Nicholas Wolterstorff: Looking back on a life of wonder and grief

Book cover detail Excerpt: ‘In This World of Wonders: Memoir of a Life in Learning’ FacebookTwitterEmailPrint In this interview, an icon in Christian philosophy talks about the wonder, growth and pain in his professional and personal life. Tuesday, April 16, 2019 Nicholas Wolterstorff describes his life as gratitude and sorrow intertwined. In his new memoir, … Continue reading “Nicholas Wolterstorff: Looking back on a life of wonder and grief”

Why Are We Here? A Meditation on Canada

WHY ARE WE HERE? A Meditation on Canada by Mary Jo Leddy Novalis  Toronto February, 2019 103 pages. Paperback. $12.89 CAD ISBN #978-2=89688-580-0.Publishers Promo: Acclaimed author and human rights advocate Mary Jo Leddy examines the moral challenges facing Canada in this time of social exclusion and environmental ruin. She focuses particularly on three of our … Continue reading “Why Are We Here? A Meditation on Canada”

Book: A Journey to Hell 700 Years After Dante

Posted March 21, 2019 “In Dante’s Footsteps: My Journey to Hell”: a compelling modern for fans of the classic. “In Dante’s Footsteps: My Journey to Hell” is the creation of Charles Patterson, an award-winning author, historian, and teacher based out of New York City. Patterson writes, “This modern divine comedy, based on the original Divine … Continue reading “Book: A Journey to Hell 700 Years After Dante”

Power For Life: Inspirational Guidance for Daily Living

POWER FOR LIFE Inspirational Guidance for Daily Living, by David Preston Sharp Wood Lake Publishing, Kelowna, BC. March, 2019 $24.95 Trade Paper. 246 pages. ISBN #1-77343-159-8Publisher’s Promo:Spiritual growth and learning involve change in behaviour. Just like it is not easy to swing a golf club and hit a great drive every time, daily living is … Continue reading “Power For Life: Inspirational Guidance for Daily Living”

L. Roger Owens: Midlife as a time of discovery, not a problem to be solved

A walkway at Beechwood Farms Nature Reserve in Pennsylvania, which author L. Roger Owens visited, alone and with his family, over the course of a year. Photo by Rachel Handel FacebookTwitterEmailPrint Instead of sinking into the feeling of being stuck, a seminary professor set a goal of taking 40 walks to mark his 40th birthday. He then wrote … Continue reading “L. Roger Owens: Midlife as a time of discovery, not a problem to be solved”