Given the faith-based nature of this website, one might assume a review of Hitchen’s, God is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything, would come in the form of a critique of the work or a defense of faith. Neither are true. Rather, as one who spent decades devoted to the understanding of Christianity Hitchen’s critiques, I believe his diagnosis is correct.
The History of Time and the Genesis of You offers a fresh look at the Genesis creation story. While dabbling in and respecting science, it is really about inviting the reader into a personal creation experience.
Race Matters falls into the category of must read. While he goes about addressing issues relevant to Black Americans, his words also serve as an invitation for White Americans to gain a greater understanding of people our society systemically dishonors from its very founding.
My dear friend, Scott Brown, introduced me to The Four Agreements in December of 2018. At the time, we were both part of the Dad Edge Alliance and after interacting a bit group discussion, I knew we needed to talk.
To describe the conversation as life-changing is to undersell it. The greatest impact comes from our ongoing conversation about The Four Agreements.
Before the prologue to Shadow Network ended I assumed after two chapters I would return it to Audible. Less than twenty-four hours later I finished listening to the thirteen and a half hour book.
My initial response stemmed from the highly partisan nature of the book. It came across more as conspiracy theory over something rooted in fact. However, as I listened I could not help but think back to my early political formation.