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Todd Johnson

Todd E. Johnson (Ph.D. University of Notre Dame) currently holds the Brehm Chair of Worship, Theology, and the Arts at Fuller Theological Seminary and is the Theological Director of the Brehm Center for Worship, Theology and the Arts. As a faculty member for the Center for Advanced Theological Studies, he began the PhD concentration in Christian Worship. Before coming to Fuller, he served on the faculties of North Park Theological Seminary and Loyola University Chicago. Ordained in the Evangelical Covenant Church, he has 20 years of experience in church and campus ministry and has been involved in inner-city youth work and community projects in Chicago and the surrounding area. Johnson is coauthor of Living Worship: A Multimedia Resource for Students and Leaders (2010) and Performing the Sacred: Theology and Theatre in Dialogue (2009), coeditor of Common Worship in Theological Education (2010), and editor of The Conviction of Things Not Seen: Worship and Ministry in the 21st Century (2002). He is a vice president of the Liturgical Conference and serves as an editorial board member for Questions Liturgique. He is also the recipient of grants to develop pedagogical resources for teaching theology and worship, including interactive software and web apps.



Urban Exegesis: Exploring the Theology of a City

Using New York City as an example, we will explore how one discerns the charism of a city. In particular, how does a city express the humanity of its residents, and how it expresses it relationship to the transcendent and divine. This workshop will focus primarily on the physical environment of a city, but will also explore the human element of the city.


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