Vulnerability as the Way of Christ


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Vulnerability as the Way of Christ

June 19, 2013

I recently created this Pecha Kucha to help explain how I see Mimetic Theory and the Theology of Disability combine to help demonstrate how we know Christ through vulnerability.  You may ask what a Pecha Kucha is, and that is a good question.  It is a Japanese term for a simple presentation format where you show 20 images, each for 20 seconds. The images advance automatically and you talk along to the images, thus it is a perfect way to have many presenters without going on and on.  Of course I am sharing this via the internet, for the other purpose of Pecha Kucha is to intrigue people about the presenter.  I hope you are interested in the ideas or at least intrigued and thus connect with me through Open Gathering, Dmergent, the FB, or Twitter to keep the conversation going.  So you will need 6 minutes and 40 seconds (well a little longer as we included an intro screen).  There is a navigation element if you need it as well.  You will also need Flash.

I hope this raises more questions, so we can together be vulnerable and find the Christ together.  Just click on the image below to start the Pecha Kucha…

Vulnerability as way of Christ

 

 

 

 

 

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About Rev. J.C. Mitchell

Pastor, Husband, Father, Theologian, & Motorcyclist. Reads Rene Girard to Baxter Black and everything in between. Theology of disability, non-violent atonement, & the open road are of great interest. Mimetic & Narrative Theories are two respective theories that work throughout his work. Strong dark roast coffee is a wonderful reality God gave us through dancing goats, which JC greatly appreciates. Will work for black licorice.

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