Posts tagged food and faith
Farminaries, my latest for Christianity Today

I've got lots of things up my sleeve for 2018! I will try this year to create posts to guide you to new pieces as they come up. For right now, I'm happy to share with you all the first major piece of the year--an editorial I wrote for Christianity Today about the rise in food-based coursework at seminaries across the country.

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feast and remember

This week we celebrate both the feast of All Saints and the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. I've met with dozens of food and faith leaders over the course of this semester, each time growing more and more convinced that this Christian food movement is central to God's work reunifying the church. Let's feast this week and remember the meal that binds us with Christians throughout history and around the world that have brought the faith down to us today.

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sweet reads: food and faith: a theology of eating

Sweet Reads is the section of the blog where I compose book reviews of the variety of books at the intersection of food, faith, and culture. My goal is that this section serves as a resource for students or curious readers in need of a compilation of books on the topic. Food and Faith: A Theology of Eating by Norman Wirzba is, as the title suggests, a well-articulated, all-encompassing theology of eating from creation to restoration.

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