August 22, 2010
j. Snodgrass, a Transmission alum, is getting press for a course he’s teaching on gastrotheology down in North Carolina.
“Jesus is known to us today because he captured the hearts of first-century Galileans and the best way to the heart of a first-century Galilean was through his stomach,” Snodgrass told the group as they ate.
You can read the entire article here.
Food has always been an important part of Transmission – there’s something truly sacred about a group of people gathered around a table eat a home-cooked meal. I wonder if we could do
a Transmission series on food in the bible and in our lives?