Tag Archives: Non-fiction

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.

Continue reading

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.

Continue reading

Live Not By Lies: A Manual for Christian Dissidents

All in all, Dreher produces something that is all too rare: a Christian book that critiques American culture without whining about how “nothing’s the same anymore” and falling into easy nostalgia. He makes strong arguments that things are getting darker, then pushes American Christians to both be aware of their mistakes and to prepare for the future.

Continue reading

The Single Dad Detour: Directions for Fathering After Divorce

While the author doesn’t give in-depth theological explanations about how Christians should view divorce, single parenting and remarriage, he does help single fathers understand some important Biblical principles which apply to their situations.

Continue reading