Take & read

Resisting Structural Evil: Love as Ecological-Economic Vocation, by Cynthia D. Moe-Lobeda. Moe-Lobeda’s Lutheran acknowledgment of the moral ambiguity of all human action does not deter her from calling for an ethic of love that aims at forging just and sustainable relations between humans and the earth. Her argument is presented in a clear, accessible style and is interspersed with compelling stories.

Stations of the Heart: Parting with a Son, by Richard Lischer. In this unflinching memoir of his son’s death, Lischer offers profound theological reflections on baptism, sanctification, and the interplay of faith and doubt.


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