Author Archive | Mike Morrell

Coronaspection | Alon Goshen-Gottstein

The following is an excerpt from Coronaspection by Alon Goshen-Gottstein. It’s a featured Speakeasy selection, and there are still limited review copies available for qualified reviewers. What is Coronoa? Theological Formulations Introspection Based on Interviews with Patriarch Daniel (Romania), Maulana Wahiduddin Khan (India), Metropolitan Kallistos Ware (England) Presentation and Summaries Patriarch Daniel (Romania): Patriarch Daniel […]

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Ephesians and All that Jazz | Tom Anderson

The following is an excerpt from Ephesians and All that Jazz by Tom Anderson. It’s a featured Speakeasy selection, and there are still limited review copies available for qualified reviewers. Jazz is the best way I can describe what I have written. Jazz is a uniquely American art form and, in its purest form, is […]

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I Was Gone Long Before I Left | Peter Wilcox

The following is an excerpt from I Was Gone Long Before I Left by Peter Wilcox. It’s a featured Speakeasy selection, and there are still limited review copies available for qualified reviewers. Learning to Live with My Questions “We are closer to God when we are asking questions than when we have the answers.” (ABRAHAM […]

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The Courage to Go | Emily Dobberstein

The following is an excerpt from The Courage to Go by Emily Dobberstein. It’s a featured Speakeasy selection, and there are still limited review copies available for qualified reviewers. Chapter 19: In the Gray “We exited the park on the opposite side from where we entered. After about thirty minutes of driving uphill and more […]

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Partakers of the Life Divine | S. T. Kimbrough

The following is an excerpt from Partakers of the Life Divine by S. T. Kimbrough. It’s a featured Speakeasy selection, and there are still limited review copies available for qualified reviewers. The Church and Participation in the Divine Nature: Orthodox Deification in Charles Wesley’s Sanctification Charles Wesley often emphasizes personal deification. We read such lines […]

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