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In The Mail: Kenneth Bailey's The Good Shepherd

My friends at Intervarsity Press sent along Bailey’s The Good Shepherd: A Thousand-Year Journey from Psalm 23 to the New Testament. Psalm 23 was one of the first Bible passages I memorized as a child. As an adult, I discovered just how prominently political the language of “shepherd” was. I hope to put this book to good use.

In The Mail: Out of My Mind

From WIPF & STOCK, I received a review copy of W.J. deKock’s Out of My Mind: Following the Trajectory of God’s Regenerative Story.  I plan on reviewing  this text. From the looks of it, the topic is on theology and epistemology (ways of knowing). I think it may be relevant to a series over the summer I plan on doing on constructing an epistemology grounded in more emancipatory ways of knowing, being, and doing.