So, my last post was over two years ago about Basil, my late hampster. She happily lived out her full, but short, life expectancy. After a pet-less and blog post-less year and a half, I now have a dog, Stewie, and a renewed interest in blogging. Stewie is a fun, three year old black lab mix, who is my puppy dog, and it just so happens my friends think he is fun, too. That should be the same thing with my blog--I'm going to have fun writing out the interesting-to-me things I'm thinking about, and it just might happen that others have fun reading it. So I raise my chocolate soy milk mug in salute to the great twenty-eleven Blog Reboot!
As a preview of things to come, here's a quote that has stuck in my head like peanut butter to the roof of your mouth--there's a lot there, and it's going to take some work to get it all out.
"Therein lies the purpose of the body: it provides the context for how and what we can and will know of God, now and in the life to come."
--Susan A. Harvey, in the collection, Theology and Sexuality
Just as I'm delighted to have friends come over and play with Stewie, I'm delighted to have you come over and play with my blog comments. Any preliminary thoughts on theology of the body? Directions to be explored? Tips on better analogies? :o)
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