Kester Brewin is a part-time teacher, freelance writer and author. His first book ‘The Complex Christ’ was hailed as one of the most important texts on the emerging church movement, and ‘Other: Loving Self, God and Neighbour in a World of Fractures’ has been variously described by Phyllis Tickle as ‘a brilliant work, illuminating with reverence and care the paradox that is faith’ and ‘a work of rare beauty’ by Peter Rollins.
Kester recently self-published his latest book ‘Mutiny! Why We Love Pirates, And How They Can Save Us’.
Recorded at Greenbelt 2012: Jerusalem, 25 Aug 2012, 6.30pm
Recorded at Greenbelt 2010: 19.30 Friday, Hebron
Recorded at Greenbelt 2010: 19.00 Saturday, Galilee
Recorded at Greenbelt 2009: 11:15 Monday, Jerusalem