The System Has a Soul by Hunter Baker

Even if you don't agree with his perspective I think you will find Hunter a fair and clear guide to many of these issues and debates. Rather than amp up the outrage, he tries to bring a calm, prudent style and tone. Even amongst the controversy and strongly held opinions he seeks out common ground and a consistent sense of civility.

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The System Has a Soul by Hunter Baker

Even if you don't agree with his perspective I think you will find Hunter a fair and clear guide to many of these issues and debates. Rather than amp up the outrage, he tries to bring a calm, prudent style and tone. Even amongst the controversy and strongly held opinions he seeks out common ground and a consistent sense of civility.

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Ten of my favorite reads in 2009

Ten of my favorite reads in 2009

I thought it would be appropriate to look back over the books I read in 2009 and pick out a few of my favorites.  Keep in mind what follows is my list of favorite reads in 2009 not books published in 2009. And the list is not in particular order or rank. 1) John the Baptizer by Brooks Hansen: No matter your faith background, or lack of it, or your knowledge of the Bible, or lack of it, I highly recommend John The Baptizer.  Its blends the historical and the literary in ways that defy genre...

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The End of Secularism by Hunter Baker

The End of Secularism by Hunter Baker

It is always a bit nerve racking when friends write books.  I mean, what if you don’t like it?  Or worse it is very poorly done? Well, luckily I dodged that particular bullet with The End of Secularism by Hunter Baker.  I have never met the good Dr. Baker (not to confuse you with his wife who is an actual doctor) but have become friends with him over the years through our participation at Red State and other conservative venues. So I was quite happy to find that Hunter’s book was...

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