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League of Inveterate Poets

The out-of-context contextuality of a foolish sage

The Sacramentality of Food: Food as Story

| May 21, 2009

One of my favorite bloggers is back in action. My dear friend Joel Garver has returned to blogging at Sacra Doctrina after a hiatus stretching back to last September. Joel has done enough of these (and his blog is still well-followed by many) that in our corner of the Web, to disappear from blogging for […]

The Wisdom of Seth

| April 29, 2009

Just passing on to you a recommendation for one of my few “must-read-every-day” blogs: Seth Godin’s Blog. Seth describes himself as “a bestselling author, entrepreneur and agent of change.” He has authored a number of bestselling books, including All Marketers Are Liars: The Power of Telling Authentic Stories in a Low-Trust World and his latest Permission […]

Resurrection Day (of a Blogging Friend)

| April 12, 2009

On this Resurrection Day (Easter, to those who prefer gods with long ears made out of chocolate), I want to welcome the resurrection of one of my favorite blogs: Sibboleth by my dear friend, Fuller Seminary professor J. R. Daniel Kirk. He is just back online after a Lenten Internet fast. Daniel is one of […]

I Like What Chris Likes

| February 25, 2009

[WARNING: Vain and perhaps foolish attempt ahead to try to justify promoting a friend’s blog as a worthy post given the theme and focus of his blog.] I like What Chris Likes. Chris Martin (no, not that Chris Martin, let’s get that out of the way) was one of our housemates in Philadelphia for all […]

Self-Referential Melville? (Or The Novelist’s Hallelujah)

| February 24, 2009

From Moby Dick [in reference to the sperm whale’s supposed lack of a voice]: “ Seldom have I known any profound being that had anything to say to this world, unless forced to stammer out something by way of getting a living. Oh! happy that the world is such an excellent listener!” What do you […]

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