Keith lives just South of Ottawa with his wife and three children. As Manager of Organizational and Spiritual Life with Christian Horizons, he encounters countless stories of the faith journeys of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Having completed his M.A. Philosophy at the Dominican University College in Ottawa, Keith is now wrapping up his PhD in Theology with ethicist Dr. Hans Reinders at Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam. In this project he is exploring the intersection of disability theology, moral formation, and Christian service.Bio last modified July 26th, 2017.
The glories of Renaissance painting have given us an image of Jesus at odds with the Saviour who walked beside the poor and dispossessed, writes Convivium contributor Keith Dow.
Four Convivium readers whose young lives were shaped by Joshua Harris’ influential book respond to Hannah Marazzi’s interview with the author.
"There is a story of faith in Canada that we see and hear, and a story of faith in Canada that words cannot express. Mystery and revelation trace their way through every account given of the divine. Opacity and transparency similarly dance through each of our own life-stories: the words, and the bodies, upon which we are written."