Eat With Joy is not “a pie-in-the-sky dream for obsessive foodies.”

My thanks to Wes Vander Lugt for this glowing review of Eat With Joy. Here are just a few of the lines that have me pawing the ground with my toe and going “Really? Thanks so much!”–

  • “In my mind, it combines the best of new food research with the best of biblical theology and Christian wisdom.”
  • “…it presents an uncompromising vision for “redeeming God’s gift of food” while showing how this vision is not just a pie-in-the-sky dream for obsessive foodies.”
  • “This combination of resolute vision and humble realism is hard to come by…”

You can find Wesley’s review–and the rest of his thoughtful blog–here.

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  • http://timfall.wordpress.com/ Tim

    What a great piece of encouragement, Rachel. Since it’s 3/14, though, shouldn’t that be Pi in the Sky?

    ;-)

    Tim

    • http://www.patheos.com/blogs/rachelmariestone Rachel Marie Stone

      ha ha ha! It SHOULD be Pi in the Sky!

    • dad

      Would you like that sliced or squared..?

  • http://timfall.wordpress.com/ Tim

    What a great piece of encouragement, Rachel. Since it’s 3/14, though, shouldn’t that be Pi in the Sky?

    ;-)

    Tim

    • http://www.patheos.com/blogs/rachelmariestone Rachel Marie Stone

      ha ha ha! It SHOULD be Pi in the Sky!

    • dad

      Would you like that sliced or squared..?

  • dad

    Sweeeeeeet! That’s what I like to see.

  • dad

    Sweeeeeeet! That’s what I like to see.


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