Books

Books

Deep wounds

Fall books

By Chuck Sudetic, Blood and Vengeance: One Family's Story of the War in Bosnia. (Norton, 393 pp.)

Grasping the mystery

Fall books

By Jan Rohls. Translated by John Hoffmeyer, Reformed Confessions: Theology from Zurich to Barmen. (Westminster John Knox, 328 pp.)

Healthy alternatives

Fall books

By Pat and Hugh Armstrong, with Claudia Fegan, M.D., Universal Healthcare: What the United States Can Learn from the Canadian Experience. (New Press, 176 pp.)

Wall or picket fence?

Edited by Stephen Monsma and J. Christopher Soper, Equal Treatment of Religion in a Pluralistic Society. (Eerdmans, 211 pp.)

A scientist's search for comprehensive knowledge

By Edward O. Wilson, Consilience: The Unity of Knowledge. (Knopf, 352 pp.)