Maybe it’s just me, but I didn’t see a whole lot of new stuff going on this week. And I surely don’t want to post anything about the new pope, because who cares! (Just kidding. Sort of.)
- Ed Cyzewski at In.A.Mirror.Dimly wrote a post entitled, “Unity As Intellectual Uniformity is Impossible.”
If I’ve made one huge, colossal mistake over the years, it’s the expectation that the right theology can fix everything. That’s where so many evangelical and progressive reform movements fall off the tracks.
- Kester Brewin will be coming out with a new book shortly called After Magic, which actually looks pretty fantastic:
What follows is a journey through the work of artists like Shakespeare and Christopher Nolan in the hope that we can explore something of what they have unearthed of our humanity, and thereby uncover a faithful re-reading of Christianity that follows their moves ‘beyond super-nature’ to something far, far greater.
- I mentioned this last week, but Rob Bell’s new book, What We Talk About When We Talk About God, came out this week. He did a live talk on the book on Tuesday.
- This was back in early February but I somehow missed it. The xx performed at the NPR Tiny Desk Concert Series!