Pain and Consequences for the Second Generation of the Children of God

Book review: Jesus Freaks, by Don Lattin This was an okay book, but nowhere near a great one, and I’d say there are multiple reasons not to read it. One of them being that Elton John’s “Tiny Dancer” will be stuck in your head nonstop for the duration of reading it. I kid! (that song’s the best) but we need something lighthearted while delving into … Continue reading Pain and Consequences for the Second Generation of the Children of God

Memoir of a Murder, But So Much More

Book review: The Red Parts, by Maggie Nelson The Red Parts defies categorization. In the broadest terms it’s a memoir, but it’s also true crime, literary theory, narrative nonfiction, social commentary, philosophy, and in case you’re in doubt about any of its genres or topics, it’s written with a beautiful poetic voice, just making it really enjoyable to read. It’s also a book partly about … Continue reading Memoir of a Murder, But So Much More