Just finished a busy work week (Friday is my day off) shortened due to a long weekend yet full of meetings and a column due tomorrow, as well as the regular stuff.
One of the things that has sustained me has been reading The Reason for God. A review is coming next week. For now I’ll say that it’s profound, not only as a work of apologetics and theology but as a doxological book. Near the end I started to marvel at Keller. A short time later I found myself marveling at God. That’s not a cliché. Chapter 14, “The Dance of God,” is one of the finest chapters I’ve ever read. If you haven’t got it yet, the book (or audiobook) is a must read.
I may be able to catch Keller in Philadelphia in a few weeks – looking forward to it if it happens.
I hope to edit and post a podcast of my interview with the authors of Why We’re Not Emergent soon, as well as catch a little bit of a break. Next week looks to be incredibly busy too, so I’m going to enjoy the break while I still have it.