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Far less helpful than Desiring the Kingdom, this book is thick with jargon. One gets the impression Smith is just trying to trot out his academic bona fides, as he defends his... Read morePublished 2 months ago by jfn2015
I think it took a whole lot of words to say that being sentimental is important. I'm really looking for the next book in the series.Published 2 months ago by John Jelinek IV
Once again Smith offers a great challenge to alter our Christian formation from right thinking to right doing/being/ loving. A very good read!Published 3 months ago by Jeremy
We all know that worldviews (hereafter w-v) are inescapable. Worldviews rarely move beyond the intellectual dimension. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jacob
“When we worship on Sunday, it spills over into our cultural labor on Monday” (3).
Imaging the Kingdom is volume two of James K. A. Smith’s Cultural Liturgies series. Read more
A great argument for the necessity of liturgical practices within worship. My only wish was to see more attention to how particular practices contribute to formation, and what... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Kelly
Complex and deep at times, but overall, a very thorough treatment as to the nuances of understanding the relationship of our physical, mental, spiritual capacities and how all of... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Randy Schmor
If church and Christian education are about preparing and sending Christians to remake the world in cooperation with God, how do they do that? Read morePublished 19 months ago by Darren Cronshaw