The Colorful Apocalypse is a poetic written documentary that can be read in one sitting. The outer layer of the book is Greg Bottoms’s portrait of three “outsider” artists: Howard Finster, William Thomas Thompson and Norbert Kox. These men are not quaint, folksy artists painting barns on old milk cans.
Elusive Togetherness: Church Groups Trying To Bridge America's Divisions
Many Episcopalians, Methodists and Presbyterians must cringe when they read the newsletters and Web pages of activists within their denominations. Sometimes the partisans carefully couch their warnings and strategies in cooperative language, but generally their pronouncements leave no doubt that they are spoiling for a fight.
Of Little Faith: The Politics of George W. Bush's Faith-Based Initiatives
Amy E. Black, Douglas Koopman and David K. Ryden
A Revolution of Compassion: Faith-Based Groups as Full Partners in Fighting America's Social Problems
Dave Donaldson and Stanley Carlson-Thies
A Limited Partnership: The Politics of Religion, Welfare, and Social Service
The Invisible Caring Hand: American Congregations and the Provision of Welfare
Ram A. Cnaan
Saving America? Faith-Based Services and the Future of Civil Society