Daily Archives: November 21, 2018

Review: The Gospel in Dorothy Sayers

Originally posted on Bob on Books:
The Gospel in Dorothy L. Sayers, Dorothy L. Sayers with an Appreciation by C. S. Lewis, edited by Carole Vanderhoof. Walden, NY: Plough Publishing, 2018. Summary: An anthology of Sayers’ work organized by theological topics,…

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Book Review: The Clash Of The Cultures

Originally posted on Edge Induced Cohesion:
The Class Of The Cultures:  Investiment vs. Speculation, by John C. Bogle When one has read a few books by Bogle [1], one quickly understands that he is the sort of writer who continually…

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Book Review: Don’t Count On It!

Originally posted on Edge Induced Cohesion:
Don’t Count On It!:  Reflections On Investment Illusions, Capitalism, “Mutual” Funds, Indexing, Entrepreneurship, Idealism, And Heroes, by John. C. Bogle If you’ve read books by the author before, and I have [1], there is…

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Cur Deus Homo // St. Anselm.

Originally posted on sl.:
Cur Deus Homo, without a doubt, is a magisterial and seminal work on atonement. Sadly, though, St. Anselm has in recent decades garnered a bad, even heinous, reputation amongst some theological circles. Being “the father of satisfaction…

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My Name is Asher Lev // Chaim Potak.

Originally posted on sl.:
“Draw me something pretty…make the world pretty, my Asher.” // Rivkeh Lev. “My name is Asher Lev, the Asher Lev…the notorious and legendary Lev of the Brooklyn Crucifixion” // Asher Lev. My Name is Asher Lev is horrifyingly…

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Atonement, Law, and Justice // Adonis Vidu.

Originally posted on sl.:
Atonement, Law, and Justice is both an ambitious attempt and a bit of a quandary: Did Adonis Vidu write two books in one? Here’s what I mean. The first five chapters brief over two thousand years…

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