The theological significance of grits

I’ve mentioned grits in at least one sermon in the last year, so I suppose I ought to link to this:

Duke Divinity Call & Response Blog | Faith & Leadership | Richard J. Mouw: The theological significance of grits.

Although I would take issue with the appearance of grits on a plate (not to mention Waffle House) as having anything to do with God’s grace; something about the fallenness of creation, perhaps.

I will eat grits, but they should come from Anson Mills.

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