Random Links 106

The Power of Dialogue
This is quite an important art these days … great questions to get the brain juices bubbling : “What habits do we need to let go of in order to have true dialogue? When does facilitation draw attention to the process or the moderator rather than furthering the inquiry? How does dialogue emerge from among a group of strangers, and what conditions are the most evocative for true inquiry? What role does individual ego play?”

the church and postmodern culture: conversation
“……offering discussions of high-profile theorists in postmodern theory and contemporary theology, for a non-specialist audience that is interested in the impact of postmodern theory for the faith and practice of the church. “ Looks good, looking forward.

Ecclesia Reformata, Semper Reformanda: The church reformed and always to be reformed (Our misused motto)
Here’s an important clarification : “Our Reformed motto, rightly understood, challenges both the conservative and the liberal impulses that characterize our diverse church today. It does not bless either preservation for preservation’s sake or change for change’s sake.”

ConsensusPolling
I wonder how much of this can work and be implemented in our context here.

Imagining the Tenth Dimension
fantastic stuff … imagination and dimensions … wow! Mind boggling!

Network Organizing: A Strategy for Building Community Engagement
steps towards change?

to-do guidelines
Ok I got some stuff to do 😛

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