7/18/2011

Simon Surmises many things of great joy and theological grit.

Simon Mein writes very well about many things, but these days he sometimes rounds up personal reflection, quirky and often delightful ramblings through church practice and deep theological work into essays that are very much worth the read. These appear in SimonSurmises. His latest, "Sort of - God's Action in the World" is among the best of these.

It is a delight, and more, it is a promise of good reads to come regarding very difficult theological questions concerning things often considered, like the Trinity, incomprehensible.

It is always worth the wait for his next essay, and when it comes it is wonderfully satisfying.

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