A Graphic Memoir
A review of Tom Hart
We grieve always alone while at the same time needing community. Surely there is a role for the church in this paradox.
A review of Rita Mae Reese
This collection is suffused with one of poetry’s most fundamental aims: making meaning out of suffering and loss.
The Story of Grace in Genesis
Biblical Israel and the Politics of Identity Formation
A review of William Greenway and Amanda Beckenstein Mbuvi
The ancient stories of Genesis bear witness to a created world that is interconnected and has value in God’s eyes.
A review of Mary Rakow
The lines between sacred history and contemporary life are wonderfully, miraculously blurred.
A review of Mayra Rivera
Flesh is indeterminate. It flows, changes over time, and is consumed and transformed. It becomes the reality of rich spiritual encounter.
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