Book | Christians and Catastrophe

Reviewed by Andy Patton Flourish magazine, Fall 2010 Jonathan Ingleby thinks you should be worried. Very worried. In his book, Christians and Catastrophe (Wide Margin Books, 2010), Ingleby argues that the world is headed for … [Read more...]

Book | The Food of a Younger Land by Mark Kurlansky

Reviewed by Kendra Langdon Juskus Flourish magazine, Spring 2010   On the final night of a visit to India last summer, all five of my senses were treated to the sort of vibrant experience only India can offer, though the experience came in … [Read more...]

Book | Eating Animals by Jonathan Safran Foer

Reviewed by Ben DeVries of Not One Sparrow Flourish Magazine, Spring 2010   What would make Jonathan Safran Foer, a talented and successful young novelist (Everything is Illuminated, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close), decide to spend … [Read more...]

Book | Farming as a Spiritual Discipline by Ragan Sutterfield

Reviewed by Christiana Peterson Flourish Magazine, Winter 2010   Last week, I was listening to a scientist on public radio describe the mating calls of the amphibians she was studying. She said, only half-jokingly, that these frogs had been … [Read more...]