Tag: New Books

  • New Books: The Monstrosity of Christ, Evangelicals and Empire, and Lessig’s Remix

    Here are a few new books on their way out, or already published, that I want to highlight. The Monstrosity of Christ by Slavoj Žižek and John Milbank. The book is about secularism, politics and the future of Christianity between two unlikely characters: John Milbank, the main proponent of the academically-heady, yet provocative, ‘Radical Orthodoxy’ […]

  • Peter Rollins and The Fidelity of Betrayal

     Peter Rollins new book, “The Fidelity of Betrayl: Towards a Church Beyond Belief” is soon to release (June). Today I got a chance to take a peak at the prologue and introduction to the book and I’m really excited about the book for a few reasons.  First, I loved his first book and still think […]

  • New From the Bookshelf Intro | MacIntyre, Root and Caputo

    I’ve decided along with my other segments (like Dress Down Friday, Flickr Pics, and Quotations) on ol’ “gathering in light” that I’d start doing a little segment on new books that I come across at the bookstore that you may (or may not) find interesting. I am going to try and be fairly diverse in […]