Dry Bones, at Patheos
These are just some comments and thoughts on being a Christian in the 21st century.
I echo the prophet Ezekiel’s humble response to God’s question: “Can these dry bones live?”
“You alone know, O Lord.”
Life is God’s business.
Meanwhile, I stand in the valley and look around.
[Sometimes I get a little obsessed with stuff. When I get obsessed, I can gnaw on something for a long time. When I gnaw on something for a long time, I write many posts about it. When I write many posts about something, people get lost. When people get lost, they need a map. These are maps.]
ENGLISH SPIRITUALITY: The Homely Way (Reflections on Martin Thornton’s English Spirituality)
Life in the Spirit: A Personal Search for a 21st-century Filling of the Holy Spirit
Trinitarian Spirituality: Reflections on Retrieving Nicaea: The Development and Meaning of Trinitarian Doctrine, by Khaled Anatolios