Rachel Marie Stone
Rachel Marie Stone is the author of Eat with Joy: Redeeming God’s Gift of Food (InterVarsity). She blogs at Patheos.
Running to the Fire, by Tim Bascom
Tim Bascom experienced a revolution through a teenager's sensibility. But despite the great material this provides, his memoir has a plodding feel.
reviewed by Rachel Marie Stone October 15, 2015
At the end of Marilynne Robinson’s latest novel Lila, the title character envisions heaven in an intensely communal way. In light of that communal vision, Century associate editor Amy Frykholm gathered together three avid Robinson readers—Rachel Stone, Peter Boumgarden, and Amber Noel—for a conversation about the novel.
a conversation with Amy Frykholm, Rachel Marie Stone, Peter Boumgarden, and Amber NoelJanuary 5, 2015
I was delighted to see Annie remade with an African American girl in the title role. But the new version doesn't do justice to the original's progressive vision.
The Antidote, by Oliver Burkeman
If positive thinking leaves you cold, Oliver Burkeman's The Antidote will be just what the title promises.
reviewed by Rachel Marie Stone December 26, 2013
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