The Jazz Theologian
March 2010 Archives

The next Christian Alliance for Orphans Summit is just around the corner in Minneapolis–April 29-20.  Find out more information here. Guest Speakers:  John Piper, Mary Beth Chapman, Tom Davis, Doug Sauder, Stephanie Fast, Jedd Medefind, and Al Mohler. Music Led […]

Let’s set aside whether or not you like the new health care bill and focus on a fundamental question that is dividing Christians:  Is health care a life issue? Generally speaking, most Evangelical Christians are pro-life when it comes to […]

The Unveiling:  Sermon Series on the book of Revelation–Subscribe to Podcast here

Dave Lemieux and House of Soul are tearing up the RMR Jazz Charts with their album, “Jazz-Shaped”   In the video HOS performs A Love Supreme: Acknowledgment, recorded live at the Soiled Dove Underground…Check it out and their website too.

A jazz theologian is someone who has discovered that jazz is more than music.  Therefore… We are practicing Christians.  Having spent sufficient time in the woodshed learning the old standards we now syncopate, improvise and respond the the call of […]

So I’m really into the book, The Man Who Loved Books Too Much.  Here’s a summary taken from the inside flap: What would you do for the love of a good book?  For John Charles Gilkey, the answer is:  go […]

The number of children in Colorado’s foster care system is rapidly in decline.  This is due, in large part, to the church deciding to answer God’s call to adoption.  We are just a few years away from no children waiting […]

Lord have mercy…The Worldwide War on Baby Girls (The Economist).

Jazz Theologian: You’re a musician and I’m a jazz theologian, so let’s jam a bit.  Jazz assumes standards and practices before one takes the stage.  What are the basic practices that need to be assumed before we can experience A […]

Just started reading The Man Who Loved Books Too Much:  The True Story of a Theif, a Detective,and a World of Literary Obsession. I bought it just because of the title…What are you reading?