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for the Hyper-Local
An Abridged Review of
As Kingfishers Catch Fire: A Conversation on the Ways of God Formed by the Words of God
Hardback: Waterbook, 2017
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Reviewed by David Swanson
This is a brief clip of a review that appears in
our forthcoming Eastertide 2017 magazine issue…
The issue with this review
will mail next week.
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While reading through these sermons it is easy to imagine something about the women and men who comprised Peterson’s suburban congregation. The sentences and illustrations seem to hold in mind particular people with their very particular lives. In a sermon titled “Holy, Holy, Holy” from Isaiah 6 and Revelation 4, the pastor addresses his people gently: