17 September 2005

Weekend reading

If you're looking for something to fill your spare time this weekend, here are some recommendations. The most recent Comment articles are certainly worth your while. Dr. Vincent "Abraham" Bacote addresses the question: What is to be done in Theology?, and suggests four areas needing work: the doctrines of creation, the church, the Spirit, and race and ethnicity. Aunt Wilma sets her nephew straight with respect to Wendell Berry's agrarian vision. Writes Ms. van der Leek: "Berry's concern is with long-term sustainability of the earth so that it can continue to feed cities, not kill them." Then we turn south of the border to the Center for Public Justice's regular Capital Commentary. This week Stephen Lazarus, whose very name suggests resurrection hope, writes on First Amendment Amnesia as the US Senate begins to consider the nomination of John Roberts as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.

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