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Keeping the Word
Bill Wylie-Kellermann is a United Methodist pastor who has served city parishes in Detroit, Michigan, and is currently Director of Graduate Theological Urban Studies for the Seminary Consortium for Urban Pastoral Education of Chicago, Illinois. A graduate of Union Theological Seminary in New York City, he is also a frequent contributor to Sojourners and The Other Side , often on topics framed biblically by "the principalities and powers."
He is author of Seasons of Faith and Conscience (Orbis) which explores the biblical and theological bases for non-violent resistance and "liturgical direct action" and has edited an anthology, A Keeper of the Word: Selected Writings of William Stringfellow (Eerdmans).
Recently he has help create Word and World , a floating movement school for faith-grounded activists. He lives in Detroit with his partner, Jeanie Wylie-Kellermann (former editor/publisher of The Witness ), and their daughters, Lydia and Lucy. The Wylie-Kellermanns maintain an occasional online Journal on their life and ministry on thewitness.org for friends around the world to read. Bill may be reached by email at email@example.com .
Winter 2005: Another Way
Fall 2004: Election Day and Resurrection
Spring 2004: One in Death and Life
Fall 2003: The Shalom of the City
Summer 2003: Unholy Alliances: John Wesley and the Global Economy
Spring 2003: Be Not Awed
Summer 2002: Word and World: A "People's School" of Discipleship
Winter 2001-02: First Sunday of Advent