Review of The Lazy Genius Way: Embrace What Matters, Ditch What Doesn’t, and Get Stuff Done by Kendra Adachi
In the room that evening were gathered four generations—a rare gift in many contexts, but after listening to 1619, I was acutely aware of how impossible this would be for many of the families whose stories Hannah-Jones recounts.
Rediscipling the White Church From Cheap Diversity to True Solidarity David W. Swanson InterVarsity Press, 208 pages Reviewed by Liz Mosbo Verhage | July 14, 2020 “In the spiritual battle for a more reconciled church, every single majority-white congregation has a [...]
Your Story Matters Finding, Writing, and Living the Truth of Your Life Leslie Leyland Fields NavPress, 224 pages Reviewed by Tonia Gütting | May 27, 2020 Our coronavirus quarantine was interrupted recently by a tornado that cut a chunk out of [...]
I Bring the Voices of My People A Womanist Vision for Racial Reconciliation Chanequa Walker-Barnes Eerdmans, 280 pages Reviewed by Leeann Younger | May 19, 2020 Dr. Chanequa Walker-Barnes is a professor of pastoral care and counseling at McAfee School of [...]
He Descended to the Dead An Evangelical Theology of Holy Saturday Matthew Y. Emerson IVP Academic, 272 pages Reviewed by Karen M. Hinz | April 8, 2020 Our culture is obsessed with the underworld. Last year, Hadestown won the Tony for [...]