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Category Archives: books
I just completed this book, while on holiday here in Victoria. Basically this book is a commentary on an obscure Christian document called the Didache, with Tony utilizing a small community called the Cymbrogi as a real life example of … Continue reading
Once again Rob Bell leaves me inspired. I am really looking forward to seeing him live in February in Vancouver. There is something in the way he writes that names my experience. In this book I couldn’t help but find … Continue reading
This is the most stimulating, exciting, and reflective book I have read on the church in a long time. Peter Rollins rocks my world, and in the words of Richard Rohr, Peter “names my experience.” In Part 1 of the … Continue reading
The thing I love about Coupland’s books is that I I always feel they connect to all of the other things I am reading (yes all the spiritual christian stuff), because the way he writes integrates a lot of it. … Continue reading
The most helpful thought (concept) that I received from the book was no matter how cool new technologies are, unless there is a conversation to be had the tools render themselves useless. I see this over and over as people … Continue reading
After Anna recommended this book to me, I never really thought I was going to like it based on some of her thoughts about it. I was pleasantly surprised to say the least and am quite excited about the possibilities … Continue reading
I really enjoyed this book by Gladwell. What might be the best part, which is expressed throughout the book, is the way he de-romanticizes the rags to riches stories our culture has come to love so much. Gladwell through telling … Continue reading
Okay, I have come to grips with the fact that I am not going to complete 48 books by the end of this year. (A baby can do that to you). But for the books i do complete I will … Continue reading
I am sleep deprived and not reading as much lately. I have nothing to say other than I really enjoyed this book. Not as much as the others I have read by Rohr (there are 2 more in the past … Continue reading
My wife asked me while I was reading this book if I have read many female voices in the whole emergent discussion, and I had to say that I had not. It’s not because I have avoided reading women, it … Continue reading