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Laurie Johnston
Amanda Ripley’s new book offers powerful advice on how to step outside the traps we all fall into when navigating situations of conflict.
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Renée Darline Roden
In his analysis of Western theological education, Willie James Jennings argues for an institution that does not replicate structures of exclusion or division, but rather reflects the image of the body of Christ.
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Ciaran Freeman
Sally Rooney writes for an audience that lacks faith in an institutional church, yet yearns for something to believe in. She writes for me and my friends.
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Ron Marasco
Beyond all its virtuosity and shine, James Merrill's writing style always had a canny, wry and often mensch-like grasp of human nature.
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Erika Rasmussen
Tola Rotimi Abraham is from Lagos, Nigeria. She writes this, her debut novel, with one foot placed in the intimate and communal confines of Lagos and the other inside her characters’ heads.
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Harry Readhead
Alex Michaelides's new novel is a taut and diligently plotted detective story, entertaining as well as readable in a single sitting.