Not Learning Enough from the Past

The Spiritual Practice of Remembering By Margaret Bendroth Eerdmans, pp. 142, $16 Review by Mark Michael Margaret Bendroth’s job surely manages to be among the most fascinating and frustrating in Americ... Read More...

Serious and Joyful

The Great Passion A Novel By James Runcie Bloomsbury, 260 pp., $28 Review by Christine Havens In his sermon for the Third Sunday of Easter, the rector of my church referred to Bach’s writing of St. Mat... Read More...

An Elegant and Multi-Layered History

Privilege and Prophecy  Social Activism in the Post-War Episcopal Church By Robert Tobin Oxford University Press, pp. 392, $35 Review by Sheryl A. Kujawa-Holbrook Privilege and Prophecy focuses on the internal conflicts and cultural shifts experienced... Read More...

By Word and Deed

Gospel Witness Through the Ages A History of Evangelism By David M. Gustafson Eerdmans, pp. 471, $39.99 Reviewed by Grant LeMarquand Years ago, when I was a theological student in Montreal, our parish ... Read More...

God Speaks Amid the Mess

A Post-COVID Catechesis By Victor Lee Austin Cascade Books, pp. 88, $14 Review by James Stambaugh It may have been premature in the Year of our Lord 2022 to publish a book with “Post-COVID” in the title... Read More...

Pusey Vindicated

Grace and Incarnation The Oxford Movement’s Shaping of the Character of Modern Anglicanism By Bruce D. Griffith with Jason R. Radcliff Pickwick, pp. 216, $26 Review by Chip Prehn The authors believe the Oxford Movement (1833-45) is important. They bel... Read More...

Painting Exclusively in Green

Our Last Best Act Planning for the End of Our Lives to Protect the People and Places We Love By Mallory McDuff Broadleaf Books, pp. 211, $18.99 Review by Douglas LeBlanc In a brisk and inquisitive styl... Read More...