Pastoral Psychol (2018) 67:113–114 https://doi.org/10.1007/s11089-018-0806-4 1 2 Nathan Carlin & Robert C. Dykstra Published online: 24 February 2018 Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, part of Springer Nature 2018 Lewis Rambo, in his generosity, has continued to make space for papers written by participants in the Group for New Directions in Pastoral Theology; we remain indebted to him. Papers from previous conferences have been published in Pastoral Psychology in December 2010, June 2011, August 2012, October 2013, December 2014, October 2015, October 2016, and December 2016. This group has provided a venue for rigorous academic engagement as well as a space for regular fellowship and friendship among scholars in pastoral theology at various stages of their careers, including graduate students and retired professors. The papers in this issue are from a gathering of the Group for New Directions in Pastoral Theology that met in Princeton, New Jersey, October 5–7, 2016. The theme for the gathering was BTears, Terror, and Wonder: Facing the Anxieties of Everyday Life.^ It should be noted that there are fewer papers represented in this issue than were presented at the conference. This is because attendees are not required to write on the conference theme and so some
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