Books

Books

Boys to men

Ask your teenaged son how he is doing and you are likely to get a terse reply. “All right.” “Fine.” Or maybe, “I’m chillin’.” Though most young males are teeming jungles of thoughts and emotions, they seldom talk about their inner lives.

Kingdom Ethics: Following Jesus in Contemporary Context

Since Christians confess Jesus Christ as Lord, one might assume that most Christian ethics texts would ponder his teachings in detail. And since the Sermon on the Mount expounds Jesus’ teaching most comprehensively, one might expect such books to treat it thoroughly. According to Glen H. Stassen and David P.

Call to arms

Conventional wisdom holds that a select group of World War I poets and writers, Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen among them, forever changed the way we see war.
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Pursuing Kerry

Complaints about John Kerry’s “religion problem” are of a piece with complaints about his personality.

No Regrets: A Ten-Step Program for Living in the Present and Leaving the Past Behind

Though I’m not a big fan of self-help books, I’m glad that I took the time to read Hamilton Beazley’s book.