Posted by: gcarkner | December 10, 2021

Gord’s Christmas Reading 2021

Gord’s Christmas Reading 2021

Michael Ford (ed.), Eternal Seasons: a liturgical journey with Henri Nouwen.

Tim Keller & John Inazu, Uncommon Good: Living Faithfully in a World Divided

Cristobal Krussen, They Were Christians: The Inspiring Faith of Men and Women Who Changed the World.

J. Richard Middleton, Abraham’s Silence: The Binding of Isaac, the Suffering of Job and How to Talk Back to God.Baker Academic, 2021.

Peter Scazzero, Emotionally Healthy Spirituality: It’s Impossible to be Spiritually Mature while Emotionally Immature.

Jamie Smith, The Nicene Option: an Incarnational Phenomenology. Baylor University Press, 2021.

Clyde Kilby, The Arts & the Christian Imagination: Essays on Art, Literature and Aesthetics. (Editors: William Dyrness & Keith Call). Paraclete, 2017.

W. Ross Hastings, Echoes of Coherence: Trinitarian Theology and Science Together.

Daniel K. Williams, The Politics of the Cross: Christian Alternatives to Partisanship.

Richard Goossen, Public Speaking For Every Occasion: Laws of Success. Morgan James Publishing, 2021.

Curt Thompson, The Soul of Desire: the Neuroscience of Longing, Beauty and Community. InterVarsity Press, 2021.

Alan Noble, You Are Not Your Own: Belonging to God in an Inhuman World.

Rowan Williams, Christ the Heart of Creation. Bloomsbury, 2018.

Nicole Perlroth, This is How the World Ends: The Cyber-Weapons Arms Race. Bloomsbury, 2021.

Great Selection of Thoughtful Reading Materials at Regent Bookstore: Wesbrook Mall @ University Blvd., UBC Campus


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