No One at the Wheel:
Driverless Cars and the Road of the Future
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The Monastic Way
By Edited by Hannah Ward & Jennifer Wild
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Wild in the Hollow
By Amber C. Haines
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Rowan’s Rule: The Biography of the Archbishop of Canterbury
By Rupert Shortt
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The Kingdom and the Cross
By James Bryan Smith
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Whether you love or loathe his work, it’s hard to argue that he is one of the most thought-provoking essayists writing today.
His atheistic naturalism, for instance, challenges us as Christians to take the Incarnation, and our bodies, more seriously.
In honor of his birthday, we offer the following list of eight of Coates’s finest essays from THE ATLANTIC!
An excerpt from Between the World and Me
Published: July 4. 2015
A Review of (and Response to)
Reviewed by Chris Schumerth
Who among us hasn’t had the experience of uttering, or perhaps hearing, words and phrases that are expected, so much so that they begin to lose their meaning? And then once the meanings are lost on us, and once the fad has run its course, might we just let the words slip right out of our vocabulary altogether? This is the phenomenon Jonathan Merritt takes on his new book, Learning To Speak God From Scratch: Why Sacred Words Are Vanishing—and How We Can Revive Them.
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Looking through the table of contents of Joy Beth Smith’s Party of One: Truth, Longing, and the Subtle Art of Singleness, one is hit by truth after mythbusting truth. It’s all right there in the chapter titles: “God Doesn’t Owe You a Husband.” “Singleness Isn’t Seasonal.” “Jesus Might Not Meet All Your Needs.”
And that’s before we even get to the section on sex.
In The War on Kids: How American Juvenile Justice Lost Its Way, law professor Cara H. Drinan draws on both academic research and first-hand, personal accounts to expose the oppressive system that funnels our nation’s most vulnerable children and youth into prisons. More than one million kids are arrested every year across the country (4), and nearly 100,000 of them will be incarcerated alongside adults (73).
I wanted so much more for The Locals: a novel set between 9/11 and the Great Recession. The sort of British nineteenth century social novel written for the American twenty-first century. I wanted a novel that keenly engaged issues of class, culture, small town life, and told the story of the town alongside the story of deeply flawed, but interesting characters. I wanted to see our own age grittily explored with stabbing political statements and observations. It promised so much.
A Brief Review of
It is not very often a macroeconomic book could be praised as both approachable and revolutionary at the same time, but I think that is the only way to sum up Kate Raworth’s book. This book was years in the making and the author very much wants the readers to follow her along on her trip from student to a shaper of economic thought.