Professor James K.A. Smith has recently published the last of his ‘Cultural Liturgies’ trilogy, Awaiting the King. David Henreckson is an assistant professor of theology at Dordt College, and also serves as director of the Andreas Center for Reformed Scholarship and Service. He joins Alastair and Derek to talk about Smith’s new book.
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Not that comments are taken into account for the show’s production, but:
I find Derek’s jargon-laden rambles, unnecessary repetitions, and lame jokes distracting from the general discussion. I don’t know if anyone else agrees, but I’d prefer more air-time for Alastair, who concisely and cogently continues the conversation in a way that sheds light on the book and the ideas therein. Either there should be greater prep for the podcast, or allow more adept speakers (namely, Alastair) more time to form the contours of the discussion.
I agree entirely.
I didn’t pull any punches, but thanks for receiving it graciously.