This paper builds on Frances Young’s suggestion that people with profound intellectual disability have a prophetic vocation. It explores the idea of vocation using the experience of intellectual disability as a critical hermeneutic that brings to the fore a perspective that views vocation as something that includes all of the Body of Christ and not just the head. The intention is to offer a different more theologically and practically inclusive perspective on vocation that might enable us to create communities where each member's vocation was valued and enabled.
|Number of pages||12|
|Early online date||4 Jul 2020|
|Publication status||Published - 4 Jul 2020|
- intellectual disability
- practical theology
- knowledge of God
- vocation, intellectual disability, disability, practical theology, knowledge of God, discipleship