Natalie and I are about to jet off to New York, the UK and Rome for 5 weeks — it’s quite a prospect for two people thoroughly soaked in Hollywood’s glamorisation and contemporary critiques of empire! But we’ve got a couple of conferences to attend, friends and relatives to visit, and lots of God’s good creation to take in.
Blogging may become a little intermittent (just a warning).
Until regular transmissions resume, I hope to post the last instalment of my series on creation stewardship as well as a serialised version of a sermon I preached a while ago as John the Baptist (by way of preparation for Easter). In parallel with this, Natalie will be sharing more of her reflections on disability and theology.
You might also want to check out what’s happening on some other blogs:
- Andrew continues his campaign to be the most controversial Sydney Anglican by posting a critical review of the much-touted The Trellis and The Vine (in three parts — one, two, three).
- Dan writes in praise of small talk.
- I haven’t yet mentioned him (I was hoping to spring it on you when I reviewed his new book), but Melbournian Christian and cultural critic Mark Sayers has loads of fresh insights.
- Ben Myers draws our attention to a spate of new material from the Archbishop of Canterbury.
- Chris Guillebeau sums up how he achieved overnight success as a writer (in 279 days).