Evidently The Ex-Reverend found yesterday’s lunch conversation worthy of reflection. For those who know Greg it may come as a shock that he is not really pining to pound the Church and Christians at every turn. But, he is not letting the Church or Christians off the hook easy … Continue readingRead More
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Over lunch today my friend The Ex-Reverend noted that he would ask Christian churches not having worship on Sunday, “Why?”
I found this an interesting question. And, it demonstrates a genuine interest in understanding. So many think the motive is always to undermine and undercut Christianity, Christians, and “the … Continue readingRead More
Labels. I recall strolling the streets of Barcelona with a group of pastors. One member of our group and I were locked into a conversation about labels. One aspect of our gathering was to talk about the idea of “multi-affinity” churches. In some sense, those churches who may be … Continue readingRead More
I recently returned to Ethics As Grammar. David Fitch recommended I read Kallenberg to access Wittgenstein via Hauerwas. How is that for a project?
My interest derives from my friendship with The Ex-Reverend. Language, vocabulary in particular, forms much of the critical evaluation offered by The Ex-Reverend. Kallenberg … Continue readingRead More