Monday, May 27, 2013

My favorite Trinity sermon - from Glasgow

We'll spend two weeks in Scotland soon but probably not in Glasgow. AKMA has a winner here

worth the reading
Mathematicians contemplate infinities all the time; they’ve put in their ten thousand hours of preparation. Musicians already understand that deliberate harmony (and dissonance) requires both difference and unity. Painters, dancers, gardeners, parents, poets, accountants, perhaps even academic theologians attune themselves to difference and infinity through whole lives of concentrated patient attention — and perhaps even more by letting go concentration, and trusting the inferences, trusting the music, trusting the canvas, the soil, the toe shoes, the nappies, trusting the hands of the Spirit to bear us along, holding us, raising us, leading us
If any of you are at SBL International in St Andrew's - see you there