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March Book and Resource Reviews Coming Soon!

I have no less than eight books sitting on my desk waiting to be reviewed. These books have been sent to me by publishers and/or web marketers specifically for review on Tribe. So, expect a flurry of reviews as I work hard to read and review each of these works over the next two weeks or so. Expect serious reviews for the following titles: Life After Church, by Sanders; Consuming Jesus, by Metzger; Take This Bread, by Miles; The End of Religion, by Cavey; Rising from the Ashes, by Garrison; Surprised by Hope, by N.T. Wright; Thank God for Evolution, by Dowd; Speaking of Faith, by Tippett. Stay tuned!


  1. Jake Bouma
    Posted February 18, 2008 at 1:54 pm | Permalink

    Say, how does one get in the good graces of these web marketers/publishers? Man I’d love to read and review these books on my blog… If only they knew of my zeal!

  2. Shawn Anthony
    Posted February 18, 2008 at 2:02 pm | Permalink

    Hey, Jake. I’m working on putting something together for members of Scribe. I have been swamped with real-time activity w/ ministry and family, so it’s taking a bit longer to get on it than I expected. We’ll get there, hopefully.

    Most of these web marketers/publishers contacted me. In fact, all of them did so. So, I’m not sure how one gets the ball rolling initially. That said, now that I have a line to some of these folks, I’m going to suggest a program with members of The Daily Scribe.

  3. Jake Bouma
    Posted February 18, 2008 at 2:05 pm | Permalink


  4. Matt Scott
    Posted February 19, 2008 at 1:12 pm | Permalink

    I’m interested in hearing what you have to say about Cavey’s “End of Religion.” I finished it up a few weeks ago and didn’t feel like it brought anything too great to the table.

    Anyways, looking forward to your thoughts.

  5. Shawn Anthony
    Posted February 19, 2008 at 1:30 pm | Permalink

    Hi, Matt. I’m finishing up Tippett’s book, then I’ll grab that one next. It’ll be cool to compare notes.

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