Stacker or Shelver?

When it comes to your reading place or reading chair, or reading bed, are you a stacker of books near you or do you make sure they are on shelves? [Read more...]

Saturday Book Review: Scott Waalkes

Improvising within the Fullness of Time A review of Scott Waalkes, The Fullness of Time in a Flat World: Globalization and the Liturgical Year (Eugene: Wipf & Stock, 2010). By Wes Vander Lugt This book has not received much buzz around the blogosphere, but I believe it deserves to be engaged. Also, given the fact [Read More...]

Rhetorical Leverage Removed

One of the points I have made in my King Jesus Gospel book is that the soterian gospel is a rhetorical package that seeks to move folks from a state of liminality (the sense of being loved and under God’s wrath at the same time), almost always rooted in the threat of what could happen [Read More...]

Are we in a moral decline?

Kris and I have been away for a week for Spring Break, so no Weekly Meanderings today… and I want to thank RJS for maintaining the blog … but we do have a few posts today worthy of reading and discussion. There are some who look at life and see decline; there are others who [Read More...]