The death of a spouse is a monumental event, regardless of how good or bad the marital relationship was in life. Divorce provokes many of the same emotions as death, with the added stress of seeing one’s ex after the divorce is... Read More
August 13, 2010
Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published August 13, 2010. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in August 2010.
“We are all addicted, to a greater or lesser degree, to something,” Chönyi Taylor writes in her work on breaking addictive habits. “The most insidious addiction is not drug related, but our addiction to our own self-pity and small... Read More
“Who is my neighbor?” This is a key question for Christians and is the foundation of one of Jesus’ most well-known parables: that of the Good Samaritan. The question is also the impetus for Ben Daniel’s "Neighbor", in which the... Read More
This is an account of forced stillness and its unexpected gifts. Suddenly stricken with a rare and mystifying neurological illness, bedridden and drained of energy, Elisabeth Tova Bailey is brought to a studio apartment, far away from... Read More
“Speak for those who cannot speak for themselves, defend those who cannot defend themselves, and plead the cause of those in need.” — Proverbs 31:8-9 There are few issues more divisive than the question of when life begins. How one... Read More
Arvid Jansen is standing on the precipice of loss. He is losing his mother, who has recently been diagnosed with cancer. His marriage is also dying, as is Communism, which has formed the basis of Arvid’s beliefs since he was a young... Read More