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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,
May 25, 2022
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Thriving with Stone Age Minds: Evolutionary Psychology, Christian Faith, and the Quest for Human Flourishing

Thriving with Stone Age Minds is a highly readable book, free from overly technical descriptions when discussing either science or theology. Barrett is both personal and funny and he touches upon more topics than these few pages can support. But, for me, this book offered a beautiful answer to the question, How does evolutionary theory help you to better worship Christ?
April 29, 2022
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Power Women: Stories of Motherhood, Faith, and the Academy

This is the beauty of the contribution of this collection to the field: the infusion of researched data with stories of lives at the intersections of “race, culture, gender, and religion,” written to inspire, to call out, to help, and to encourage women-of-faith academics and those who love them and support them as they live our their multiple callings at home and in the academy.
March 10, 2022