The Weekly Hit List: October 19, 2012

An excerpt from Just Politics by Ronald J. Sider was posted on

“. . .nonviolence frequently works! Even without much preparation and training, even without a large investment of money and personnel, nonviolent direct action has frequently been highly effective.

“One wonders what might be accomplished if all parts of the Christian church (in cooperation with all others who are interested) would get serious about investing resources, time, money, and people to explore what more could be done nonviolently to end injustice and prevent war.”

Read more of “War, Pacifism and a Third Option: Ron Sider explains how there’s a middle ground in the war debate” here.


Quick Hits:

Just Politics by Ronald J. Sider was recommended by Eric Roseberry on his blog.

The Space Between by Eric Jacobsen, author of Sidewalks in the Kingdom, was reviewed by Englewood Review of Books.

The Space Between was also reviewed by Kaid Benfield on The Atlantic Cities blog.


Ebook Specials and Other Offers:

October ebook specials are currently running for multiple Brazos Press and Baker Academic titles. All of these are at least 75% off.

Deconstructing Theodicy by David B. Burrell
Song of Songs (BTCB series) by Paul J. Griffiths
Under the Influence by Monica Ganas
The Mind and the Machine by Matthew Dickerson
John (Paideia series) by Jo-Ann A. Brant
The Fall of Interpretation by James K. A. Smith
Killing Enmity by Thomas R. Yoder Neufield
Finding Your Plot in a Plotless World by Daniel de Roulet
Second Corinthians (CCSS series) by Thomas D. Stegman, SJ
A Liturgy of Grief by Leslie C. Allen