The article furthered an epistemology of facilitation. It was created through bringing into
focus broad movements in Julian Müller’s theoretical academic development. Rather
than explaining at length the epistemological concepts characterising Müller’s theoretical
development – rightly because of the importance of narrative in Julian Müller’s work – the
article sought to link a social psychological dimension of both Müller and the author to these
concepts. Resulting from Müller’s work, the author regarded a narrative approach, social
constructionism and postfoundationalism as important epistemological conversational
partners in practical theological facilitation.