N. T. Wright and a Hermeneutic of Love

Really enjoying N. T. Wright’s The New Testament and the People of God. After pages of talking about epistemology (“how do you know what we know”) specifically as it applies to reading something, he got to this section, which I thought was worth posting here to chew on:

I suggest, then, that the epistemology which I outlined . . . → Read More: N. T. Wright and a Hermeneutic of Love

What I’m Reading Now and Why

As some of you know, I’m constantly reading multiple books simultaneously. For better or for worse, I find that this keeps my brain moving and interacting with new ideas and ways of thinking. In some ways, it means I have a short attention span, yet in other ways, it means I’m thirsty to learn new things. . . . → Read More: What I’m Reading Now and Why