Last week while out at Biola, I gave a short talk on the vocation of writing when words are cheap.  It was a strange talk for me, as I actually wrote it out in full on the plane over and then read through it.
There are a few asides and a few hiccups in the delivery due to the new process and because I hadn’t the time to reread the talk several times before giving it, but given the interest I received beforehand I thought I’d put it out here all the same.  I’ll be revising the text at some point soon and will post it in the next couple of weeks.
Oh, and for those who are interested, I read through a bit of The End of Our Exploringtoo.  The book releases July 1st and pre-orders are now being taken by Amazon and others.

Posted by Matthew Lee Anderson

Matthew Lee Anderson is the Founder and Lead Writer of Mere Orthodoxy. He is the author of Earthen Vessels: Why Our Bodies Matter to our Faith and The End of Our Exploring: A Book about Questioning and the Confidence of Faith. Follow him on Twitter or on Facebook.

  • winbassett

    Look forward to the text!

    • Thanks! I should point out that I won’t include the text from my book along with it. I’ll leave that to audio only. : )

  • rstarke

    Really great content, but I was distracted by the thought that you were totally channeling Ken Meyers. ;)

  • Andrew T

    Is there a way to download this audio? Sorry, I’m not too familiar with SoundCload.

    • jamesfarnold

      Andrew,

      There should be a ‘download’ button underneath. I went ahead and added it, just for you.

      • Andrew T

        Nice…thanks very much!