From Willow Creek to Sacred Heart: Rekindling My Love for Catholicism. Ave Maria Press
Making Friends Among the Taliban: A Peacemaker's Journey in Afghanistan. Herald Press
The Economy for Desire: Christianity and Capitalism in a Postmodern World. Baker Academic
There is an overwhelming need for publicly compelling conversation about violence, guns, and the role of entertainment media.
Not everything that's fun is a consitutionally protected right.
Refuse to Do Nothing: Finding Your Power to Abolish Modern-Day Slavery by Shayne Moore and Kimberly McOwen Yim / Thank You, Sisters: Stories of Women Religious and How They Enrich Our Lives edited by John Feister / Shadows then Light by Steve Pavey / Liberty to the Captives: Our Call to Minister in a Captive World by Raymond Rivera
Haiti's once and future cathedral is a place of healing and memory.
Blindfolded and gagged, tossed in the back / of a car -- it's how they gather up young men /
Bible, Gender, Sexuality calls us to a more honest dialogue about scripture's meaning for us today.
When I first listened to Tame Impala, I was almost convinced they were the late-60s Beatles reincarnated. Lead singer Kevin Parker’s nasally yet gentle voice sounds about as John Lennon as you’re gonna get.
But Parker makes it work. And Tame Impala, under his leadership, sounds fresh in a world saturated with music. Critics agree that Tame Impala manage to fuse classic psychedelic rock and blues with jazzier and more modern music. And that seems pretty accurate. Ezra Pound urged his modern contemporaries to “make it new” in regard to poetry, and even though Parker’s project may not be entirely or dramatically new, it is innovative.