We have an excellent Pub Theology topic this week, and as is sometimes the case, it is quite seasonal, at least in terms of the liturgical observances of the Church Year.
Since poetry and prose are two sides of the language coin, I invite you to first listen to this sonnet from Malcolm Guite, the singer-songwriter Chaplain of Girton College Cambridge: malcolmguite.wordpress.com/2016/05/15/our-mother-tongue-is-love-a-sonnet-for-pentecost-4/
Then, read this Pentecost sermon from The Rev. Jason Chesnut, an ELCA pastor in Baltimore: medium.com/@crazypastor/a-pentecost-sermon-2016-b6643f20306e?source=linkShare-d0362d7f29e8-1463354334
Jason helpfully connects some of what we talked about last week (#decolonizeLutheranism) with the work of the Pentecost Spirit of God.
See what you think, and we’ll talk it through over a pint at LTS Brewing Co, 5:30-7:00.