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“From Tablet to Table” – A Review


Leonard Sweet’s recent release, From Tablet to Table: Where Community is Found and Identity is Formed, is a remarkable work. Len, as always, writes with an artist’s eye and a brilliant mind. I read everything Len writes and this is an exceptional addition to his collection of work. Intending to […]

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Book Review: “The Swedish Atheist, the Scuba Diver and Other Apologetic Rabbit Trails”


There is a select group of people in my life that, with a conversation over a cup of java, make me feel smarter and wiser.  Randal Rauser is one of those people.  I have had the privilege of sitting down with him on several occasions over coffee talking life, movies […]

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Review: You’re Not As Crazy As I Think


I recently read a timely and prophetic book by my friend and former professor Randal Rauser, “You’re Not As Crazy As I Think: Dialogue in a World of Loud Voices and Hardened Opinions.”  I think this book is very apropos in our currently evangelical Christian climate.  A climate where people […]

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The Post-Semester Reading Update


I thought this picture would give you a quick update on my reading over the last couple months. Because of the amount of reading I’m doing, I do not have time to blog about the specific books I have read. Therefore, this picture will have to suffice. The crazy reading […]

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Book Review: The Unhealed Wound


I have been reading The Unhealed Wound: The Church and Human Sexuality by Eugene Kennedy over the last couple of weeks and have found it quite fascinating. Speaking about the Catholic Church and it’s stance on birth control, priestly celibacy and women ordination, Kennedy, a former priest, effectively and quite […]

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