‘I want to make a case that […] this unapologetically Black and orthodox reading of the Bible can speak a relevant word to Black Christians today. I want to contend that the best instincts of the Black church tradition – its public advocacy for justice, its affirmation of the work of Black bodies and souls,…
Some reflections on A Church Called Tov, by Scot McKnight and Laura Barringer
Everyone has a dysfunctional closet somewhere in their lives. A closet where Jabba the Hut could be living, and no one would know it. The closet is crammed full of clothes slipping from their hangers, accessories dangling from the shelves, shoes piled in disarray on the floor. It is impossible to tell where one item…
Andy Crouch broke my TV. And I’m grateful.
2015 in 21 short book reviews
A review of Michel Faber’s latest novel, about an English Pastor sent to a distant planet to teach the inhabitants about Christianity.
A remarkable, complex novel; not so much a who-dunnit but a why-dunnit.
A light, easy, if somewhat-two-dimensional read, with a great twist…
A review of Luc Ferry’s engaging history of philosophy.
Three books I would recommend on the subject of busyness.