Professor David Taylor's interview of Bono and Eugene Peterson represents a new chapter of our common journey toward the stewardship of our culture at large.
An elder spokesman of faith, Eugene Peterson, who sees the intrinsic value of poetry at the heart of God's Word, speaks to one of the most influential cultural figures of our time, Bono of the rock band U2. Bono’s enthusiasm about this exploration of the Psalms led him to participate in an additional interview in New York City with David, in which Bono challenged all artists to dive into that sacred poetry in the Bible.
We are all makers, given our gifts by the greater Maker. David guides us, as a pastor-theologian, to look, to listen, and to taste the goodness of God in the process of our journey, our wrestling to create into the broken fissures of the world.
As the new director of Fuller’s Brehm Center, my goal is to be a leader/artist integrating theological, spiritual, and cultural formation into a "still point" in order to help facilitate these conversations of makers into the new season of faith. So I was delighted to find that these extraordinary conversations were already taking place even before I arrived at Fuller, thanks to the remarkable Brehm Center team of theologians/makers!
Come join us on this journey. Explore with us as we seek to learn and to hear the heartbeat of the Creator God who invites all of us toward stewardship of Culture Care.