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Eat this Bible

In this review we tease out the conversation between Rachel Held Evans’ Inspired and Eugene Peterson’s Eat This Book

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Book Review: Phyllis Tickle: A Life

We review Jon Sweeney’s biography of Phyllis Tickle. An authorized biography by a friend could result in a cloying hagiography, but Sweeney writes about Tickle honestly, flaws and all.

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