Category Archives: Book Review

Summer Reading II

Yesterday, I listed my top five theological books of the summer. Today, I list my top five that do not fall under that category. 1) Branded Nation by James Twitchell. This book explores the marketing practices of what is commonly conceived … Continue reading

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Summer Reading I

Amidst my summer travels and in part because I only held a part-time job while in Denver, I was able to read a number of books this summer. Today, I will share with you my favorite theological or church-related books. … Continue reading

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Book Review: Christ, Baptism, and the Lord’s Supper

I have not offered you a book review in a while. This book however, may be of interest to only a few of you, but a book I will recommend to you nonetheless. Leonard Vander Zee has written a fabulous … Continue reading

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Culture Making Reviews

In my class Christ and Culture, one of the required texts is Andy Crouch’s book Culture Making. And apparently, we are not the only ones engaging with this book. So I thought I would post some reviews of the book. … Continue reading

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Book Review: My Beautiful Idol

Pete Gall captures the messiness of being a Christian in his book My Beautiful Idol. Written in a style comparable to Donald Miller or Anne Lamott (Christian memoir marked with humor and utmost honesty). I would not put it on … Continue reading

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Book Review: Reaching Out

My first thought on completion of this book was “Henri Nouwen has done it again.” In typical Nouwen fashion, Reaching Out speaks not only to the head or to the heart, but engages the entire person within this exploration of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Christ & Culture

Christ & Culture is a classic book that continues to shape the discussion of the interaction between Christians and culture. Written by H. Richard Niebuhr over 50 years ago, Christ & Culture continues sneaking it’s way into colleges and seminaries across the … Continue reading

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