We’ve got quite the line-up of books to come. First, I want to announce a major series on racism. I, along with four other professors — Vincent Bacote (Wheaton), Soong-Cha Rah (North Park Seminary), and two of my department colleagues — Mary Veeneman and Boaz Johnson — will be reviewing and interacting with a challenging and provocative new book by J. Kameron Carter, Race: A Theological Account.
Our next “Friday is for Friends” book will Kathleen Norris’ new book, Acedia & Me: Marriage, Monks and the Writer’s Life.
And while CT has gone ga-ga over Andy Crouch’s new book, I want to dip into Culture Making: Recovering Our Creative Calling because of our commitment to think about Christ and culture in light of the work of John Stackhouse.