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League of Inveterate Poets

The out-of-context contextuality of a foolish sage

Audio Interview with John Franke

| October 3, 2009

This entry is part of a series, Manifold Witness by John Franke» Hoping to put up another of my chapter-by-chapter interactions with Manifold Witness: The Plurality of Truth later today. In the meantime, I ran across a podcast interview with author John Franke about the book. Entries in this series:John Franke’s Manifold Witness: Chapter 1Manifold […]

Shout Out to My Wife from Top Blogger Jim West

| September 30, 2009

A quick congratulations to my wife for being recognized in a special post by Dr. Jim West on his blog. According to Biblioblog Top 50, Dr. West’s blog is month-in-month-out the most read and linked-to blog in the world of biblical studies blogging (biblioblogging, as they call it). Dr. West came upon my wife’s biblioblog […]

John Franke’s Manifold Witness: Chapter 1

| September 23, 2009

This entry is part of a series, Manifold Witness by John Franke» I’m beginning a series of posts that will interact with the new book by John Franke, Manifold Witness: The Plurality of Truth. John Franke is The Lester and Kay Clemens Professor of Missional Theology at Biblical Seminary in Hatfield, PA. He is the […]

David Bazan Finds It Hard to Be…Or Not to Be

| September 12, 2009

Image by bradsearles via Flickr The first part of my review of David Bazan’s new album Curse Your Branches has been published by Precipice Magazine online (http://www.precipicemagazine.com/). Read it here.

Metaphor: The Indivisibility of Visible and Invisible

| June 6, 2009

Cover via Amazon We live in an intricate web of relationships that comprises the visible and the invisible, and so we need words that at one and the same time designate what is immediate to us via our senses and also immediate to us by faith. Ours is the world of dirt and stone, roads […]

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