I have to save all of my creative juice for essays at the moment, but here’s a couple of posts that I’m finding particularly interesting:
Erika Haub blogs about reclaiming some aspects of the parish model. Keep reading into the comments, because she makes the interesting comment that the urban missional church that she helps to lead requires its members to live in the neighborhood that they minister in because it has “kept us honest to our mission of loving and serving the diverse set of people in our midst.”
Halden Doerge has started a series about the relationship between theology and science in a postmodern world. It looks like it should be thought provoking. He’s finished Part 1 and Part 2 so far. He is contending that theology has basically capitulated to science, and that it’s time to restate a particularly theological way of knowing and of relating theology and science.