A counting book that retells Jesus’ parables and a Reformation-themed alphabet book are among my favorite new children’s books.
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Books editor Elizabeth Palmer sorts through her stacks
There’s nothing subtle about Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o’s Marxist critique of life in postcolonial Kenya.
Willie James Jennings writes about tangible things—bodies, incarceration, healing—with graceful language that’s hard to pin down.
Anesthesiologist Ronald W. Dworkin reminds me that going to the doctor isn’t the same as sharing a cocktail with a friend.
Telling stories of resistance is itself an act of resistance.
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My temptation to spurn the evangelical preacher slipped away when I opened this volume.
Pontius Pilate shows us what happens when the historical and the eternal intersect.
When I learned that white evangelical women are drawing and painting all over their Bibles, I was caught between judging and celebrating the phenomenon.
The Danish philosopher thought faith had become too easy. This book doesn’t have that problem.