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It was a strange thing, reading Smith’s Awaiting the King off and on throughout “Christ the King” Sunday. Smith is taking his argument about the Christian faith’s political implications much farther than I anticipated, which has made it a good … Continue reading
I haven’t seen much in Awaiting the King (by James K. A. Smith) that deals with Rod Dreher’s “Benedict Option” aside from one or two “so-called Benedict Option” lines. So I was a little surprised to see a longer mention … Continue reading
I’m slowly making my way through James K. A. Smith’s Awaiting the King, hoping to have it read through once before Thanksgiving. It’s a good read that brings a lot of threads together (along with some nice nods to pop … Continue reading
Thanks to the kind folks at Hearts and Minds Books, I was able to get my copy of James K. A Smith’s Awaiting the King a few days before the actual release day. And so I waited for Thor:Ragnarok by … Continue reading