Posts Tagged ‘Greg Fox’

            Although this is in all likelihood not news to you, we theologians are odd birds.  After all, how many people come away from a delightful day-after Valentine’s dinner with a beautiful wife thinking about the possibilities of a new type of culture—a culture of cooperation and not competition? Read the rest of this entry »

We often talk of an event being of biblical proportions.  By that we mean something enormous.  Last night we celebrated my birthday at Topeka’s Row House Restaurant.  The delightful dinner made me rethink what “biblical proportions” means. Read the rest of this entry »

While eating at a church social, George, with a gleam of joy in his eyes and pleasure in his voice, said that he loved sandwiches above all other entrees.  Although I did not and do not agree with my brother in Christ concerning the gustatory delights of sandwiches, last weekend I experienced the spiritual and symbolic value of the humble sandwich. Read the rest of this entry »