Tuesday, November 01, 2005


I've been a little sick lately. My temperature is coming down. Hallucinations are fading. I'm starting to remember who I am. Food has slight appeal now. I should be back soon. In the mean time, are there any topics or questions that you would like to see discussed in relation to jazz theology?


Blogger Pete Gall said...

I would enjoy hearing about moments when you encounter jazz. I have a hard time with terms, but I have a pretty decent ear. Play something for me.

12:48 PM  
Blogger :: jane :: said...

maybe you have some thoughts on the difference between "christianity" and "churchianity." as we transition into a postmodern world, will there be room for those who hold that "church" isn't just a buiding, a place to go one or two days a week, to hear a sermon, sing some songs, write a check and go home. but "church" might be about the essentials of christian living - community, study, prayer, worship, giving and service - and be completely extra-congregational. is there room for the "post-congregationalist"? or is that person just an unchurched slacker?

completely hypothetical here, of course... ;-)

4:49 PM  
Blogger Phil said...

JazzTheo exposits Cornel West....on whatever topic....

7:17 PM  
Blogger Constantine said...


Though I've been largely absent by way of comments for quite some time now, I continue to frequent your Blog out of curiosity to peer in on your theological ruminating. I find it to be quite the postmodern exercise. Truth be told, I catch myself a little off balance when I read your musings, and I'm never quite sure how to respond, so I don't.

In light of your theological method how do you define or understand the idea of Hell? Same for soteriology.

12:38 AM  
Blogger jazztheo said...

Thank you one, thank you all. You have given me much to work on. Mr. Gall--jazz encounters.

Digital Jane--"Christianity," " Churchianity" and "post-congregationalism"...I like those a lot.

Phil--Cornel West...how can one go wrong...I have some ideas, any suggestions?

Welcome back C--How does Jazz Theology interact with classic theology

You all are awesome, thanks for the help. I will seek to incorporate your ideas in future posts.

8:34 PM  

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