Book Review: How the Bible Actually Works

Rather than providing us with information to be downloaded, the Bible holds out for us an invitation to join an ancient, well-traveled, and sacred quest to know God, the world we live in, and our place in it.

Book Review: The Sixth Extinction

The Sixth Extinction will continue to determine the course of life ling after everything people have written and painted and built has been ground into dust and giant rats have – or have not – inherited the earth.

Book Review: Falling Upward

Falling Upward is a challenging and comprehensive guide to framing the direction of your life. Rohr wants to help you be a good steward of your soul.

Book Review: The Universal Christ

If you are open to a way to look at Christ in a way that is unifying, both of theology and people, then this is a provocative read.

Book Review: Sapiens

Sapiens is the first of three books by Yuval Noah Harari about humankind, its past, present, and future.

Book Review: How to Hide an Empire

How to Hide an Empire: A History of the Greater United States by Daniel Immerwahr 2019 Farrar, Straus and Giroux Maybe this quote from Pedro Albizu Campos typifies this book most eloquently: “The Yankees are interested in the cage but not the birds” (p.346). How to Hide an Empire is a book about a USA […]