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Orientation vs Performance: GPS or GPA?

I got a chance to walk a dozen people through a “Moving the Needle” self-evaluation tool last Sunday night, and I was reminded of a couple of things I thought I would pass on to you (because I think anyone who is trying to take a next step or help others take a next step following Jesus will run into some of the same things). 1.810 kata lagi

Cultural Studies

Review of Paul Mason’s Clear Bright Future: A Radical Defence of the Human Being

By my reckoning, Paul Mason’s Clear Bright Future (2019) has received somewhat less attention than its landmark predecessor PostCapitalism (2015). Perhaps Brexit has sapped us of the ability to be otherwise stimulated, but there may be other explanations: as a piece of work it is more wide-ranging and eclectic (I cannot help but think of Mason as a kind of Anglo-Zizek at times), and perhaps less obviously zeitgeisty. 4.967 kata lagi

Anthromodernism

1st and 40

Have you ever been really discouraged in your discipleship journey?

This weekend kicks of the 100th season of the National Football League. My wife and I caught the fourth quarter of the Chicago Bears’ home opener against division rivals, the Green Bay Packers. 1.870 kata lagi

Cultural Studies

Review: Three Women

Hello readers!

“Based on years of immersive reporting, and told with astonishing frankness and immediacy, Three Women is a groundbreaking portrait of erotic longing in today’s America, exposing the fragility, complexity, and inequality of female desire with unprecedented depth and emotional power. 284 kata lagi

Book Reviews

Songspirals: Sharing Women's Wisdom of Country Through Songlines

Title: Songspirals: Sharing Women’s Wisdom of Country Through Songlines
Author: Gay’wu Group of Women
Published:
August 2019
Publisher: Allen and Unwin
Readership: Adult
Genre: Cultural Studies… 602 kata lagi

Omar El Akkad - American War

Omar El Akkad’s American War might be one of the most relentlessly depressing (fiction) books I have ever read.  That doesn’t make it untrue…

  • El Akkad uses his experience as a war correspondent to imagine a future in the US in which the South secedes (over a fossil fuel ban fer crissakes), a southerner assassinates the American president, soldiers at an army base open fire on southerners protesting, and five years of war (followed after brief cease-fires by another long period of fighting) result.
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The Small & The Invisible

Title: Dust

Author: Joseph A. Amato

Publisher: University of California Press

Length: 250 pages

I work at a used bookstore and am constantly confounding my co-workers with my eclectic taste in books. 397 kata lagi

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