Seriously Good Conversations

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Here are a few from this week:
Greg Boyd’s ‘What’s Up With Nephilim?’
Jim Wallis’ ‘Two Firsts’
Brian McLaren’s ‘Note to critics and self’
the church and postmodern culture’s ‘A Gadamarian Critique of Hirsch’s Meaning/Significance Distinction, by Cynthia R. Nielsen’ and ‘Guess on Rorty: Pragmatism and (as?) Americanism’
Fernando Gros’ ‘Attention, Distraction And Interruption’
The TED Blog’s ‘The worldwide web of belief and ritual’
Doug Shaver’s ‘Can Reliable Knowledge Be Produced Outside Science?’
Also, a few months ago I blogged about a book by Parker J Palmer entitled, Let Your Life Speak. I am so happy to see that Palmer is getting around as Josh Brown just put this post up on his experience with the book. If you have not checked it out yet, please do yourself a favor!!
Enjoy this week’s stuff.
jc

2 thoughts on “Seriously Good Conversations

  1. …have some amazing stories about Palmer’s book
    …glad to see you mentioned it again
    …how’s the move coming?
    …prayers continuing

  2. …have some amazing stories concerning Palmer’s book
    …glad to see you mentioned it again
    …needs to be read…and re-read
    …how’s the move coming?
    …prayers continuing
    …looking forward to future phone conversations

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