Since I last updated this post on the Eucharist, I’ve discovered that Google likes posts that are at least 1,200 words in length. As a result I’m going through a lot of my old posts to see if I can find ways to reach that baseline number. Some of them have been quite easy as they were already over a 1,000 words. Some, like this one, will take a fair bit more work if I hope to reach the goal.…Continue readingCommon Eating – The Eucharist
This is another one of the sections that I’ve been giving a great deal of thought as to how I would like to present it. In the regular type face sections below you will see that while I put some emphasis on the stories of the Old and New Testament, there was not necessarily a lot of emphasis there originally. There are definitely a lot of changes to this post, and I think, that as I continue to develop this…Continue readingCommon Eating – Old and New Testament
Course Introduction So, as I’ve been working my way through these posts again, and come to this introduction and overview, I noticed that when I did the course outline the initial class is entitled “You Are What and How You Eat. For this course the latter part of that statement is the more important. The reason that the course is called “Common Eating.” is my belief that the most important function of food is to bring us together around the…Continue readingCommon Eating – Introduction and Overview.
One of the important parts of Common Eating as a course, is finding ways for the students to work together. The marking system will definitely involve credit for the ability to work together. The only problem with this is that I have a natural aversion to anything that resembles a group project. This is in part because I am an introvert among introverts. I’m also very independent. On my two choice Enneagram test I scored an 88 as a number…Continue readingCommon Eating – 2 – Marking
Eucharistic Eating Bibliography When a book features a link, it is to a review I have written on this blog. If you go through my reading round ups, you will find some more books featuring shorter reviews. Starting on Monday, March 6, I will be leading a lecture series through the six weeks of Lent, entitled Eucharistic Eating. The purpose of the class is to look at how we can bring our everyday eating into the Eucharist and the Eucharist into…Continue readingEucharistic Eating – Bibliography
This Post contains affiliate links. Each book linked here is one I have read, and commented on. There is no cost to you in clicking on these links. I earn a small commission that helps to enable to have material to comment on. As well, I am helping to support a Winnipeg based bookstore. A Meal with Jesus: Discovering Grace, Community, & Mission around the Table, by Tim Chester, is the latest book on theology and food, that I have been…Continue readingChester: A Meal with Jesus, Review