It's been a while since pals
Tavis Smiley and Cornel West took up the task of challenging President Obama
from his left flank. The talk-show host and the philosopher have taken some
heat for their criticism of the president, notably from political scientist
Imagine a pastor preaching on the rebuilding of the city. Her text is Jeremiah 32. The city of Jerusalem has fallen apart, she tells her congregation, and its citizens have been taken into exile. Yet in the midst of this chaos, the prophet Jeremiah claims that the Lord has told him to buy a piece of property. His investment is a declaration of hope.
Trails of Hope and Terror: Testimonies on Immigration
Miguel A. De La Torre
Introducing Christian Ethics
Samuel Wells and Ben Quash
Brother West: Living and Loving Out Loud, a Memoir
Cornel West with David Ritz
Hannah's Child: A Theologian's Memoir
Just War as Christian Discipleship: Recentering the Tradition in the Church Rather Than the State
Daniel M. Bell Jr.
The Ten Commandments (Interpretation series)
Patrick D. Miller
Family Ethics: Practices for Christians
Julie Hanlon Rubio
Touched by a Vampire: Discovering the Hidden Messages in the Twilight Saga
Beth Felker Jones
Jesus for President: Politics for Ordinary Radicals
Shane Claiborne and Chris Haw
Hunger and Happiness: Feeding the Hungry, Nourishing Our Souls
De La Torre writes “to assist the churchgoing layperson in understanding the complexity of the current immigration debate.” His book does far more than exhibit many of the complexities and calumnies of the politicized debate about immigration in the U.S.
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