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Common Eating Food

Common Eating (Meals)

Common Eating is an idea for a university or seminary type course that has been sitting in the back of my mind for several years now. Over the next several weeks I hope to go through each of those posts and update and rethink my way through them. I’ll be leaving each new post at…

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theology

Eucharistic Eating – Bibliography

Eucharistic Eating BibliographyWhen 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…

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Books Reviews and Such

Chester: A Meal with Jesus, Review

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Reviews and Such Books

The Simplest Way to Change the World

I’ve been reading more books recently on faith and food. The Simplest Way to Change the World: Biblical Hospitality as a Way of Life, is one of the lighter books on that topic. The back cover of the book describes it as “the simplest way to make disciples.” The book, whether intended to be or not, is…

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Books Common Eating

Karris – Eating Your Way Through Luke’s Gospel

I mentioned in my October reading round up that I would be focusing more on individual books and particularly books on food and theology. Eating Your Way Through Luke’s Gospel, by Robert J. Karris is next up on the list. Robert J. Karris is a professor emeritus in the School of Franciscan Studies at St. Bonaventure University. Eating…

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Books Reviews and Such

Klindienst – The Earth Knows My Name

A couple of weeks ago, I was on my way to lunch downtown, and decided I wanted something to read as I ate. So, I stopped into Bison Books and had a browse through their cookbook section. In among the cookbooks, I found two or three interesting non-cookbooks. After leafing through them, I decided upon The…