A Review of Five Smooth Stones for Pastoral Work
A Review of An Infinite Journey
A Review of Jesus and the Victory of God
Learning how we think can be a powerful tool for thinking better.
A so-so book about a slightly strange language.
A beautiful and fitting close to two men's ouevre.
My introduction to Kim Stanley Robinson (it was a good one).
Sometimes you just need “popcorn”—and this is exactly that.
Mary Robinette Kowal’s book is genuinely brilliant.
The sequel is almost as good as the first book.
A classic, Hugo- and Nebula-winning novel: I enjoyed it… but it felt a bit overrated.
A genuinely great programming book.
Hannah Anderson’s book on discernment is not perfect, but it is very good.
Most anthologies of essays are hit and miss. This one… isn’t.
I enjoyed Mary Robinette Kowal’s magic-meets-Regency-romance much more than I expected to.
Notes on the great work of Old English literature.
A rollicking sci-fi trilogy about the discovery of giant robot mecha.
A short and accessible history of “evangelicalism.”