Flash Mob Kingdom: Reflections on Jesus’s claim to bring “not peace but division”, and how flash mobs call us to the kingdom.
Reflections on John 11:32-44, delivered at Our Lady of Guadalupe Episcopal Church. ******* I would have stayed in the tomb. In the Middle East, it’s hot. Which means decomposition sets in quick, and the stench of that rotting process is heavy in the air. So if I had been four days in a tomb, in the […]
In case you missed it, last week The Seattle School posted this piece I wrote on story and theology. Head over there to read it in honor of Theological Libraries Month! http://theseattleschool.edu/theology-of-stories/
First, I wanted to send Patrick Rothfuss’s slim novel The Slow Regard of Silent Things to anyone who has a loved one struggling with obsessive compulsive disorder. I didn’t really realize, until about halfway through, that this would be a primary and accurate way to characterize the main (and only human) figure in the novel. Auri lives under a […]