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I am reposting this column, “Books you will Need in the New Year” by Bo Sanders which was originally posted on Homebrewed Christianity.
Books You Will Need In The New Year
November 27, 2013 by Bo Sanders Leave a Comment
As long as you are Christmas shopping, you might as well pick up some resources that will be helpful in 2014!
In early 2014 we have an Eco-Theology series called “Home
Brewed Grown Christianity” all about-earth care and lovin’ God. It will be a 5 part series with a TNT follow-up will be the final (6th) in the initial run.
Episode 1: Leah Kostamo Planted: A Story of Creation, Calling, and Community Kindle ($9.99) Paperback ($17.99)
Episode 2: Matthew Sleeth Serve God Save The Planet , The Gospel According to the Earth & 24/6 about Sabbath. (Kindle $2.99)
Episode 3: Jennifer Butler is part of the new Christian Earthkeeping emphasis at George Fox Seminary. She is co-author of the upcoming book On Earth As In Heaven due out in November.
Episode 4: Randy Woodley with Shalom and the Community of Creation: an Indigenous Vision
You are also going to want to pick up Colonialism, Han, and the Transformative Spirit by Grace Ji-Sun Kim – whose HBC interview comes out this week.
We aslo have interviews coming up with Bruce Reyes-Chow author of But I Don’t See You as Asian: Curating Conversations About Race and Carol Howard Merritt about her books Reframing Hope and Tribal Church.
You might want to get ready for our special series on Practical Theology by picking up Greenhouses of Hope edited by Dori Grinenko Baker.
We have also been notified on good authority (by the author) that The Insistence of God is coming out on audible!!! Get the Kindle edition or paperback to follow along.
OH! Don’t forget about the upcoming 2014 interview with our favorite liberation theologian Joerg Rieger – Religion, Theology, and Class: Fresh Engagements after Long Silence (New Approaches to Religion and Power). It shall be EPIC.
All in all it looks like there is something here on the list for every theology nerd in your life! I will also ask Callid & Tripp if they have a couple of suggestions …
Bo was born in Ohio, learned to talk in Georgia, was raised in Chicago and went to High School in Saskatchewan, Canada. He married a girl from Montana, they moved to New York for a year and then went to college in Redding, California. Their first church was in Saratoga, NY and before Claremont, California they lived in the Pacific Northwest where Bo attended school in Portland. They have been married for 20 years. As a couple, they go to used bookstores, cook slow meals together, and watch PBS. Life and ministry have led them on adventures in over 18 countries. Follow this blog on FaceBook or connect with Bo there.
Bo is a student at Claremont in Practical Theology: Religious Education – fascinated with the intersection of Theology & Culture. Co-host of the Homebrewed Christianity Podcast. Co-conspirator at The Loft LA.
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