The Weekly Hit List: June 12, 2015

Cover ArtScot McKnight, at Jesus Creed, continued his series on Wesley Hill’s Spiritual Friendship.

One of the marks of “friendship” in our world is that they are the “freest, the least constrained, the least fixed and determined, of all human loves.” This from Wesley Hill, Spiritual Friendship, xiii, and a theme throughout his book.

A theme, in fact, that is seriously challenged by a proposal that Wes Hill offers, namely, that friendships ought perhaps to be more formally framed.

Other Spiritual Friendship Media:

Tim Challies reviewed Spiritual Friendship.

Spiritual Friendship was reviewed at Bob on Books.


Quick Hits:

Nonviolent Action by Ron Sider was reviewed at Panorama of a Book Saint.

A Vice Worth Pondering?” John Frye discusses avarice after reading Glittering Vices by Rebecca Konyndyk DeYoung.