03
JUL
2013

Books for the Beach (Paddy Ducklow)

My “Book for the Beach” I give a ★★★ for the book and a ★★★★ for how it was read to me. Yes, you literalists, I didn’t actually read this book, I passively listened to it while half sleeping. Context is everything. Each day after teaching an “intensive” (4, 8-hour days translated into
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02
JUL
2013

Books for the Beach (Axel Schoeber)

Why would I be surprised? The church historian (just got his Ph.D. to complement his D.Min.) would like to sit beachside with John Calvin. Some of you may prefer “Crossroads” by Paul Young of “The Shack” fame, or the novel “A Secret Kept” by Tatiana
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02
JUL
2013

Books for the Beach (Craig Smith)

This is Craig’s vote for best beach book and it is a great one. It is also on my “Leadership” biblio so if you read it this summer, you can count it for reading credit for the course. Here is what Craig writes: This is an old book but one I recently read. Henri Nouwe
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02
JUL
2013

Books for the Beach (Barbara Mutch)

So here is Barbara Mutch’s vote for best “Book for the Beach.” I have enclosed her entire letter because all the words are so “her!” Good afternoon, Paddy Person.  I love being invited to suggest a book for beach reading!  The only problem is selecting wh
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10
JUN
2013

Books for the Beach (Jonathan Wilson)

I invited our professors to tell us what about books they would recommend as we lounge away our balmy summer days. Someone lounges in the summer somewhere doesn’t one? Anyway, I asked Jonathan Wilson, our professor of theology at Carey, worrying that he would advise some mildewy
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