Ok, so I thought I’d try something different around here. Instead of me telling you what I am reading or have read lately, I thought it might be interesting to read something together. An online book club if you will. Here’s how it would work. Step 1: Give everyone a chance to acquire the book.[…]
Mumford and Sons – Roll Away Your Stone I take it back. In my little blurb on this book a few posts back, I suggested that this wouldn’t be a very good introduction to N. T. Wright’s thinking. I was wrong. It may be the perfect book for that purpose. I read a bit and[…]
Tonight, I was engaged in one of my main roles as a pastor… teaching. And it wasn’t on any ordinary run-of-the-mill topic either. It was on the rather thorny issue of “How can a good all-powerful God exist when there is so much evil and suffering in the world?” Envying me yet? Frequently after teaching,[…]
Julie Peel – Unfold A few days ago, I mentioned that I was reading a book entitled Three Views on the New Testament Use of the Old. I’m done now and wanted to make some reflections on the book and subject. So be forewarned… boring theology talk is about to commence. I use this blog[…]
Crazy, I know! Two posts in one day. Maybe I do have a blog. Highlights from the most recent trip to Castle Bluff with high school students. Enjoy!
The Avett Brothers – Ten Thousand Words I consider myself to be an average reader. I read more books than some and less than others. The ones that I tend to gravitate towards usually have something to do with God, the church, theology and sometimes all the above. Right now, I’m in the middle of[…]