The blog of an American Anglican evangelical.
Scott, not sure what you felt about the Blue Like Jazz book craze across the U.S., but after reading your blog, i just have to recommend a book to you and your readers for the new year. It is Brown Like Coffee. Kind of wacky but real challenging. I found it at brownlikecoffee.com . It seemed kind of like a response to BLJ. I would love to get your response to both books.
stumbled on your website. do you attend and Anglican and/or an Episcopal church? I have a couple of friends who have started Anglican/Reformed websites that I'd like to pass on. cheers,Jim
Robert - I've not read Blue Like Jazz and don't have plans to at this point in time. I did visit the website for the Brown Like Coffee one and don't have plans to read that book either. I tend to read headier stuff. I am currently reading various titles, but plan to blog about a book that Gathercole edited entitled, Heaven on Earth: A Biblical Theology of the Temple.Scott
JHagan - presently I attend a PCA church in Raleigh. If my blog is any indication, I like Sydney's style of Anglicanism which is hard to find in the US. Like Jensen I'd consider myself an evangelical first and an Anglican second. So for me there are a few things that I look for in a church and have yet to find in the RDU area among the Episcopalians and Anglicans here.Scott
Scott -- I'm a Sydney Anglican working in NYC. I'm intrigued by your Blog. I married a woman from the South, and ended up serving in and Anglican Evangelical Church. I know Peter and Christine very well. And I know David Peterson and Simon Flinders. It would interest me greatly to know your story. Seriously!justin at christchurchnyc dot com
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