John Wilson is a smart guy and a good writer, always a good combo.  He heads up Books & Culture and he has the good sense to tap into Calvin profs now and then as authors for that publication.  He also is a regular at the Festival of Faith & Writing.  I’ve been waiting to see what he would say about this year’s event and today I found his piece on the Christianity Today Web site.  It is typically compelling and worth a read.

I did appreciate this paragraph a great deal:

There are very few events resembling this festival, where readers and writers—mostly Christian—can gather to hear speakers whose faith deeply informs their work and others who represent different faith traditions or no faith at all but who are willing to join the conversation. Three cheers to Calvin College and the supporters of the festival from Grand Rapids and elsewhere; to Shelly LeMahieu Dunn, director of the festival, the festival committee from Calvin’s English Department, and the attentive student helpers; to the speakers; and to the community of pilgrims, many of them repeaters, who make this a memorable occasion.

As I said, check out the link above to read his whole reflection.

~posted by Phil de Haan, director of communications and marketing


3 Responses to “”

  1. Качество друзей тоже надо учитывать. Дональд Трамп, например, на двадцатку потянет.

  2. Пора переименовать блог, присвоив название связанное с доменами 🙂 может хватит про них?

  3. Как хорошо что удалось отыскать такой замечательный блог, и тем более отлично, что есть такие автора толковые!

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