A History of the World in 6 Glasses (Tom Standage; 2005)

Books / Ordinary Life

Drinking over time This book is good summer reading—a story full of odd facts, fascinating historical connections and humorous anecdotes that I didn’t really…

Race, Economics and Apologetics: Is There a Connection? (Luke Bobo; 2019)

Books / Community / Pluralistic World / Scripture

Embodying the gospel Margie and I heard Luke Bobo—no stranger to the pages of Critique—speak on this topic and hoped to publish his talk.…

Redeeming Transcendence in the Arts: Bearing Witness to the Triune God (Jeremy Begbie, 2018)

Art / Books

Art and transcendence The West today is secularized, meaning that increasingly it is believed that human purpose and flourishing can be achieved without reference…

Leadership in Turbulent Times (Doris Kearns Goodwin, 2018)

Books / Pluralistic World

Studies in leadership Doris Kearns Goodwin is the best sort of historian: a careful scholar who teaches by telling compelling stories. In Leadership in…

In Praise of Wasting Time (Alan Lightman, 2018)

Books / Work and Rest

The pace of kingdom living Alan Lightman, novelist and physicist at MIT, thinks we need to slow down and reflect on how our lives…

Brief Answers to the Big Questions (Stephen Hawking, 2018)

Books / Discernment / Pluralistic World

The Reason for No God My first thought upon picking up Stephen Hawking’s 2018 book, Brief Answers to the Big Questions is that it is…