The rampant consumerism of the Christmas season is a deep challenge for Christians…
But many of us still want to give gifts,
and what better to give than books,
especially beautiful ones!
So here are our picks for 10 of the most beautiful books of the year, that include books fit for a wide range of readers:
( PLUS, one bonus classic, that is worth giving in any year…)
#10 [easyazon_link identifier=”1941758711″ locale=”US” tag=”douloschristo-20″]Guns in the Hands of Artists[/easyazon_link]
By Jonathan Ferrera
In the 1990s, the New Orleans murder rate exploded. In 1996, 350 people were killed―the highest number in the city’s history, and the highest rate in the nation. In response to this crisis, gallery owner and artist Jonathan Ferrara and artist Brian Borrello, launched a powerful project: Guns in the Hands of Artists. Over sixty artists, including painters, glass artists, sculptors, photographers, and poets, used decommissioned guns taken off the city streets via a gun buyback program to express a thought, make a statement, open a discussion, and to stimulate thinking about guns and gun violence in America.
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*** ALL Ten Books: