Reading in 2022

  1. In Search Of Our Mothers’ Gardens, Alice Walker (1983).
  2. Tortured Wonders, Rodney Clapp (2004).
  3. Following Jesus in Invaded Space, Chris Budden (2009).
  4. Learning to Be, Juanita Rasmus (2020).
  5. The Four Cardinal Virtues, Josef Pieper (1954).
  6. Faithful Antiracism, Chad Brennan and Christina Edmondson (2022).
  7. The Memory of Old Jack, Wendell Berry (1999).
  8. Indigenous Theology and the Western Worldview, Randy Woodley (2022).
  9. Strength to Love, Martin Luther King Jr. (2010).
  10. Theological Foundations for Environmental Ethics, Jame Schaefer (2009).
  11. Becoming Rooted, Randy Woodley (2022).
  12. Laudato Si’, Pope Francis (2015).
  13. The Dead Are Rising: The Life of Malcolm X, Les Payne (2020).
  14. Rethinking Sex, Christine Emba (2022).
  15. On Juneteenth, Annette Gordon-Reed (2021).
  16. Minor Feelings, Cathy Park Hong (2021).
  17. On the Incarnation, Athanasius (4th cent.)
  18. Citizens Dissent, Wendell Berry and David James Duncan (2003).
  19. An Afro-Indigenous History of the United States, Kyle T. Mays (2021).
  20. How the Word is Passed, Clint Smith (2021).
  21. Finding the Mother Tree, Suzanne Simard (2021).

Here’s last year’s list.