iterations of faith
repeated experimental statements/variations in search for solution
an initial guess to generate successive approximations to a solution
an understanding that current formulation is temporary and contingent and will have to be revisited
"good enough for now"
good enough for now theology
good enough for now church
iteration is the act of repeating a process with the aim of approaching a desired goal, target or result.
iterations are used to describe the process of teaching or guiding students to repeat experiments, assessments, or projects, until more accurate results are found, or the student has mastered the technical skill.
theologies of incompletion
"iterative" is defined as the "process of learning and development that involves cyclical inquiry, enabling multiple opportunities for people to revisit ideas and critically reflect on their implication."
generative church futures