Lifting the Veil is a wondrous bridge between matter and meaning. Its message is pertinent to anyone who wants to find more meaning in the world around them.
The headlines these days tell us that history—and especially the teaching of history—is a major front for the culture wars. In his new book Small Wonders, James Calvin Schaap illustrates a way to diffuse that war before it begins: practice local history.
Howard SchaapAugust 4, 2022
Glory in the Margins is a gift and a challenge: a collection that could be well-worn by pastors and prisoners, could be healing in both a hospital room or busy auditorium, and could offer inspiration in both the quiet of personal devotion or a bustling sanctuary.
Dana VanderLugtJuly 6, 2022
If we take Lundberg seriously, the only properly Christian attitude to war is grim determination to fight justly, no matter how much it costs us personally, and to engage in honest repentance and lament when the fighting has subsided and the long and tortuous road of the life of a war veteran begins.
Steven RodriguezJune 23, 2022
Refugia Faith is one of the best books in print on how people of faith can summon the hope and the courage needed to heal and restore our home planet.
Steven Bouma-PredigerJune 8, 2022
Willimon has waited until retirement and his senior years to write one of his most practical and thoughtful books. Pastors and parishioners preparing for retirement do not need only a financial advisor but a Christian theological worldview that helps us to cherish the last third of life, be honest about our coming death, and live with the sure and certain hope of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Willimon's book explores precisely this,
Kent FryMay 25, 2022
Wirzba wants his readers to learn that, as creatures, human beings are “needy and dependent” on God, one another, and worms and spiders. Wirzba wants his readers to recognize that human beings are gifts to our fellow creatures and our fellow creatures are gifts to us
Keith StarkenburgMay 13, 2022