A Theology of Things
My new book God of All Things comes out next week. My hope is that it will help people delight in God, and the way it aims to do that is by taking thirty "things" in creation - dust, pigs, honey, rain - and seeing what they reveal to us about their Creator.
Anyway: we just had a conversation about it on our Mere Fidelity podcast. The guys were very kind about it, but they also raised some really good questions (as you’d expect) about a theology of things. Have a listen.