The Common Good
March 2010

New and Noteworthy

by Julie Polter | March 2010

Spirited Women
With Jesus Girls: True Tales of Growing Up Female and Evangelical, editor (and contributor) Han

Spirited Women

With Jesus Girls: True Tales of Growing Up Female and Evangelical, editor (and contributor) Hannah Faith Notess has gathered frank, original, well-written essays by women born and born again in a wide range of evangelical traditions. Cascade Books

Remembering Monseñor

Drama groups wishing to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the martyrdom of Archbishop Oscar Romero can download the libretto, vocal score, orchestral arrangements, and more for Romero the Musical, by George Daly and Liam Bauress. The fees go to CAFOD’s development projects in El Salvador. romerothe musical.com

Church for all People

First published in 1995, Coming Together in the 21st Century: The Bible’s Message in an Age of Diversity, by Curtiss Paul DeYoung, has been a key text in the study and practice of reconciliation and multicultural ministry. A newly revised and expanded version includes additional perspectives, a broadened definition of diversity, and a group reflection and action guide. Judson Press

A Liberating Word

In Whose Gospel? A Concise Guide to Progressive Protestantism, the great preacher James A. Forbes Jr. infuses an exploration of six issues (poverty, war, women’s equality, racial justice, sexuality, and the environment) with biblical insight, storytelling, and wisdom drawn from his long experience as a pastor and activist. The New Press

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