Religion for Atheists: A Non-believers Guide to the Uses of Religion (Alain de Botton, 2012) BY: Denis Haack Since we live in a pluralistic world where everyone does not share our convictions and values, reflecting on how we can live and talk about these issues in an understandable way provides us with practical ideas about how we can demonstrate our position winsomely.
The Solace of Asparagus BY: Margie Haack The first meal I prepared for the man I'd eventually marry and spend my life with, until one of us dies or Christ returns, wasn't worthy of today's bare-footed, deeply cleft Food Channel celebrities, or even the humble Mennonite More-with-Less Cookbook....
Political Visions & Illusions: A Survey and Christian Critique of Contemporary Ideologies (David Koyzis, 2003) BY: Denis Haack Christians simply havenít developed Christian tools of analysis to examine culture properly. Or rather, the tools the church once had have grown rusty or been mislaid.
Popologetics: Popular Culture in Christian Perspective (Ted Turnau, 2012) BY: Denis Haack In Popologetics, Turnau explores the meaning of popular culture, identifies insufficient ways of engaging it, provides clear instruction in being discerning, and helps believers see how the gospel speaks to the deepest questions of life.
The Sorrow and Hope of Homeschooling BY: Preston Jones Iím no crusader. But I know that the world generally, and this country in particular, needs well-educated, decent, civil and thoughtful people. Our world would be better if Christians were generally perceived of as decent, civil and thoughtful.
I love my neighbor as myself but only because I donít much care for myself.
- Garrison Keillor
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