Christian Worship for Brains on a Stick

From Center for Christian Thought Studio Interviews

Much of modern Christian worship cuts out human embodied life, reducing worship to information (beliefs, doctrines, or propositional truths), rather than something for the whole person, both intellectual and emotional and embodied. James K.A. Smith, Betsy Barber, and Todd Pickett in a CCT Conversation on Embodied Spirituality: Exploring Christian Spiritual Formation.

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  • James K.A. Smith

    • Professor of Philosophy
  • Betsy A Barber  

    • Associate Professor of Spirituality and Psychology
    • Director, Center for Spiritual Renewal
    • Associate Director, Institute for Spiritual Formation
  • Todd Pickett  

    • Dean of Spiritual Life

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