Tag: Andy Crouch

Authority + Vulnerability: A Review

I finished reading Andy Crouch's newest book, Strong and Weak: Embracing a Life of Love, Risk & True Flourishing, this weekend. I was telling my wife about it, and she asked why I had been interested in reading it. I said, "Um, because I read everything Andy Crouch writes?" While there are in fact many things Crouch … Continue reading Authority + Vulnerability: A Review


Power Was Made for Flourishing: A Review

The word power has the ability to make even the least squeamish among us flinch. It can call to mind images of violence, abuse, and selfishness. When we hear the word power, we think of Lord Acton's saying, "Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely." It is bad guys who have power, we think—even though … Continue reading Power Was Made for Flourishing: A Review

June 2009: Books Read

1. The Reason for God: Belief in an Age of Skepticism by Timothy Keller. I'd been looking forward to reading this since it came out last year, and when I was talking with my cousin (who is not a Christian) over Christmas about a book to possibly read together, I knew this was the one. … Continue reading June 2009: Books Read