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December 12, 2011

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John

Please find a remarkable essay on the nature of food and sustenance.

http://www.aboutadidam.org/readings/edible_deity/index.html

Plus a radical approach to Right Diet as a necessary part of Right Life and as a support for Spiritual Practice

http://www.rawgorilla.org

Kalyan

Three books to add to the list:

1. "A Meal with Jesus - Discovering grace, community and mission around the Table" by Tim Chester. (Crossway, 2011)

2. "WHAT WOULD JESUS EAT?", by Don Colbert (Prescriptive in parts, but an enlightening read anyway)

3. "Making Room - Recovering Hospitality as a Christian Tradition" by Christine D. Pohl (Erdmans, 1999)

Ed Kaneen

There's a good review of Grumett and Muers book by Stephen Pattison in the most recent edition of Practical Theology (4.3, 377-9). I hesitate to add to the list a paper on my 'to read' list, just in case it's not about about food: 'The Curse of Ham in the Early Modern Era'. Happy Christmas!

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