The characteristic Anglican way of living with a constant dynamic interplay of Scripture, tradition and reason means that the mind of God has constantly to be discerned afresh, not only in every age, but in each and every context.Virginia Report 3.11
The resources produced by the hubs will provide a range of materials, diverse in topic and focused on mission, to enable the formation of conversations. This will include pre-conversation materials to aid dioceses in their preparations. These resources will be published as online material, workbooks, and other publications. The Hubs will produce both theological and process resources.Theological Resources - Resource Hubs will seek to engage theologians in discussing and developing the consensus model in terms which are Anglican. Their geographic diversity will enable a diversity of cultural perspectives to enliven and enrich the process. It is hoped that this will ensure that the process is not dominated by any one cultural identity. (More information on the Anglican Way is available here).
Process Resources - Process resources will be developed to offer materials on how the conversation will work on a practical level. This will include reflections on cultural context with a view to what makes it a Christian process.
Please use the criteria below to explore the resources produced by the hubs.
Author: Ven. Dr. Ndung�u Ikenye Date Added: Apr-10 Keywords: Agikuyu, Kikuyu, community, elders, debate,
A Kikuyu System for Conversation and Healing of Community
Author: Dr. Zebedi A. Muga Date Added: Apr-10 Keywords: Pentateuch, Biblical, studies, Old Testament, conflict, resolution,
Aspects of Pentateuchal Indaba and resolutions from selected readings.
Author: Rev. Dr. Sammy Githuku Date Added: Apr-10 Keywords: conflict, African, Spirituality, resolution,
Human blood is heavy, and hinders the one who has shed it from fleeing
Author: Rev John Mark Oduor Date Added: Apr-10 Keywords: conflict, resolution, African, Spirituality, drums, drumbeat, Luo, Baraza,
The Luo drumbeat for the Baraza model
Author: Rev. Philip Agik Date Added: Apr-10 Keywords: Cultural, heremenutics, conflict, resolution,
Its Implications on Conflict Resolution- Some Insight for the Indaba Consultation
Author: Rev. Dr. Emily Awino Onyango Date Added: Apr-10 Keywords: Biblical, studies, Old Testament, Hager, Sarah,
A study of the encounter between Hagar and Sarah
Author: Rev C B Peter Date Added: Apr-10 Keywords: Biblical, studies, Old Testament, new, conflict, resolution,
Biblical Models for Conflict Resolution
Author: Rev Robinson Kariuki Mwangi Date Added: Apr-10 Keywords: money, Biblical, bible, Paul,
A paradigm for church partnership in the 21st century
Author: Ian T. Douglas Date Added: Jan-09 Keywords: Lambeth, Conference, Mission, Indaba, hope, solutions,
Ian T. Douglas, a member of the design group, reflects on the Missiological imperatives, process, content and implications of Indaba at the 2008 Lambeth Conference. He draws out positive and negative reflections from both the Bishops present and those who did not attend and concludes that although issues were not solved relationships were strengthened and mutual hope for a way forward identified.
Author: Mark Oxbrow Mark Oxbrow Date Added: Jan-09 Keywords: Lambeth, Conference, Mission, GAFCON, hope,
Mark Oxbrow looks at Missional Anglicanism in the light of GAFCON and Lambeth 2008 and sees rays of hope for the Anglican Communion.
Author: Archbishop Thabo Makgoba Date Added: Jul-08 Keywords: Lambeth, Conference, African, tradition,
These reflections on Indaba were initiated by The Most Rev Thabo Makgoba, Archbishop of Cape Town and a member of the Lambeth Conference Design Group. The reflections consider the relationship between Indaba in the African tradition and the expectations for the Lambeth Conference.
Author: Bishop Ebenezar Ntlali Bishop Ebenezar Ntlali Bishop Ebenezar Ntlali Date Added: Jul-10 Keywords: Indaba, Ubuntu, council,
Bishop Ebenezar explains the context of Indaba and Ubuntu and how they might be used and adapted for God's mission in the church.
Author: Rt Rev Alfred C. Reid Date Added: Jul-10 Keywords: Conference,
Bishop Reid welcomed the delegates to the fourteenth Anglican Consultative Council inviting all to work together to intentionally to overcome the tendency to become isolated, insular and introverted.