Sunday, 1 January 2012

Englewood Review of Books 2, 1 (Advent 2011)

The Advent 2011 issue of Englewood Review of Books is now available.

This one contains an interview with Jamie Arpin-Ricci, author of The Cost of Community, which explores the Sermon on the Mount, the life of St. Francis and his community’s struggle to follow both. It also reviews Brian Walsh’s new book on Bruce Cockburn, Thomas Yoder Neufeld’s Killing Enmity, on violence in the New Testament, and looks back at Neil Postman’s ‘classic’, Amusing Ourselves to Death.

Those outside North America are able to sign up for a free electronic edition, kindly delivered to your inbox as an attached pdf.

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