After the turkey… after the shopping… plug your brain back in and read/listen to some challenging work.
As James K.A. Smith would say in his book, Desiring the Kingdom, everything calls for allegiance. All of life has liturgies all around. Which liturgy will call out for our allegiance and we will respond? We are in the thick of political season in the U.S. Let’s face it, as long as there is aContinue reading “Immigrants and Strangers”
Liturgical Theology, by Simon Chan. Desiring the Kingdom, by James K.A. Smith. No links. I’m not making money. These books are powerful and needed.
I am currently working my way through James K.A. Smith’s book, Desiring the Kingdom. Great writer! His analysis is that we all participate in liturgy. Every one of us. Saint, sinner. Believer, unbeliever. We have our liturgies and they form us. His analysis is very similar to that of Dallas Willard, who would say thatContinue reading “The Liturgies of Our Lives”