We often prioritize the importance of academic learning and knowledge and the hierarchy of the written word. Do these values align with the core value that "the unity of believers in Christ is reflected in the rich diversity of the church's membership [F-1.0403]" where different ways of knowing and embodied learning might also be valued?
Join Kate Trigger Duffert, Office of the General Assembly and Marissa Galvan Valle, Presbyterian Publishing Corporation, a ruling elder and the pastor of Beechmont Presbyterian Church, Louisville, Kentucky as we explore the transformational imagination of our embodied values.
We can seek to create more equitable and inclusive systems and spaces that embrace multiple ways of knowing and learning and foster a sense of belonging highlighted in the Foundations of Presbyterian Polity, F-1.04.
We would love to have your insights and reflections about how embodied knowledge may or may not be utilized in your context.
A short survey can be found here: https://forms.office.com/r/gDUiLx8WMr
Thank you for taking time to respond after listening to this podcast. Have a great day!