The Weekly Hit List: February 3, 2012

In addition to the fantastic bloggers who participated in our Evolution of Adam Blog Tour, several other blogs engaged with Peter Enns’s important book this week. Here are some links:

“RJS” at the “Jesus Creed” blog wrote another wonderful piece engaging with Enns’s book.

“(Youth) Ministry in Progress” posted a review.

Paul at “Disoriented. Reoriented.” posted a review.

“Awaiting A White Robe” posted twice on the book: Part 1   Part 2

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John Pattison, at “Slow Church,” posted an interview he conducted with Miroslav Volf for a future article in Neue magazine. In it, Volf says:

“The book has been a long time in gestation. Indeed, the individual pieces, though written with the unity in mind, have been written across a relatively wide swath of time – some 15 years if I recall correctly, and one even older than that. I have been thinking about these issues for quite some time. A Public Faith was the result. ”

Read the interview here.

 

Today Only: Free Hip-Hop Redemption Ebook

For one day only, you can get an ebook copy of Ralph Basui Watkins’s Hip-Hop Redemption: Finding God in the Rhythm and the Rhyme for free!

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Video: Hop-Hop Theology!

Ralph Basui Watkins has recently added seven new videos on Hip-Hop Redemption: Finding God in the Rhythm and the Rhyme, corresponding to the chapters of the book, at his website and blog. Two are embedded below, check out the rest at: http://www.hiphopredemption.org/hiphopredemption.org/Chapter_Overviews.html.

The Weekly Hit List: October 28, 2011

Pastor Bob Cornwall reviewed A Public Faith on his blog Ponderings on a Faith Journey. Check it out here.

 

Also, look for a great review of Lee C. Camp’s Who Is My Enemy? in the Nov/Dec issue of Relevant magazine.

Rachel Held Evans recently featured two Brazos titles on her blog.

First, she recommended Christian Smith’s The Bible Made Impossible and previewed a series of posts that she will be doing on the book in January.

Then, she strongly recommended Stephen Binz’s Women of the Gospels and Women of the Torah studies (part of the Ancient-Future Bible Study series).

 

Hip-Hop Redemption Book Giveaway

Congratulations to Patrick Craig, Andy Goodliff, Nathan Gilmor, Ken Berry, and Jared Yaple! These five lucky winners will receive a free copy of Ralph Basui Watkins’s new book Hip-Hop Redemption: Finding God in the Rhythm and the Rhyme.

For more on Hip-Hop Redemption, check out www.HipHopRedemption.org.

And check back next week for our next giveaway!

Video: Finding God in Hip-Hop?

In this new video Ralph Basui Watkins introduces his new book Hip-Hop Redemption (Baker Academic) and its companion website. Check out the video below and then join in the conversation at www.HipHopRedemption.org. Also, tomorrow is the last day to enter to win a copy of this fascinating new book. To enter, go here.