I don't think I quite have this guest/exchange blogging thing down.
Michelle of Quantum Theology and I are posting in one another's blogs on occasion this summer as we discuss Martin Laird's Into the Silent Land. I'm starting to think about the next set of topics, and it occurs to me that I should provide direct links to my posts at Michelle's place. I'm not sure whether she's thought to do the same ~ oh yeah, I see that she did ~, but I think it makes sense.
Anyway, here was mine, posted some days ago.
I'm reading another book in which Silence is practically a character: Virgin Time: In Search of the Contemplative Life, by Patricia Hampl.
And, as long as I'm on books, I've just started what looks to be a wonderful book, about Saint Genovefa of Paris and Saint Brigit of Kildare -- 5th-6th century women famous and sainted for their travels and building projects.
And I'm engrossed in the topic of God's suffering (or not), which is generating fascinating conversations, irl and on both blogs. I suppose I am going to have to return to the density of Moltmann soon; perhaps he will be more comprehensible Now than he was Before.
It's quite wonderful, to be able to read at my own pace and follow each rabbit trail as it makes itself apparent.