Charles Camosy writes his book in light of our current cultural experience. Camosy’s focus is neither political nor partisan. His aim is to articulate a moral vision for America that is grounded in the value of life as an inherent good from God.
Arthur C. Brooks doesn’t just stick a toe into the current divisive political climate, he dives in headfirst with his book, Love Your Enemies.
Dan P. McAdams’ book, The Redemptive Self: Stories Americans Live By, is a book about virtue, about culture, and about our commitment to future generations.
The evidence is indisputable—we are entering unchartered territory in the history of the American church, and perhaps it would help to understand the motivating factors for Gen Z.
“The 15:17 to Paris” attempts to deal with the very familiar God-and-Country themes, but doesn't quite deliver. Instead it succeeds in perpetuating stereotypes.