I hope you enjoy your time here. The defining ethos for this site revolves around the Christian story and how it plays in the world. My interest is in what can be called God’s two books, the Bible, and nature and how they interact with each other. Specifically, this means thoughtful and engaging comments around ecclesiology. biblical studies, birding, and maybe even the occasional thing on (good) coffee.
I want to pick up from my last post and consider an implication and approach to ecclesiology that differs somewhat from what is often presented. As I continue to wrestle with questions about... READ MORE
In the preface to the 2006 edition of Recovering Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, Ligon Duncan has a most telling comment. Pagan ideas underlie evangelical egalitarianism, based, as it is, on ideas borrowed from... READ MORE
Reading While Black by Esau McCaulley is a fascinating and compelling book that offers readers a glimpse into what it means and has meant to read the Bible in the ‘Black Ecclesial Tradition.’... READ MORE