… or thereabouts. The software doesn’t allow scheduling the end of a sale on the hour, but I will do it personally about that time as books are already shipping. This is your last chance to get the pre-order price of $10.49. Also, check the eBooks tab on the catalog page to see the listing for the Kindle edition, which is just $6.99.
Herold Weiss, author of Energion title Finding My Way in Christianity: Recollections of a Journey, asks the question: Was the cross a foregone conclusion?. The full humanity of Jesus is involved in his answer.
Kenneth W. Arthur’s new book Out of the Ashes: Constructive Theology for those Burned out on Christianity is now available on Google Play.
Initial thoughts. [Link corrected]
. . . on Grief: Finding the Candle of Light. This will allow posting of the final two parts of the home video of Henry and Jody Neufeld discussing the book and grief in general.
Energion author David Alan Black is offering a seminar at Shepherds Theological Seminary. In this picture, provided by Thomas Hudgins, he is signing copies of his book Why Four Gospels?.
Bob Cornwall reviews The River of Life, a recent release. While not agreeing entirely with the author, Bob appreciates the call for dialogue leading, we hope, to less division. He concludes: The world is fragmented – as noted by my own denomination (we call ourselves a “movement of wholeness in a fragmented world”). If the…