“… a whole toy box full of playful, inventive strategies for exploring cities… just about anything that takes pedestrians off their predictable paths and jolts them into a new awareness of the urban landscape.”
– Joseph Hart
“…refers to people’s shared psychological representation or ‘map’ of the natural and social world, the developmental antecedents of that map, the group dynamics which forge and revise that common map, and the consequences in group and intergroup action of living according to that map. “
– Howard F. Stein
“I spend most of my life now with the Bible, reading or more precisely, listening. My mundane involvements… have become more and more intertwined with this major preoccupation of mine, so that I can no longer readily separate the one from the others. This merging for me of almost everything into a biblical scheme of living occurs because the data of the Bible and one’s existence in common history is characteristically similar. One comes, after a while, to live in a continuing biblical context and so is spared both an artificial compartmentalization of one’s person and a false pietism in living.”
– William Stringfellow
how to run a bible study that doesn’t suck.