Book Review

Book Review: Flickering Pixels: How Technology Shapes Your Faith

March 1st, 2012

by Shane Hipps (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2009. 208 pp) Before committing to professional vocational ministry, Shane Hipps held a position with Porsche Cars North America working on communications strategy. After a stint in the corporate world, he received a master of divinity from Fuller Theological Seminary. Hipps pastored Trinity Mennonite Church in Phoenix, Arizona, before […]

Book Review: The Imperfectionists

March 6th, 2010

by Tom Rachman (New York: The Dial Press, 2010. 272 pp) Tom Rachman studied at the University of Toronto and Columbia University. Rachman worked as an editor and reporter for the Associated Press before moving to Paris to take a job as an editor for the International Herald Tribune. He now lives in Rome. Book […]

Book Review: From the Garden to the City

March 1st, 2010

by John Dyer (Grand Rapids: Kregel, 2011, 192 pages) John Dyer is Executive Director of Communications and Educational Technology at Dallas Theological Seminary. He has published articles in Collide Magazine and Christianity Today and authors the blog donteatthefruit.com. Book review by Dr. David Stearns Technology and Culture “One of the most dangerous things you can […]

Book Review: The Art of the Commonplace

March 1st, 2010

By Wendell Berry; edited by Norman Wirzba (Berkeley: Counterpoint, 2003. 352 pp.) Born in rural Kentucky, Wendell Berry is a farmer, critic, and prolific author. He has published many novels, essays, poems, and short stories. He obtained a Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship and taught English at New York University before taking a position on faculty at […]

Book Review: Business for the Common Good

March 1st, 2010

by Kenman L. Wong and Scott B. Rae (Downers Grove: IVP Academic, 2011. 288 pp) Kenman Wong, professor of business ethics at Seattle Pacific University, teaches courses in the fields of ethics and microfinance. A graduate of Biola University, the University of Washington, and the University of Southern California (where he received his doctorate in […]