These are all the drawings I did during and for the Deep in the Burbs project. View all the posts tagged “sketches” and “video.”
This is a quick sketch I did after a conversation I had with my Dad about asking good questions.
Plausibility Structures from Foolishness to the Greeks
This sketch depicts how it was necessary for the Word to become a man in order to connect to our lived experience and category of man. Otherwise, God would be perpetually invisible and unknowable to our conscious minds.
This is a compilation of the notes I took in Van Gelder’s class “Congregational Leadership”
Dr. Gary Simpson and Dr. Mary Hess facilitated a discussion about frames in the class Gospel and Cultures
These are notes from a presentation that a classmate gave on Mitchell’s book, Media Violence and Christian Ethics
Dr. Gary Simpson offered this lecture on various frames for Christian Ethics
A sketch of Kegan’s 5 Orders of Consciousness analogous to geometrical nodes.
Part Two of Dorothy Butler Bass’ presentation at the Festival of Homiletics in Minneapolis, May 2011.
Part One of Dorothy Butler Bass’ presentation at the Festival of Homiletics in Minneapolis, May 2011.
The Five Great Traditions in the West as described by Richard Niebuhr in Christ and Culture. This illustration came from a presentation given by Dr. Gary Simpson.
fig. 2: An integrated, holistic, missional view of the relationship between the Kingdom of Heaven that is in, with, under, against, and for the host culture, mediated and incarnated by the church in the power of the Holy Spirit as a prophetic partner to the proletpic promise of God’s Kingdom.
fig. 1: An oppositonal, antagonistic, and dualistic view of the the relationship between the Kingdom of Heaven and the Kingdom of the World.
These are the class notes from Gospel and Cultures when we discussed the book Converging on Culture
This is a really rough sketch in which I’m trying to place four different matrixes to see if there is any correlation. I’m not sure if this will go anywhere.
this is a sketch I did early on in the planning phases of the project.
Toward a Missional Spirituality in the Suburbs