Michael R. Bartley

The Phrase, “Listening to the Unheard Voice” if I take Jame’s commitment that he wants to make to anthropology serious should not begin with the out there divine voice but may that intimate personal voice of the human-self and the human-other in the person of the Victim Christ!

It is at this point that I have to admit that, as one trained in anthrology that I am having struggles seeing what Jame’s is calling “anthropology.” If all he is referring to the referential constructions about communication as well as formation I suspect he is talking more about pedagogy and how it is that people learn. I will continue to hold on looking for what he means when he says anthropology.