This week we feature two selections
- Radical Jesus – Edited by Paul Buhle is arguably the first modern effort to convey through comic art the meaning of Jesus and his social message, not just in his own time, but also in the Radical Reformation, recent centuries, and in our own time. Telling the story of the committed minority who carried on Jesus’ work through the centuries, Radical Jesus interprets why this history is important in dealing with modern society’s overwhelming problems in global conflict, economics, politics, and the environment.
- Heart of the Country by Rene Gutteridge and John Ward: Can two prodigals return to families they abandoned, and will those families find the grace to forgive and forget? Will a marriage survive betrayal when there is nowhere to run but home? Sometimes to go forward, you have to go back.