How the Anglican Book of Common Prayer helped me battle depression.
I graduated from seminary almost four years ago now. I still live in the city where my seminary is, and I even work full-time at the school. Because of this, … Continue reading On Going to Seminary
I have been very quiet here and at Image of Truth as of late. Honestly, the majority of the semester had me in a mental fog, and my mood matched … Continue reading So Where am I?
There have recently been several unseasonably cool days for an August in Louisville. The breeze has brought about even the slightest scent of autumn’s approach. A few stray dry leaves … Continue reading A Change of Seasons
Evangelical Christianity, as we know it, is collapsing, but perhaps this is not a bad thing. Michael Spencer’s heralding piece “The Coming Evangelical Collapse,” (published in the Christian Science Monitor) … Continue reading The Coming Evangelical Rebirth
Let he who has ears hear: Then Jesus said to the crowds and to his disciples: “The teachers of the law and the Pharisees sit in Moses’ seat. So you … Continue reading Whitewashed
So… 1. My car was robbed in my apartment complex parking lot Monday night. My front passenger side window was smashed in and my GPS stolen. 2. About two weeks … Continue reading The Defication of the World
My roommate Marty has posted an excellent article called “‘The Truth,’ Communication, and the Intellectual Achilles’ Heel” for those of us academically/intellectually-oriented Christians who may need a dose of humility … Continue reading On Communicating Truth
My friend Bryan has posted an article entitled “Luther on Translation” featuring a couple of quotes by Martin Luther on not always translating the Bible literally. To those here (particularly … Continue reading Not so Literal Luther
Some things coming up that are gathering a bit of excitement from me: I am very excited that I will get to write an example church liturgy as a project … Continue reading Exciting Updates
I think there’s a James Taylor song on the P.A. right now. I can’t be sure. His voice has changed since he has gotten older. The music here at Starbucks … Continue reading More Musings at Starbucks
I went to Reinhardt today. I walked the concrete walkways across the campus, strew with the first dusting of autumn leaves that bounced in the cool autumn breeze that whisked … Continue reading Sojourning in Georgia