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Monday, April 17, 2017

The Hard-Edged Hope of Wendell Berry

The Hard-Edged Hope of Wendell Berry
Why his vision of humble communities and humane economies is just what the world needs right now.
Jeffrey Bilbro
Wendell Berry's body of writing — spanning over 50 books of poetry, essays, novels, and short stories — can be rather overwhelming to those who've merely seen his name on the wall of a farmers' market or the menu of a hipster cafe. Too many Christians still have only a vague sense of who he is or why he is important, and Ragan Sutterfield's book, Wendell Berry and the Given Life, prepares readers to explore Berry's work for themselves. continue reading >>

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