Ray Anderson on theology and the practice of ministry

I've thought a lot about how incarnational Trinitarian theology informs and forms the practice of pastoral ministry. One of the primary theologians who has shaped my thinking in this area is Ray Anderson. I am grateful that I had the opportunity to hear Ray lecture several years ago. Sadly, he is no longer with us, but his books remain---click here for a review on this blog of one of his books. Here is a short video in which he adresses his perspective on theology and the practice of pastoral ministry (at https://youtu.be/aq7clx7r5aw).


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