Over 70 clergywomen contribute to a devotional and prayer book–and it is amazing.
Revealed by Rev. Hannah Adair Bonner, “The Anatomy of Peace” places White Male language in the mouths of fictional POCs and ethnic struggles in the Holy Land. Why is that problematic?
Review of DJ del Rosario’s book for this Lenten season.
Review of “How Jesus Saves the World From Us” by Morgan Guyton, from Westminster John Knox.
Holy Humor and Horror Stories Let’s be honest…religious professionals deal with a whole lot of crazy: parishioners, denominational expectations, and our own lives. And when you add onto that list the different ways that women in ministry are treated and experience ministry, then we should be high-fiving every woman in ministry because they have to […]
Note: From time to time, publishers or authors will send me free books in exchange for a review on this blog. I accept a small percentage of the offers, and my reviews are always my honest assessment, not a paid advertisement. You can see previous reviews here. The Ragamuffin Bible is an NIV Bible interspersed […]
UPDATE: As of this posting, there’s a free ebook of “selections” from Love to Stay for you to read. Click here and make sure it says “free” when you check out. Love to Stay is the latest book by Rev. Adam Hamilton, pastor of Church of the Resurrection, which is the largest United Methodist Church […]
Contributed article on Star Wars and SeminaryThanks to this blog, I’m now published in two anthologies. The first was “The Legend of Zelda and Theology” last fall. And now the second is in “Keeping the Faith in Seminary” edited by Ellen Roscher. It would be a great book for the soon-to-be seminarian who is in […]
As you recall, a few months back we polled our readership for features for a United Methodist iPhone app. It was ludicrous that it’s 2011 and there’s no official UMC app for one of the places where people’s eyes are the most: the iPhone. Ludicrous. Luckily, that’s been changed. There’s now an official UMC App […]
#SpeakEasyDarwinPrayerDisclaimer: I received this book free via Mike Morrell and the viralbloggers network. I’m happy to review materials with the only stipulation that I am able to write my own opinions. So I can be bought…but what you buy may not be what you expected! Ha! Darwin and the Church was a topic recently on UMNS. A […]