One of the distinguishing features of a public theology is the importance of currency. It is usually needing to be front and centre rather than implicit or somewhat held in reserve. That emphasis on currency is often marked by references to turns of phrase like kairos and signs of the times. In the contemporary period there is no shortage of concerns that have currency and are ripe for the praxis of a public theology. In the following collection of articles currency is manifested through the instrument or mode of doing a public theology as well as the mood or issue requiring address.