Brandon Wrencher is a Master of Divinity student at North Park Theological Seminary, editor of the CCDA Theological Journal, intern pastor of Blackburn’s Chapel United Methodist Church and a resident of The Blackburn House, a Christian intentional community which serves Blackburn’s Chapel and the town of Todd, North Carolina. You can read more from Brandon on the Blackburn House blog.
I am currently reading Making Peace with the Land by Norman Wirzba and Fred Bahnson, Life Together by Dietrich Bonhoeffer, The Christian Imagination: Theology and the Origins of Race by Willie Jennings, Surprised by Hope by N. T. Wright, The Meaning in the Waiting by Paula Gooder, and The Search for Common Ground by Howard Thurman.
Where is your favorite place to read?
I enjoy reading in the car as well as in a space with white noise in a comfy chair, with back support!
E-reader or codex?
Codex all day!!!
What book have you recommended the most in the past 12 months?
Life Together and The Christian Imagination are probably tied for the books I’ve recommended the most in the past year.
What is most enjoyable about your reading life?
The joy of reading is that I enter another world, a space where my material realities meet the life of how things can be or, better yet, how they ought to be.