I just finished Shane Claiborne’s Irresistible Revolution,” which is the first assignment for the class I am teacher’s aid for and I thought it was a fantastic read. In fact, if you’ve got nothing better to do in the next thirty minuets go out and pick up this book. I rarely tell anyone to buyContinue reading “An Ordinary Revolution You Probably Shouldn’t Miss”
Yesterday I started class. Now it’s official, I have been a doctoral student for 1 day, and at the moment I am still pretty excited about this new adventure (and also unsure, I must confess). I am taking a class with Dr. Nancey Murphy where we will be studying the Catholic philosopher Alasdair MacIntyre.
This was cross-posted over on Ryan Bolger’s class blog, which I wanted to announce anyway. If you’re interested in seeing what we’ll be up to this quarter jump on over there and check it out. I am looking forward to the class I am a teacher’s assistant for “Transforming Contemporary Cultures.”
Nik, top notched web-designer from Scary Little Monkey, has created a smplr. A simple homepage search engine that sends queries to google.
Awhile back I visited a nearby Quaker meeting with Robin and Chris while they were in town. It was my first experience in an unprogrammed meeting and I really appreciated my experience there and it got me thinking more about queries. One thing I have always loved about Quaker practice are the use of queries,Continue reading “Some (Borrowed) Quaker Queries on Simplicity”
The Daily Scribe has grown out of it’s wordpress skin and so things a getting changed around a bit over at the top religious aggregator site on the web, so go by and check out some of the changes.
My last post about Jim Wallis’ new blog has generated an important discussion that’s got me thinking not only about the leaders we support but also what things about those leaders we support and where we draw the line (this post may not make a lot of sense unless you’ve at least looked those commentsContinue reading “Moving Our Conversations Beyond Just Talk: Affirming Practices in Others”
I’ve liked the stuff that Sojourners has been putting out as long as I have known about them, they focus on many issues that face the church from a position that tries to bring together conservative and liberal Christianity. This has been something Jim Wallis has focused on repeatedly, with his newest book, and inContinue reading
This morning I came over to Fuller’s Coffee Shop, made myself a mug of Cafe’ au Lait, plugged in my iPod and am listening to Starflyer 59’s new album, My Island. I’ve cracked open mywebsite code, uploaded the bleeding-edge version of Subtle, and am doing a few little things here and there to tidy thingsContinue reading “Live Update – Now Finished”
This week has been a busy one for me, I had a bunch of homework to turn in today but I always have a little time to browse a few blogs. Here are some noteworthy posts for the week…