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I recently finished a kindle only book by Tony Jones called A Better Atonement and for myself it was timely in my recent journey back into the world of theology. If there is anything that I have wrestled with over … Continue reading
Another great asset from the guys who brought us 37signals. Sometimes I think I only want to be a full time project manager in order to use all of their tools, all of the time! It was great to get … Continue reading
I decided to get back into the spiritual reading world again after a hiatus from those “types” of books. When I first picked up this book it was in the shadow of quite a bit of controversy in the twitter … Continue reading
I am slowly going to get back into the blogging world again so this will be short and sweet. This is a wonderful book that kicked my butt in terms of my “whining” about how much time i have to … Continue reading
Once again Richard Rohr reached down deep into my soul, grabbed my ego and gently crushed it in front of my eyes. Okay, I am sure Father Rohr, would use language like that to describe the work going on to … Continue reading
I had the privilege of being sent a copy of Nick Fiedler‘s new book called the hopeful skeptic a few weeks back and just finished reading it this past week. I had the opportunity to meet Nick in the Bahamas … Continue reading
After reading “How (not) to speak of God” I really wanted to dive into more of Rollins works and so I quickly grabbed this gem (thanks to my amazon wishlist from my mother in law) and I was not disappointed. … Continue reading
This marriage book is aimed at helping couples break free from their dysfunctional patterns and communication breakdowns. The book calls it “the crazy cycle” when couples enter into a lose-lose argument with both parties left feeling confused and hurt. In … Continue reading
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