Call For Guest Writers/ What Movie Should I See?

by Rachel Held Evans Read Distraction Free

I’m working on a series of posts about women in the church to conclude our discussion about Scot McKnight’s “The Blue Parakeet.” Look for the first one on Wednesday night.  In the meantime, I’d like to extend an invitation for possible guest posts from readers.

My book is kicking my butt right now, and I could use a little help for the next few weeks as I finish up the manuscript. We have a lot of smart people posting a lot of smart comments, so if you’ve got something on your mind that you’d like to turn into a post, please contact me. I’m especially interested in short, scholarly material written by folks who know more than me about postmodern philosophy, politics, church and state issues, theology, etc.  Also, I absolutely love personal stories that describe how your faith has changed over the years. If you’re interested, please contact me. Of course, I reserve the right to pass if I don’t think it fits the tone or purpose of the blog.

You might not have an opinion about post-foundationalism or hermeneutics, but I bet you can help me decide what movie to see with Dan this weekend. We’ll probably see Slumdog Millionaire, but if it’s full, or we decide to do a double-feature, what would you suggest?

Benjamin Button? Valkyrie? That sappy one about the dog?

Also, if you’ve seen Slumdog, tell me what you thought of it. Having been to India myself, I think I'm going to enjoy it.

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