Books

Maggie Goddard 7-30-2010
"I hate civilians," Warden Clooney barked into the microphone.
Debra Dean Murphy 7-26-2010

I've been reading Paul Harding's debut novel, Tinkers, which was this year's surprise Pulitzer Prize winner. It's a modest tome -- slim of build, light in the hand.

LaVonne Neff 7-16-2010
That could be the conclusion of an op-ed piece in the New York Times, "Economics Behaving Badly." P
Brian McLaren 7-12-2010
Here are some of my favorite women writers of spirituality and theology in no particular order with short comments on why I recommend them.

Andrew Wilkes 5-28-2010
Our sins are hidden in our sanitation. Last week on the New York subway, I read an article about the connection between sanitation and self-deception.
Tony Campolo 5-26-2010
To make a difference for good in this world a person has to have a sense of place. But few of us have such a sense. We are a people on the move.
LaVonne Neff 5-07-2010

"On average," writes Jonathan Safran Foer, "Americans eat the equivalent of 21,000 animals in a lifetime." Alas, most of these animals came from factory farms, n

Rose Marie Berger 5-07-2010

In my daily prayer book, the morning antiphon for today said: "The Lord chose these holy men for their unfeigned love

Debra Dean Murphy 5-03-2010

There's a scene in the film Food, Inc. that reveals the hypocrisy at the heart of U.S.

Tefi Ma'ake 5-03-2010
One of the best gifts I received when I finished grad school was a book called http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0805086587?ie=UTF8&tag=sojo_blog-20&lin...
Katherine Paterson 5-01-2010
Reading may not change the world -- but it changes the reader, and that's a start.
Julie Polter 5-01-2010
Books that help us put heart and soul into action.

While aimed at the young, these wide-ranging pages brim with insight, imagination, and one sharp-dressed naked mole rat suitable for all.

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