sound bites of life on 2009-02-06

  • @ChristineSine African spirituality is as holistic as or more than Celtics, with an integral view of the world, sadly is not as popular. #
  • Cleaning house listening to Fidel. #
  • @markberry point taken, bur so with the Celtic stuff and for that matter the whole Christian spectrum. #
  • @darrinreeves Yes and no. While there is a group of churches that are copies if western ones, there are some contextual expressions as well. #
  • @darrinreeves Theology Brewed in an African Pot http://tinyurl.com/buoyoq Jesus in Global Context http://tinyurl.com/bbt6cf #
  • working on last details for Justice at the Table workshop http://justiceatthetable.eventbrite.com/ #
  • there is no pure Christianity, it is all syncretist. #
  • @mattwiebe I agree faithful is a better term, now the question is faithful to what? #
  • @markberry agree on the contextual aspect, while I also believe it needs to challenge and transform our contexts. #
  • @mattwiebe this could turn into a long list of tweets, if next I asked, which Jesus are you talking about? #
  • I met that Jesus too, and he spoke in King James English. #
  • @mattwiebe there is also the caffeinate power pop surfer Jesus whom speak on The Message English. #
  • yesterday was the Commemoration of the Martyrs of Japan http://tinyurl.com/bzaehe #
  • listening to J. Kameron Carter, Race, Identity, and the Darker Side of Christianity http://tinyurl.com/celgmv #
  • @joshcp books are always a problem for me. I usually take longer deciding on book than on clothes. #
  • CafĂ© sua and books at the Thinking Corner in The Mustard Seed House while the kids rest. #
  • @spiritfarmer same here with J. Kameron Carter’s Race: A Theological Account. #

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