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Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Chapter 13
Chapter 14
Chapter 15
Chapter 16
Chapter 17
Chapter 18
Chapter 19
Chapter 20
Chapter 21
Chapter 22
Chapter 23
Chapter 24
Chapter 25
Chapter 26
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Livermush Theology

Livermush Theology

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What is livermush? What does it have to do with theology? Why have so few Americans ever tasted a fresh egg? When is high tide in Central Pennsylvania? What’s the best way to pitch a tarp? Who is Silas, and what difference does his age make? How can one effectively cripple a pastor without leaving visible wounds? For the answers to these and other questions in which you had no previous interest, read Livermush Theology. Deborah Lonon: Jim Huskins’ “Livermush Theology” essays lovingly capture something I longed for as a college instructor: “The Teachable Moment.” Every so often, there’d be one in the classroom – a completely unexpected and unplanned magical minute or two. Suddenly, by using what seemed like an ordinary example from real life (like a pair of pajamas, a new paint brush, or a piece of toasted bread) something really important and bigger than all of was illuminated, and everyone got it and was amazed. Read these essays, and you’ll be the one laughing, crying, and saying, “ah HAH!” Charlie Boone: That was a lot more interesting than I thought it was going to be! Tony Campolo: (Well, no word from Tony yet, but wouldn’t it be great if he did read the book and find something nice to say?)
What is livermush? What does it have to do with theology? Why have so few Americans ever tasted a fresh egg? When is high tide in Central Pennsylvania? What’s the best way to pitch a tarp? Who is Silas, and what difference does his age make? How can one effectively cripple a pastor without leaving visible wounds? For the answers to these and other questions in which you had no previous interest, read Livermush Theology. Deborah Lonon: Jim Huskins’ “Livermush Theology” essays lovingly capture something I longed for as a college instructor: “The Teachable Moment.” Every so often, there’d be one in the classroom – a completely unexpected and unplanned magical minute or two. Suddenly, by using what seemed like an ordinary example from real life (like a pair of pajamas, a new paint brush, or a piece of toasted bread) something really important and bigger than all of was illuminated, and everyone got it and was amazed. Read these essays, and you’ll be the one laughing, crying, and saying, “ah HAH!” Charlie Boone: That was a lot more interesting than I thought it was going to be! Tony Campolo: (Well, no word from Tony yet, but wouldn’t it be great if he did read the book and find something nice to say?)

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