Archive for October, 2011

Monday of 15th Sunday after Trinity – 2 Corinthians 10

Share2 Corinthians 10 Whether we acknowledge it or not, every day we are in the middle of a great spiritual war.  Because we grew up in the middle of this war and have gotten used to the sounds and smells of war; because we were born on the wrong and losing side of the war […]

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The Book of Man by William J. Bennett

ShareGives a Vision and Stories of How to be a Virtuous Man A lot of us have figured out that there is a lack of male leadership in our culture these days. It’s easy to lament this fact but more difficult to do something about it. William Bennett, the compiler of the excellent Book of […]

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Christian Spirituality – Alister McGrath

ShareSimple, Useful Introduction to Christian Spirituality Alister McGrath is a prolific Evangelical Anglican scholar.  He’s written on a wide variety of subjects related to Christianity, ranging from very scholarly works to popular works.  “Christian Spirituality” occupies the middle ground: it can be used as a brief reference for more serious study but is also accessible […]

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Celebration of Discipline – Richard Foster

ShareHas Led Many to Use and Celebrate the Spiritual Disciplines Richard Foster has served the Church and Christians well by writing this book, “Celebration of Discipline.”  Modern Christians have so separated their head knowledge from their heart knowledge and behavior that our faith is weak.  It’s no wonder that many people are leaving the faith […]

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Addiction and Virtue – Kent Dunnington

ShareAddiction and Virtue – Kent Dunnington Very Important Christian Understanding of Addiction and Its Meaning “Addiction and Virtue” is a book lover’s dream. It’s a book with a big and important idea, presented in an original thesis, and compellingly argued. What Kent Dunnington has done is to provide us with an extremely important book about […]

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