Through anecdotes, poetry, scripture, and plenty of humor, Nadia Bolz-Weber calls us (in the spirit of Martin Luther) to reject these outdated and toxic themes. Instead, she offers a gospel that frees us from that harm and celebrates the inherent goodness we and our bodies possess.
Members and friends of St. Luke’s Lutheran Church of Logan Square will be gathering at Letitzia’s Fiore (2456 N. California Ave.) this Saturday at 10am to share coffee and conversation about Rev. Nadia Bolz-Weber’s new book, “Pastrix: The Cranky, Beautiful Faith of a Sinner & Saint” (Jericho Books, 2013). Publisher’s Weekly writes, “Bolz-Weber has such
Two Questions from our Resident Interlocutor I received three questions (all of them very good) since the first installment of “ASK GREG” and I will get to them starting next week. This week, however, I will reverse the normal flow and I will ask two questions. (Every now and then “GREG ASKS” will be the theme.)