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steve taylor

Good stuff jonny. I wrote a book called Built for Change in 2016, that examines innovation and theological education. It includes multiple faith-based innovation stories from downunder (Australia and New Zealand), which I engage through the lens of Jesus the innovator and tradition as a . I'm currently blogging also a series of talks I did over a recent Education for innovation weekend. starting here -http://www.emergentkiwi.org.nz/archive/christ-based-innovation/ and continuing over next few weeks. We've been working with folk from University and gov't departments, exploring Christ-based innovation as a lens to train and frame our mission,

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