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TagsCommentaries (249), Science Fiction (203), New Testament (194), Theology (193), Spirituality (181), Old Testament (165), Biblical Studies (162), Youth Ministry (146), Star Wars (142), Fantasy (116) — see all tags
About meI live in PA with my wife and children and we read lots of books. I make my living and have fun doing youth ministry. Even though youth ministry is not usually thought of as an academic career I approach it very academically. I am a studier of culture, of life, of the Bible, and of books pertaining to all these things. In the midst of all this I somehow find time to enjoy Star Wars and other Science Fiction/Fantasy publications.
About my libraryThis library is a hodgepodge of exciting titles--a mixture of my favorite fiction, some poetry, a lot of Biblical Studies, and a good deal of youth ministry titles. I usually feel pretty comfortable with people borrowing my books as long as they care for the books and return them in the same condition in which they were found.
Favorite authorsFrederick Buechner, Orson Scott Card, Richard J. Foster, Craig S. Keener, Greg Keyes, C. S. Lewis, George MacDonald, Jeffrey Overstreet, Dallas Willard, Ben Witherington, III, N. T. Wright (Shared favorites)
Real nameJoel Matthew Jackson
Account typepublic, lifetime
Member sinceJun 22, 2007
Currently readingFlame of Yahweh: Sexuality in the Old Testament by Richard M. Davidson
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