Archive: Nov 2011



Hints Half Guessed: T. S. Eliot and Life in a Day

By Pete Peterson

This past weekend I watched a documentary that I haven’t been able to get out of my mind. It’s a sign of a good movie when I’m still thinking about it three days later. It’s an even better sign when I’m still mulling Read More ›

Song of the Day: Jill Phillips and Andy Gullahorn

By Pete Peterson

The first snow fell in Nashville this morning–though it might be a disservice to snow to call it that. It Read More ›

The Art of Play

By Jennifer Trafton

[Editor’s note: You may have missed Hutchmoot this year, but Jennifer Trafton’s session was so good that we talked her into turning it into an post so we could share it with the rest of the world. Thanks, Jennifer.] Read More ›

Kingdom Poets: Charles Kingsley

By D. S. Martin

Charles Kingsley (1819—1875) was an English priest known for such novels as Westward Ho!, for his political essays, for his poetry, and for his collections of sermons. Kingsley was involved in the Christian Read More ›

Behold the Lamb of God: An Advent Narrative — Day 1

By Russ Ramsey

[Editor’s Note: We want to take a moment to celebrate the release of Russ Ramsey’s first book. He’s worked long and hard on it we’re anxious for each of you to enjoy the fruits of his labor. So congratulations, Russ. I’m happy to add the title of “Author” next to your name on the masthead.] Read More ›

Christian Storytelling, Part II: The Story of God

By Travis Prinzi

Christian Storytelling, Part I: The Right Stories

I have always loved systematic theology.  I own four (Grudem, Oden, Hodge, and Reymond).  Ironically Read More ›

A Rare Bird: Eric Peters In Others’ Words

By S. D. Smith

“I’ve seen Eric play his songs probably hundreds of times, and every time I’ve been struck by how blessedly peculiar he is. He’s self-effacing and passionate, he’s wry and gracious, he’s funny (especially when he Read More ›

Sally Lloyd-Jones: Song of the Stars

By Randall Goodgame

When one of the kids is sick, or Amy is worn out, or the Goodgames just need a quiet Sunday morning at home, my family opens up The Jesus Storybook Bible by Sally Lloyd-Jones for “home church.” We read a Read More ›

Two Trees

By Alyssa Ramsey

[Editor’s Note: Earlier this year we selected two reader-submitted essays and read them to the assembled masses at Hutchmoot. We got a lot of great submissions and this was one of our favorites. Thanks to Alyssa for letting us read it. Keep up the good work! -Pete] Read More ›

Rabbit Room Press presents: The Cymbal Crashing Clouds

By Pete Peterson

We’ve been busy little elves here in the Rabbit Room office this fall. Last week we announced Russ Ramsey’s Behold the Lamb of God book and this week we’re really excited to be able to announce another Read More ›

Christian Storytelling, Part I: The Right Stories

By Travis Prinzi

There’s a scene near the beginning of the great film, Walk the Line, where a very young Johnny Cash is talking with his older brother Jack, who plans to become a preacher when he grows up. Johnny is Read More ›

Eric & Danielle Peters Interview Jill Phillips

By Eric Peters

Surely one of the great wrongs in the entirety of the music industry is that Jill Phillips is not a household name. This is a heinous crime against the arts. It will not stand. It must be rectified. Together, my wife, Read More ›