Hey everyone, just wanted to interrupt the normal posts with a few things:
- In case you didn’t know, the ebook version of my book is now available! You can get it here or here.
- Within the next two weeks, my copies of the book should be in. I will get a store up and running on this site in the event you held out for an autographed copy, or just wanted to wait to buy it from me. Stay tuned for more.
- I’m changing the day these posts come out. Be on the look out for Tuesdays instead.
- I’m trying to keep the posting of the blog and book off my personal feed, so check out @wedonttrustyourtheology on Instagram. This is just to shield the people who couldn’t care less about it from it being in their faces constantly.
- Starting this Thursday (2/3) I’ll be starting Pints and Questions at Patron Saint’s Brewery in Toledo Ohio from 5:30-6:30. If you’re in the area, please feel free to stop in! It’ll run every other week. It is an extension of what I do at Augsburg ELCA (the church I work for), and I’m really excited about it.
- The Jesus and the Baptism for the Forgiveness of Sin posts are taking me a little longer to work on than expected. Thank you for your patience in that.
- Related to the last number, I’m in the incredibly early stages of a new writing project and the two are connected. I am so excited about this, and cannot wait to talk more publicly about it.
That is about it. Thank you everyone for your continued support. 2022 is shaping up to be an incredible year, and not just because my kid is being born in April.
To leave a little something other than an update, here is a quote from Wendell Berry’s Our Only World: Ten Essays that has stuck with me for a while. Would love to hear your thoughts on it too:
Public officials cry out for justice against the perpetrators. I too wish them caught and punished. But I am unwilling to have my wish spoken for me in a tone of surprise and outraged innocence.Berry, Our Only World, pg. 17
Grace and peace y’all.