Told with grace and humility, this memoir will be a helpful companion to those who are wrestling with similar questions about privilege. This is an even-handed biography, allowing Norman and his ideals to stand forward in all of their beauty and strangeness. Johnston, professor of theology and culture, Fuller Theological Seminary. Even for those who have not read the first three books, Brown does a masterful job familiarizing readers with her four main characters and providing the necessary backstory.
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Each character is realistic and believable, faced with inner and outer struggles that intermingle in ways that readers may recognize. No One Ever Asked. No One Ever Asked took me into a world that was realistic—and new to me. The theme of racism was thought-provoking and challenging. Ganshert created believable characters who I continue to think about. The book raises spiritual themes without being preachy. Hindmarsh is almost alone among scholars in paying close attention to the spiritual meanings at the origins of evangelicalism, and his thorough, clear, and compelling book about what the first evangelicals understood their convictions to mean for their interior lives and their public concerns draws the reader back to the sources in a way that is more crucial than ever.
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Her argument that American evangelicals variously and unpredictably interacted with, furthered, and resisted American military and economic power is a complex and convincing account of a story that has been the subject of simplistic narratives, both positive and negative. There is a lot to be gained here, and I learned much about topics I knew next to nothing about before.
Anyone who reads this book will come away with a better understanding of the history of Christianity in a global context, a story not of straightforward triumph or decline but of shifting influence and cultural relevance. Moreover, Gitau provides a poignant example of contextual understanding that Christians around the world would do well to emulate. Sociological and cultural insights are combined with an incisive understanding of theology, politics, and globalization, opening new horizons for understanding how these factors affect the local church.
Clearly written as a text for cross-cultural workers with an interest in cognitive anthropology and incarnational mission, it is nonetheless littered with real-life examples and case studies. It should find a place on the reading lists for missiology classes around the world. Not an easy read, Scars Against Humanity is an essential work calling the Christian community to address one of the greatest injustices of our day.
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Storkey wrote about sex-selective abortion for CT Women. His argument is strong and well-documented, and his reflections are coherent and presented in a clear and accessible manner. Furthermore, the topic he is addressing could not be timelier. Sabbath rest is for us, for others, for creation, and for worship.
Read an excerpt from Subversive Sabbath. Edgar points out that many Protestant traditions have developed a work ethic that lies in profound tension and even contradiction with the life of grace. Faith-filled play draws us back to a merciful God who calls us into a childlike faith. It can help restore our trust in God as a good and gracious Father. And yet, this book is more than a historical lesson—Boersma goes to great lengths to remind us how practical and vital seeing God really is, both in our own lives and the lives of those around us.
Smith, editorial director at the Center for Baptist Renewal. Dying and the Virtues. Though written from a Roman Catholic perspective, Dying and the Virtues is universally valuable for the guidance it offers both ministers and congregants for the journey toward and through death.
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