Lately, I've been reading a lot of books that have nothing to do with each other. For some reason, my reading habits got unfocused. Actually, I know the reason. Someone gave me a Nook and I've been playing with it rather than just reading a book through. As a result, I have several books going… Continue reading REVIEW – Perelandra
Some of you may remember my review of Primal by Mark Batterson a few months ago. I was not particularly impressed. It felt contrived and ambiguous while attempting to be motivational and revolutionary. I expected Radical by David Platt to be in the same vein - attempting to be revolutionary. I was genuinely surprised by how… Continue reading BOOK REVIEW – Radical
In the midst of moving into our new home and reviewing yet another terrible book for Nelson (review forthcoming as soon as I can stomach finishing the book), I went to the library and picked up A Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin. A Game of Thrones is the first of seven novels… Continue reading A Song of Ice and Fire
I have no doubt that Douglas Wilson is a good man, and possibly even a great theologian and teacher. He has pastored Christ Church in Moscow, Idaho, for many years; he is on faculty at New St. Andrews College; and he as debated Christopher Hitchens. All that being said, his most recent book 5 Cities… Continue reading 5 Cities that Ruled the World – FINAL REVIEW
I am not a huge fan of Guinness. As I get older, I have warmed to it but it is not my favorite beer. (In case you’re wondering, that distinction goes to Sam Adams’ White Ale.) Perhaps it is because I’m not Irish. But I have always held Guinness in the highest regard because of… Continue reading Book Review – The Search for God and Guinness
A review of Donald Miller's most recent book A Million Miles in a Thousand Years.