July 17, 2020
In this episode, Katherine Douglass discusses her book, Creative in the Image of God: An Aesthetic Practical Theology of Young Adult Faith, in which she shares her findings on the role art plays in helping young adults encounter God, opening up new horizons for religious formation.
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Katherine M. Douglass (Katie) is an Assistant Professor of Ministry at Seattle Pacific University and an ordained minister in the PC(USA). Katie served with her husband, John, at the American Protestant Church in Bonn, Germany, before returning to doctoral studies.
Since 2013, Dr. Douglass has directed The Confirmation Project, a $1.1 million grant from the Lily Endowment Inc., that researches confirmation and equivalent practices that form disciples of Jesus Christ in five denominations through a national survey of youth, parents, and ministry leaders, as well as congregational visits. In addition to this research on Christian rites of passage, Dr. Douglass teaches courses on spirituality, the arts and Christian formation, Biblical literacy, and culturally responsive pedagogies.
Princeton Theological Seminary is thrilled to announce the 2023 launch of a Young Adult Leadership Network.
Watch or listen to recordings from the 2022 Joe R. Engle Institute of Preaching
“Preaching is one of the most important things we do as pastors. You get to challenge people’s minds and hearts, as the gospel challenges all of us.”