The Weekly Hit List: February 14, 2014

iGods by Craig Detweiler was reviewed by Englewood Review of Books.

“As the dust continues to settle in the Information Age and we further acquiesce our lives to ever-evolving technologies, Detweiler presents an astute perspective that dually avoids blind embrace as well as stubborn discount of today’s most important technologies. . . .

“Hopefully, Craig Detweiler encourages others to continue the push and pull and give and take necessary to sustain this ever-changing dialogue regarding an ever-evolving world, and will force each of us to pause in the midst of our technologically obsessed days to reflect on the presence of God in every moment amidst whatever technology we may find ourselves utilizing.”

Read the rest of the review here.



Quick Hits:

iGods by Craig Detweiler was reviewed by Dr. Conrade Yap.

Videoof Educating All God’s Children author Nicole Baker Fulgham’s talk at Calvin College’s The January Series is now available.

Nicole Baker Fulgham will be speaking next weekend, February 21-22, at The Justice Conference.

The Bible Made Impossible by Christian Smith was quoted by pastor Paul VanderKlay.


Ebook Specials:

iGods: How Technology Shapes Our Spiritual and Social Lives by Craig Detweiler is only $8.99 (50% off) through February 15.

Singled Out: Why Celibacy Must Be Reinvented in Today’s Church by Christine A. Colón and Bonnie E. Field is only $2.99 (80% off) through February 15.

Glittering Vices: A New Look at the Seven Deadly Sins and Their Remedies by Rebecca Konyndyk DeYoung is only $2.99 (83% off) through February 20.