Sunday, November 20, 2005


When I first started Laura's Writings back in August 2004, it was designed as a blog for longer, more thoughtful writings. In January 2005, I (being a generally web-inept person) messed up my daily blog (Laura's Mind) making it impossible to post. Lately, I have felt a need to create a more focused blog, especially with a Master of Theology starting Spring 2006. So, I decided to start Who in the world are we? as a place to think about ecclesiology and anthropology. In this space I'll ponder what it means for Christians to be human and the people of God--and if the shape of the church is inherent in God's original intent for humanity.

So here it is. If you are interested in ecclesiology and/or anthropology, I invite you to join the conversation.

1 comment:

  1. Laura, Your abstract "The theology of church in Paul's letter to the Ephesians" caught my eye. I have a few questions. I know this is from last November but perhaps I could get you to think about it again? I started making notes but they soon turned to opinions and questions. I think you might be interested. Then again, maybe not. If you are please e-mail me at:

    Thank you.