Glittering Vices 2

This post is by John Frye. We are reviewing the excellent book Glittering Vices: A New Look at the Seven Deadly Sins and Their Remedies by Rebecca Konyndyk DeYoung, professor of philosophy at Calvin College. I asked in the last post if you know the names of the seven capital vices. Rebecca opens the book [Read More...]

Glittering Vices

John Frye has written this post. Glittering Vices Part 1  We all need help with the seven deadly sins. Rebecca Konyndyk DeYoung (PhD, University of Notre Dame) is Professor of Philosophy at Calvin College. She has written a very readable, riveting, popular book about the seven deadly sins (capital vices) titled Glittering Vices: The Seven [Read More...]

Benefits of Reading Books

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Why Choose Paper over E-Book? An Infographic

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What Do You Get When You Combine These?

What do you get when you combine laser-like prose, masterful wit, an eye for BS matched for a penchant for vulgarity, a Lutheran-like perception of how law works in the Bible, an obsession with the magnitude of grace, an authentic admission of sinfulness, a progressive stance on homosexuality in the church, an informed sense of [Read More...]

Jesus Creed Books of the Year for 2013

I make no claim to be complete or comprehensive or even fair to the book world. Each year I nominate Books of the Year on the basis of books I become aware of, not on the basis of a comprehensive list of books. So, here are my this year’s nominations. If you have others, speak [Read More...]

Two Strong Book Recommendations

So many books cross my desk that it’s not even remotely possible to blog about them nor is it fair, most of the time, to provide a kind of “Books Received” list at the end of each week or month. Every book that crosses my desk … I give a good look to see if [Read More...]

Reading Tolstoy Will…

… increase and develop your social and emotional skills. Comment below. A new study published this week in Science concludes that you may get something unexpected from reading great literary works: more finely-tuned social and emotional skills. Conducted by Emanuele Castano and David Comer Kidd (researchers in the psych department at the New School for Social Research), the study determined that readers [Read More...]

Saturday Book Review: James D. Bratt

A repost of what we posted Tuesday, just in case you didn’t see it. That post fits in this slot too. It would as easy to exaggerate his influence as it is for some to ignore his influence, but at least a major voice behind all of evangelical political action — from Francis Schaeffer and [Read More...]

Summer Reading

Somehow I saw a bundle of summer reading suggestions including that of Albert Mohler, who must like to read about war. I will recommend another kind of ten (or more) summer reading books, this one about theologians. What are you reading? Paul C. Gutjahr, Charles Hodge: Guardian of American Orthodoxy. James Brabazon, Albert Schweitzer: A [Read More...]


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