Book Reviews

No Miracle for You or, Perhaps John D. Caputo Gives Faith a Chance

Jesus concludes the parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus by noting a miracle will not help. Hardly the sort of encouragement from him who turned water to wine, who walked on water, and who bid Peter to get out of the boat. The modern imagery conjured by the … Continue reading

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Multiculturalism? This Looks Worth Checking Out

The stack of books to read keeps growing. David Phillips quotes from his current read. The quote is worth the price of the book and certainly worht checking out. Here it is,

รข??Multiculturalism has led not to integration but segregation. It has allowed groups to live separately, with no

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Pardon the Interruption – Rob Bell Alert

Provocative book titles quickly get my attention. When Nathan told me about Rob Bell and Don Golden’s new book the title grabbed me quickly – Jesus Wants to Save Christians.

Growing up in a conservative evangelical denomination, a group that would eschew the connection to “evangelical” back in … Continue reading

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Reading … Reviews Coming

I am getting back to some reading. Soon I will have some thoughts up about Ian Mobsy’s The Becoming of G-d, Dan Roam’s The Back of the Napkin, Scot McKnight’s The Blue Parakeet, and several others.… Continue reading

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Coming Book Reviews

Several upcoming book reviews –

Coffehouse Theology – Blog Tour Date – October 27 with Ed C

The Life of the Beloved by Henri Nouwen

The Fidelity of Betrayal – Peter Rollins

The Blue Parakeet – Scot McKnight

and several others … stay tuned …… Continue reading

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