Books

Books

To the Lighthouse, by Virginia Woolf

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Virginia Woolf’s novel details the ordinary illuminations our lives offer, “matches struck in the dark.”

Gratitude, by Peter J. Leithart

Spring books

Peter Leithart’s book can be seen as one long act of ingratitude. Sometimes, he seems to be saying it is more blessed to reject than to receive.

The E-Myth Revisited, by Michael Gerber

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Church leadership is about leadership—and that includes organizational and financial skills.

The Circle, by Dave Eggers

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Eggers’s novel is about a mega social network corporation that takes over the world—seemingly benevolently. Its characters have no depth or soul; their personhood is defined by electronic connectedness. 

Ask the Beasts, by Elizabeth Johnson

Spring books

Elizabeth Johnson shows how biblically informed faith comes alive when we look at the world through the lens of Darwin’s Origin of Species.