In January, I announced my dad’s latest book, Post-Christian: A Guide to Contemporary Thought and Culture. I posted about it here. I promptly read it halfway, stopped, and started over from the beginning. It’s half a year later and I still haven’t written a review. It was simply a lot to digest. I’d read it. Think it through. Reread the chapter. Or section. 🙂 But at long last, here’s my review.
Category Archives: Reviews
Today’s post is a review of Lutheran author Colleen Oakes‘ first in a series, Wendy Darling. (She has completed this series and also has two other series. One even translated into German!!) But before I forget to have a single reminder about my own July sale, here it is. Today is the FINAL day to use the 40% off coupon code TSXMC2RC. Purchasers in the USA have a flat shipping rate of $2.99. Click on my store above or link to this post for more details.
My summer reading is varying pretty wildly by this point. Oklahoma is hot. The family needs a vacation, and there are so many boiling-point topics that I’m just about fried. (Mixed metaphor, but I don’t have the energy left to fight or deny it!). So I added one of Bryan Wolfmueller’s free PDFs to my Kindle: And Take They Our Life. Here’s my review.
I’m trying to relearn piano for church. Ideally I’d like to work my way up to organ, but for now I’m re-educating my fingers and trying to whip the fog out of my bass-clef reading skills.