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My new daily routine involves a lunchtime swim, usually with my friend Karyn. It’s a really fun way to take a break in the middle of the day, to forget all about the complexities of the Greek verbal system or the dullness of first century Hellenistic religion and philosophy. Today as we were making our way up the pool (Karyn rather more rapidly than I), she enquired whether this was a suitable location for conversational theology. Since we had just been discussing the role of the church in social action and the impact of eschatology on one’s view of this, my answer was a rather obvious, but no less emphatic, yes!
Which made me wonder where else one can do conversational theology?
On a train or on a plane;
In the car or at a bar;
Over dinner or even in a swimming pool.
After church or after work;
On the phone or in your home;
On the net or as you get your summer tan.
Where do you do it? Leave a comment and let others know.