Why You Need to Read Jonathan Dudley’s Broken Words

Broken Words

Jonathan Dudley sent me a copy of his Broken Words: The Abuse of Science and Faith in American Politics over a month ago, and I have been remiss in my promise to review it. But now that I've read it, let me put it this way: This is the book you need to read so that you can effectively counter evangelical Christians' opposition to abortion, marriage equality, and evolution. This is the book you need to give to every one of your evangelical friends and relatives.Jonathan Dudley and I have a … [Read more...]

The Hidden Power of Introverts

introvert

This month I was offered the opportunity to take part in Patheos' book club. I am reviewing Susan Cain's Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can't Stop Talking. It might initially seem like this book has little to do with the topics I regularly write about, but on further reflection I began to see some connections. And even beyond that, the book is simply fascinating.Cain outlines the history of what she calls "the extrovert ideal" and seeks to show that the potential and gifts of … [Read more...]


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