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When You Quote the Bible At Me | Leatherbound Terrorism | Chris Kratzer

The following is an excerpt of Leatherbound Terrorism, Chris Kratzer‘s incisive and confessional memoir-manifesto about life in Christ after evangelicalism. It’s a featured Speakeasy selection, and there are still limited review copies available for qualified reviewers. If you are like me, when I was challenged in my biblical understandings, you aren’t convinced. At least, not yet, and perhaps […]

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Brother John: A Monk, a Pilgrim and the Purpose of Life | August Turak

The following is an excerpt of Brother John: A Monk, a Pilgrim and the Purpose of Life, an award-winning true story about the surprising power of generosity – now beautifully illustrated in an all-ages rendering. It’s a featured Speakeasy selection, and there are still limited review copies available for qualified reviewers. Brother John is also what might be termed Mepkin’s […]

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Hamilton the Musical: What Hath God Wrought? | Kevin Cloud

Mike’s note: The following is based on the introduction of Kevin Cloud’s insightful, multi-layered book, God and Hamilton – still available for a limited number of reviewers via Speakeasy! Our collective cultural ignorance about Alexander Hamilton—his biography and his role in the formation of the American republic—began to transform into a cultural obsession in August […]

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Born-Again Buildings: The Surprisingly Relevant Role of Congregations Amid Changing Communities | Larry Duggins

Mike’s note: This is a Speakeasy-inspired guest-post from Together: Community as a Means of Grace, by Larry Duggins. If you are a blogger or podcast host, we have a limited number of review copies still available for request, here. Everyone else, get your copy!  Popular memory recalls a time when practically everyone in a community attended […]

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