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August 10, 2009

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Geoff Colmer

Hi Jim! I've just got back from holiday during which I read Marcus Borg, The Heart of Christianity, which I found provocative and stimulating. He mentioned Buechner several times and renewed my interest so I'm reading Listening to Your Life most days. I thoroughly enjoyed Telling the Truth and intend to read his auto-biographies. I'll try Secrets in the Dark.

In relation to a previous post, I was grabbed by the Lyn Constable Maxwell sculture and delighted to see that it's in London Colney which is part of my patch, so next time I'm over that way I'm going to explore the possibility of a visit.

simon jones

Thanks for the reminder about Buechner's Telling the Truth which I've taken off my shelf and blown the dust off so I can read it this week.

I too thought the Lyn Constable Maxwell scultpure was stunning.

Jim Gordon

Simon and Geoff, good to hear from another pair of closet Buechner fans! And with good taste in sculpture too. I'm just ever so slightly but not grudgingly jealous you get to see the real thing Geoff - but do enjoy it, and contemplate it for a while.

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