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Varieties of Personal Theology

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Through fascinating in-depth interviews and surveys, David Gortner looks specifically at 'emerging adults' (aged 18-25) as young theologians who, regardless of religious background, wrestle with fundamental questions of place, purpose, ultimate cause and ultimate aims in life. This book reveals how American young adults are active theologians forging diverse ways of seeing ...more
Kindle Edition, 364 pages
Published July 28th 2013 by Ashgate (first published January 1st 2013)
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University of Chicago Magazine
David Gortner, PhD'04

From Dialogo (Spring–Summer/14): "Working from the premise that all human beings are folk theologians, David Gortner, PhD’04 (Psychology), through interviews and surveys, regards 18- to 25-year-olds as young theologians who wrestle with fundamental questions of place, purpose, and ultimate aims in life regardless of religious background. Gortner is the director of the Doctor of Ministry programs and professor of evangelism and congregational studies at Virginia Theolog
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