Zachary Thomas Settle brings Paul Griffith’s Christian Flesh into conversation with Natalie Carnes’ Motherhood.
Tom C. Hunley spends an evening pondering 28,065 nights by Katie Manning.
Our Praxis editor reviews a new book by John Sexton, Baseball as a Road to God.
A review of James Cameron’s new film AVATAR that explores the historical and theological ideas of the film.
In this review, John Totten considers the Coen brothers’ latest film, A SERIOUS MAN, and how it speaks to our understanding of life and God.
Paul Jaussen reviews Žižek and Milbank’s THE MONSTROSITY OF CHRIST.
This is a review of William T. Cavanaugh’s Being Consumed: Economics and Christian Desire.
Cate Whetzel reviews Katie Ford’s “Colosseum,” a book of poems that “record [the] anxiety, trauma, and stunned sense of coping” of “the loss of New Orleans” and “the destruction and devastation of the classical world.”
A former mountain climber defies death, this time, from her wheelchair.