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Subversive: Christ, Culture, and the Shocking Dorothy L. Sayers

Downing shows that Sayers’ ideas haven’t aged much. If anything, they may be more important today than in her own lifetime. A terrific book on an underrated and under-read Christian thinker.

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Reclaimed: How Jesus Restores Our Humanity in a Dehumanized World

Christians interested in what defines human dignity, how to defend it, and the particular problems that secularism has with defending human dignity.

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Room of Marvels (Expanded Edition)

Whether or not this book works well as a novel, it does quite well as a philosophical dialogue about doubt and faith. One part C.S. Lewis, one part Socrates and thoroughly compelling, Room of Marvels will help many readers find deeper answers to hard questions.

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