It’s been a while since I gave over an entire post to who I’ve been reading online lately. This one’s got seven of the best — all of them doing what they do best!
- Slavoj Zizek offers a provocative Marxist reading of who’s really to blame for the Gulf of Mexico oilspill disaster
- Richard Hays ‘waxes narratival’ (if anyone can do it, it’s Hays!) about God’s reconciliation of the world in Christ from 2 Corinthians 5.
- Tim Keller extensively documents the case for Redeemer’s integrated approach to urban ministry, Christ-centred preaching, cultural renewal, and church planting.
- Christopher J. H. Wright tackles the often-overlooked problem of the righteous rich in the Old Testament.
- Dan talks about something apparently mundane — germinating seeds on top of his fridge — in tones of such rapt wonder that you can’t help wanting to germinate your own seeds too!
- John explains how to pick good sermon title (and so avoid sabotaging your preaching at the most basic level).
- Alison wraps up her moving series of three reflections on reconciliation, land and place in Australia