Saturday, May 2, 2009

I am a Reader.

Since God jerked me from my troff of stupidity, I have slowly become more and more of a reader. It had been a while since I truly finished a book cover to cover, so finishing two books last week was particularly satisfying to me. 

'On the Road' by Jack Kerouac has been my introduction to the Beat Generation. Since digging into the book again I have been combing the web for articles by and about the Beats. Its got me wondering if the Beats, being a generation that grew up in the shadow of WWII  has any lessons for a generation growing up in the shadow of 9/11? The Church in America sure seems to be going through some re-thinking.




The death of the 'seeker-sensitve' movment adds to my hope though...

'The Road' by Cormac McCarthy left me feeling doubtful if I could read anything other than another Cormac McCarthy novel next! I tried to pick up 'The Shack' but had to put it down, I felt like I was wading through the deep weeds of punctuation and adjectives...


  1. The seeker movement is dying and with it peoples opinions of the church...and the hold outs of the seeker movement are making the church look even more foolish...

  2. I agree Andy seeker sensitivity reeks of commercial marketing, not the embodiment of the risen Christ! It's great to see you blogging.

  3. this whole neo calvinism movemnet may chage the face of the church for some time...positivly or long as we are Domatic in doctrin but gracful in life. Christ will be glorifed and many will come to Christ as the Holy Spirit softens the heart of I sound like a calvinist...

  4. and I need to learn to run the spell check

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