Monthly Archives: March 2015

Why I’m particularly glad to be attending the Pepperdine lectures this year

I’m not a great conference attendee. This is ironic since I have for over twenty years hosted conferences. (I think this might be a requirement for lectureship directors in Churches of Christ. You know who you are). And I like … Continue reading

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On the way to an alternative proposal, a review of Spufford’s “Unapologetic”

Because my last few years have been spent reading the same books over and over as I try to finish a dissertation, I often have to give a sheepish “no” to the question of whether or not I have read … Continue reading

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A few observations about spiritual satisfaction

As a part of an ongoing research interest, I’ve been surveying congregations┬áto get a picture of member participation in practices, e.g. prayer, sharing possessions, meeting in small groups for encouragement and support. My sample size is still fairly small and … Continue reading

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