Over at Faith and Theology, Ben Myers is planning on doing a week’s worth of posts about the life and theology of William Stringfellow in light of a current discount being run by us at Wipf & Stock. This is sure to be a great week over there and you all should make sure to keep a close eye on these posts. The more I read of Stringfellow, the more I am convinced that he is the prophet of our age. Indeed, what is so striking about Stringfellow is that he blurs the line between prophet and exorcist in a way that can only be described as radically biblical.
Since I think Ben’s idea is such a good one, I believe I will participate in this as well. I may not be able to promise an entire week’s worth of Stringfellow posts, but I plan on making it my emphasis this week as well. But regardless, you should all go over to WS and order at least a few of these. Free in Obedience, An Ethic for Christians and Other Aliens in a Strange Land, and Instead of Death are books that everyone should own at the very least.