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Irrevocable


Learning to communicate grace in our difficulty and brokenness—including the physical kind. . . . John M. Espy. Irrevocable: A Story of Human Aphasia and Divine Grace. 400p., $17.99, Deep River Books. The ability to express and understand written and … Continue reading

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The Brutality of Salvation


A friend sent me this one, and I get why. The most obvious being: She’d grown accustomed to kicking my butt in the five-plus years we’d worked together — and now being 1,000 miles apart, she sent this book to stand … Continue reading

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It’s Easier to Talk About Grace Than to Give It in a Book Review


I wanted to like this book; I really did. And once again, I got sucked in by the recommendations (and the apparently now-near-obligatory Rick Warren imprimatur foreword). But when all is said and done, it just left me kind of … Continue reading

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