Jonathan Merritt, to whom I had the pleasure of serving some snax as he and a whole group of notable evangelicals drove through Malawi, has an interview with me on his Religion News Service blog.
Here are some of the questions Jonathan asked me:
When many of us shop for food or dine out, we’re navigating a complicated balance of finding food that’s affordable, nutritious, flavorful, and more recently, food that’s been produced justly. With all that trouble, why bother?
Your book has been called “a practical theology of eating.” What’s theological about eating, and how does eating engage us with God?
If God were pushing a shopping cart through a 21st century grocery store what do you think would be in God’s cart?