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I’m giving a “professional development” talk at work tomorrow. Here’s my content: I really hope things blend together well . . .
One of my “best moments” in 2018 was the opportunity I had in the summer to “hang out” with James K. A. Smith for a while. Not long, mind you, as there were a few dozen other people at Laity … Continue reading
As the year comes to an end, I find myself with a short stack of articles and essays that I never quite got around to writing about here. One of them was yesterday’s question of religious language through Jonathan Merritt’s … Continue reading
Today many Christians around the world spent time reflecting on the life of John the Evangelist, the apostle who penned a gospel and three letters found in the New Testament. John is a fascinating figure on multiple levels, particularly with … Continue reading
One thing I’m trying to do a little more of as I get older is to establish some set “reading patterns” for different parts of the year. Holidays are often geared that way, of course. Then you work in classics … Continue reading
In yesterday’s post I mentioned some words and phrases that I’d been mulling over a little bit but hoped to mull over more this holiday weekend. I think I’d like to start with the thread of imagination. Somewhere along the … Continue reading