#30 – Jesus for President by Shane Claiborne and Chris Haw (My 100 Favorite Books)

If you want to start a fight, talk about religion.  Or politics.  OR BOTH! For much of my adult life, I've wrestled with what it looks like to apply my faith to public life.  This especially becomes a question during election season, when some Christians speak as if the entire fate of the world rests … Continue reading #30 – Jesus for President by Shane Claiborne and Chris Haw (My 100 Favorite Books)

Politics, Parties, Means and Ends: A Political Post Inspired by CS Lewis (yes, politics, but its okay)

I am slowly working through God in the Dock, a collection of some of CS Lewis' essays, and a few days ago read the essay "Meditation on the Third Commandment."  In this essay, Lewis discusses the desirability of a Christian political party.  I'm not sure if this was something people wanted in mid-century Britain, but … Continue reading Politics, Parties, Means and Ends: A Political Post Inspired by CS Lewis (yes, politics, but its okay)

Kings, Presidents and God (On Campus at PSU Berks)

Last night on campus we talked about God and government, politics and presidential elections. This semester at CSF our theme for Bible study is the story of scripture.  My hope is that the students will understand the grand, over-arching narrative of the Bible.  Back in early September we began with creation and fall.  Then we … Continue reading Kings, Presidents and God (On Campus at PSU Berks)

Books, Parenting, Vaccines and Some Politics (Recent Reads)

What Kind of Book Reader Are You? Do you start a book, read it straight through, then move on to another?  Do you just have books around because you like how they look, but you don't really read them?  Do you only read at bed-time?    Do you hate to read?  This fun article helps … Continue reading Books, Parenting, Vaccines and Some Politics (Recent Reads)