Top religion books of 2013

Enjoying some blessed time off during the holidays? Here are some reading suggestions from Religion News Service-- a list of the year's most intriguing religion books. "A Prayer Journal" by Flannery O'Connor and Reza Aslan's "Zealot" make the cut. What other books can you suggest that would be of interest to Cafe readers?

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Another lovely book about Jesus and food is The Food and Feasts of Jesus: Inside the World of First Century Fare, with Menus and Recipes, by Douglas E. Neeland and Joel A. Pugh, published by Rowman & Littlefield. It delves into the background of the many accounts of eating in the Gospels and gives the social setting and many recipes. A deep and rich account. It was published in 2012, but late in the year, I believe.

--Murdoch Matthew

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