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February 20, 2006

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Tim, glad you have posted a blog. When I was at the yale emergent conversation, they referenced a book coming out by a guy (some help I am, can't remember his name - he was there too) who just wrote a book about Bono, U2 and faith stuff. Maybe you have heard/know about it....or now can look out for it. There must be others too, but the emergent people were talking about it.

Hi, just a note that I'll probably link these reflections on the blog for the book of U2 sermons within the next week or so. Enjoy your time at Fuller.

James, was this the book that you were talking about?
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1573223093/ref=pd_bxgy_text_b/102-4043933-6938522?%5Fencoding=UTF8

So perhaps we can join in Bono's invitation to move with congruency of Life, without the dualistic qualities of secular and sacred. The moments where the Streets Have No Names, is for me, the end of duality. The hierarchal stance of the Sacred as ultimately Better, dissolves into a moment of relief.

thanks for sharing your thoughts on this. it gave me some insight that i never considered regarding vertigo and i will follow.

great post.

here's a link to the book from chris scharen from yale -
http://onestepcloser2u.blogspot.com/

hey, tim, thanks for your keen reflections. the holistic sense of faith and life imspires me, too.
look forward to your reflections.
+peace,
chris scharen

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