A Theology of Conversation – A Reading List

April 5, 2018


This week, I’ve been revising the theology chapter of my forthcoming book on conversation, HOW THE BODY OF CHRIST TALKS (Brazos Press, 2019), and getting ready for some upcoming events that I will be doing on conversation.


Here’s a list of books that have played a vital role in shaping the theology of my work on conversation.

By ERB Editor C. Christopher Smith


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Jurgen Moltmann

Humans are created in the image of the Triune God, and we are created to live in community as God is in community, a community that is characterized by freedom and openness. Moltmann’s reading of the Trinity has been especially helpful in articulating WHY conversation is so important for God’s people.

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