Books

Books

Beethoven for a Later Age, by Edward Dusinberre

The sacred is experienced in liminal spaces where profound silence happens. But behind the silence is activity.

Transformed by Spirit-Chi

A review of Grace Ji-Sun Kim

The Spirit’s loving, life-giving, transformative power—Divine Eros—connects us, moves within us, and can heal the wounds of our division.

The Woman, the Hour, and the Garden, by Addison Hodges Hart

Hart’s vision is at once allegorical, moral, and eschatological. Christ, married to the church, draws us into deeper life with God.

Shadows of a saint

Charles Williams’s magical Christianity

Williams was at once theologian, mystic, poet, novelist, editor, playwright, and critic, not to mention (possibly) a living Anglican saint.

The morality of drone warfare

A review of Kenneth R. Himes, OFM

How might Christian communities take up war-making and peacemaking as acts of discipleship?