25 Books to Watch For in the Second Half of 2014

August 1, 2014 — 2 Comments

 

As a follow-up to yesterday’s list of the 25 best books from the first half of 2014, here are 25 Books to Watch for in the Second Half of 2014.

 

Fiction | General Non-Fiction | Poetry | Christian Theology/Praxis

General Non-Fiction Books:


 
Our Great Big American God: A Short History of Our Ever-Growing Deity
 
By Matthew Paul Turner

 
The Art of Stillness: Adventures in Going Nowhere
 
By Pico Iyer

 
The Paradox of Generosity: Giving We Receive, Grasping We Lose
 
By Christian Smith and Hilary Davidson

 
America–Farm to Table: Simple, Delicious Recipes Celebrating Local Farmers
 
By Mario Batali

 
Reading Publics: New York City’s Public Libraries, 1754-1911
 
By Tom Glynn


 
The Lagoon: How Aristotle Invented Science

 
By Armand Marie Leroi

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  • billycoffey

    Cannot wait for Lila.

  • Jesus H. Christ

    And then Jesus came upon his disciples and said, “Brethren, I’ve heard it said that I am to be a human sacrifice for your sins. May I asketh, who in the goddamn hell came up with that Neanderthal bullshit!!!???

    Blood sacrifice!!!???? Are you all fucking insane!!!!????

    Brethren, listen carefully as I tell you something of great importance.

    The idea that the blood of a savage human sacrifice will drift up to the heavens and unleash magical powers of atonement from the invisible deity living there is, without a doubt, the most absurd, preposterous, revolting, sickening, evil and idiotic pile of Cro-Magnon donkey shit that the human mind has ever concocted in our entire history on planet Earth!!

    Blood sacrifice!!!!! Do you hear what you’re fucking saying!!!????

    Brethren, thou can all take your dying for sins lunacy and shove it straight up thy fucking asses!!!!!”

    And Jesus’ disciples said, “Well shit, man!! What the fuck kind of Savior are you!!????

    Why don’t you just go fuck Mary Magdalene up the ass.!!

    Again!!!!

    —-Jesus Christ, The lost Gospel of Sane Thought