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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Jean Vanier


So much wisdom here from Vanier’s decades of life in the L’Arche communities, about what it means to be present to and in community with others.



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