The Weekly Hit List: March 2, 2012

Arthur Boers’ Living Into Focus: Choosing What Matters in an Age of Distractions was reviewed in the Englewood Review of Books.

They said:

“Boers takes a balanced look at technology, recommending not technological asceticism, but a critical look at how technology affects our attention, relationships, and time, our ability to place limits on our use and our possible addiction, and the way technology keeps us from being connected to our neighborhoods and environment. Here, again, Boers takes a practice-centered view, asking us to examine the consequences of our current practices and recommends alternative practices, such as the spiritual practice of consciousness examen and reclaiming sabbath, to counteract our distracting practices.”

Read the entire review here.

The past two weeks Living Into Focus has been featured in the Book Club. This has led to wonderful discussion and engagement with Boers’s book. Be sure to check it out.

On the “Jesus Creed” blog, RJS continued blogging on Peter Enns’s The Evolution of Adam in a post titled “Paul’s (First Century) Use of Scripture”.

Other bloggers have recently engaged with Enns’s book. Here are a few highlights:

Imago Dei Blog: “Some Visual Layouts”

Otagosh Blog: Part 1 and Part 2

Xenos Blog: “Adam and Paul”

Spirituality and the Awakening Self Giveaway

Congratulations to Terrance Tiessen, Edmund Fearon, Glenn Davis, Lesley Brighting, and Mark Lentz!

They have each won a copy of David Brenner’s Brazos book Spirituality and the Awakening Self: The Sacred Journey of Transformation.

Check back on Monday for our next Brazos Blog giveaway.