Post Tagged with: "Kester Brewin"

/ January 15, 2013 9:47 am

TPQ&A: Kester Brewin

At The Public Queue we are big fans of Kester Brewin. (He totally signed my chest!) If you are unfamiliar with Kester Brewin, allow me to provide an introduction. Brewin is a church community leader, writer and part-time teacher  Next you need to check out his some of his work. His most recent book, Mutiny! He is also a consultant for […]

/ November 30, 2012 10:25 am

A conversation between Kester Brewin, Peter Rollins, and Barry Taylor

Recently in Pasadena I had the privilege of hearing Kester Brewin, Pete Rollins and Barry Taylor discuss Brewin’s new book, “Mutiny!”. In it he discusses how the archetypes of the Pirate and Prodigal help us to understand the church and it’s future. It’s a fun conversation that frustrated some people, but ultimately it’s a great conversation to keep us thinking. […]

/ October 30, 2012 11:11 am

A Critique of Radical Theology

Under the pretence of talking about pirate theology, Peter Rollins, Kester Brewer and Barry Taylor gathered to discuss “radical theology” at Fuller this month. Rollins, in particular, analyzed the intersection between psychoanalysis and theology, arguing that Christians need to experience doubt like Jesus on the cross, asking God, the father, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” After much contrived discussion, the […]

/ June 12, 2012 9:09 am

Kester Brewin “Mutiny”

Kester Brewin is releasing a new book. Are you familiar with Kester Brewin? If not, let me tell you a few things.  Brewin is a important voice in the world of church; emerging, emergent, post-emergent, post-modern church, ecclesiology whatever word you choose to use, he is a someone you should read. He is the author of past books entitled Other and […]