With a focus on embracing change, the known, and even the unknown, this season’s picks are sure to stimulate. From Richard John Neuhaus and Practical Interfaith to Simply Good News and In God’s Hands
Leaders Neuhaus, the Wesleys, plus Medieval Theology, Practicing Gratitude, Waiting, & More | Spirituality & Religion Reviews, March 1, 2015
Interpreting the Parables, Biblical Anthropomorphism, Sisters on a Mission, & More | Spirituality & Religion Reviews, December 2014
Bird on the Origins of the Gospels, A Guide to Jewish Holidays, Turner’s American God | Spirituality & Religion Reviews
Vedic Tradition, Memoirs by Courtney, DeRusha, Kravitz, McGrath on C.S. Lewis, & More | Spirituality & Religion Reviews
Spiritual publishing, and the reading that one hopes will follow, can be a remarkable mirror of a moment. This season we find the words of man-of-the-hour, the new pontiff before he was pope, but we also discover serious, devout, and scholarly engagements with the world of the New Testament. As marriage equality comes to the […]
Self-help: the term evokes the busier aisles of the bookstore and some of the most popular ranges in any local public library. It is also, as we know, a category of writing, publishing, and reading subjected to a great deal of mockery and satire in the public sphere and, perhaps, deservedly so: there is a kind of rapid reach for easy conclusions and at times a haste in writing and structure that leaves self-help writers and readers vulnerable to the most contemptuous sort of criticism.