The Gargoyle Code & Other Fun – What to Read this Lent

I’m reminded that Lent is around the corner, and that means you want a book to read.  I put together this list in 2012, and looking back every one of these titles remains a top pick of mine.  I’ve added a few updates to my comments.  Good books just don’t get outdated.  They don’t.  Enjoy! [Read More...]

Papal Economics, Anyone?

Hey book reading public, I’m working through my review copy of Papal Economics, and I could really use a discussion group. Anyone interested? Here’s the scoop: 1. It’s a good book. As analyses of the intersection between history, economic theory, papal encyclicals, and political ideology go, it’s eminently readable. I’m a good ways in, and [Read More...]

More Christianity by Fr. Dwight Longenecker

I returned to the Church through the side door. I had slipped away into agnosticism during college; when I’d reached the fullness of emptiness down that hallway, I wandered back Churchward via an initial false start at the U.U., and then a second attempt that landed me at a non-denominational, Evangelical congregation.  I can say [Read More...]


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