Great Summer Reads: Do No Harm

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I’m a biiiiig fan of novels. In fact, I’ve been known to reward myself with fiction after I’ve read some certain number of nonfiction books. I used to think that made me something of a slacker. I mean, surely the great theologians don’t read fluffy stories before bed. Of course the scholars are always immersed [Read More...]

Great Summer Reads: Bleeder

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This is the sort of book that’s hard for me to review, because of the potential for spoilers.  So if I don’t say enough to suit you, let that be supporting evidence that you should read it for yourself.  I received a copy of this book for review, and I’ll admit that the title and [Read More...]

Great Summer Reads: The Screwtape Letters

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Though I don’t exclusively read fiction in the summer, I always want to. This summer’s no different, so I thought I would examine some of my favorite fiction reads and share them periodically throughout the summer. First up: The Screwtape Letters. Ah, here‘s an old friend. My battered old copy of Screwtape was marked and dog-eared and loved. It wasn’t [Read More...]


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