Books

Books

The Religious Art of Andy Warhol, by Jane Daggett Dillenberger

Andy Warhol's images of soup cans, brillo boxes, Elvis Presley, Marilyn Monroe and Mao Tse-tung have been silk-screened onto our consciousness. Warhol has often been portrayed as obsessed with commercial success. He courted the wealthy and famous, surrounded himself with the denizens of the drug culture and hired beautiful young men to pose for his "porno-nudes."

What Will You Do for an Encore? by Robert Drake

By Robert Drake, What Will You Do for an Encore. (Mercer University Press)

Styles of giving

Edited by Warren F. Illchman, Stanley N. Katz and Edward L. Queen II, Philanthropy in the World's Traditions. (Indiana University Press, 382 pp.)

Letting scripture work

By John P. Burgess, Why Scripture Matters. (Westminster John Knox, 186 pp.)