God Marks a Hero Differently than the World Does: Jesus Feminist

I began reading Jesus Feminist: An Invitation to Revisit the Bible’s View of Women (2013) with the impression that I was going to learn about how Jesus was a feminist.  After all, my own feminist leanings began because of how well the feminist theory I was studying as a master’s student seemed to line up... Continue Reading →

Depth and Reflection in The Wind in the Willows

I tried to read The Wind in the Willows (1908) by Kenneth Grahame and number 30 on the BBC book list to my daughter, but after a few pages, she said, “I don’t understand what is going on.”  I couldn’t blame her.  It turned out to be a fun story, but the prose is somewhat... Continue Reading →

My Favorite Christmas Books

I just discovered that I’m not a Christmas book reader.  I got excited about writing a post for you about some of my favorite Christmas books, and then I realized that I didn’t have many.  I haven’t even read very many!  So, here are those I have come up with as “favorites,” but they honestly... Continue Reading →

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