Worshipful living, books that might be tangents...
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This is one of the things I love about LibraryThing, because at least in the dimensions of book collections, we can discover a bit about these less "on-the-nose" connections. For instance, I'm very interested in learning what folks who assert an interest in "Christian Worship" have on their fiction shelves, what they read in popular science, and what they have in common that I have not yet discovered.
I'll nominate my absolute favorite, which I note a few of us share: Father Capon's remarkable book, Supper of the Lamb, has had a remarkable and enduring effect on me. In ways I've not fully understood, his ruminations on the nuts and bolts (and theology) of food well prepared have stuck with me.
This is, at root, a book about preparing daily and celebratory meals, rooted in real-live recipes and opinionated diatribes on appropriate cookware. But somehow, this book has deepened my experience and sharpened my attention in the sacraments in a way no book about worship ever has.
I'm curious to hear if others have had this experience...
-- Bob Campbell
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