I’ve started a new weekly blog, dedicated to helping people find meaning in their work even when it feels unimportant or unappreciated. Here is the first post.
Are There Any Books You Revere?
My newest post from the Emerging Scholars Blog. Is it possible to love a book like we love another person?
A great summary of my own feelings, from Tim Stafford.
The Age of Anxiety by W. H. Auden, edited by Alan Jacobs
I started reading the new critical edition of Auden’s the Age of Anxiety yesterday. Or, rather, I started reading Jacobs’ foreword to the poem. So far, I am very impressed. Auden was about my current age when he began writing The Age of Anxiety (something which, in itself, seems impossible), and so far it’s eery how many of my own concerns and anxieties are addressed in the poem.
Earlier this month, *Comment* published my review of James K. A. Smith and David I. Smith’s recent book, Teaching and Christian Practices.