Book Review

Ode to Travel

by Wendy Hinman

In his memoir "Ode to Travel", Patrick Trefz combines intriguing photographs with recipes and stories, reflecting on his multilayered, global experiences. Trefz is an acclaimed photographer, filmmaker, surfer, and chef who champions the... Read More

Book Review

Nosh

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Healthful and ecoconscious, the plant-based recipes compiled in chef and nutritionist Micah Siva’s cookbook "Nosh" riff on global Jewish traditions with palate-expanding innovations. Rooted in memories of her bubbe’s kitchen,... Read More

Book Review

Trash

by John M. Murray

Interfaith chaplain Cedar Monroe’s "Trash" is a case study in the US’s rampant poverty problem. Discussing poverty with particular emphasis on poor white Americans, Monroe’s book is focused on the homeless and housing-insecure... Read More

Book Review

The Afternoon of Christianity

by Jeremiah Rood

Analytical and prescient, Tomáš Halík’s stunning theology book "The Afternoon of Christianity" makes projections about the future of Christian faith in light of the sweeping demographic and cultural changes it faces. Clear and... Read More

Book Review

I Cheerfully Refuse

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Illuminating a dystopian landscape with hope and love, Leif Enger’s magnificent novel "I Cheerfully Refuse" follows a grieving bibliophile’s sailing quest across the Great Lakes. Rainy, a bear of a man born in a climate-changed time,... Read More

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