Soil and Sacrament: A Spiritual Memoir of Food and Faith. Simon & Schuster.
Baseball as a Road to God. Gotham Books.
Birth of a White Nation: The Invention of White People and its Relevance Today. Strategic Book Publishing.
The makers of The Butler have told a kind of truth about the struggle for "beloved community" that has rarely been seen so clearly on multiplex screens.
Resisting Structural Evil: Love as Ecological-Economic Vocation. Fortress Press.
When we experience movies like memories, we meditate rather than consume, and do what Pascal suggested was the antidote to all the problems in the world: sitting still for 10 minutes and thinking.
Oddly enough, whenever I think about eternal life, Animal Collective come to mind.
That might — well, almost certainly will — need some clarification because, as many Christians might be quick to point out, shouldn’t Jesus be the first person that comes to mind, or maybe living on some clouds in a golden city or something?
Yes and no. What comes to mind when I think about eternal life is painted by Frederick Buechner’s entry on the subject in his book Wishful Thinking, which I studied for a class in college. Buechner takes religious terms and eloquently and poetically explores what they might mean.
Conversations in Transition: Leading South African Voices. David Philip Publishers
Beyond the Possible: 50 Years of Creating Radical Change at a Community Called Glide. HarperOne
The Evangelicals You Don't Know: Introducing the Next Generation of Christians. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers