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SOMEBODY sent me a letter from a Mani, who wrote to me that the Bible would disappear in the next fifty years if we didn't try to save it! This piqued my curiosity and I continued to read his words, chewing on what he said.He was not…

Best Garth Ennis Comics

Garth Ennis is known as a writer who pushes the boundaries of the comic book medium into expected new places. Often controversial, his stories are full of dark, morally gray characters who embark on missions of revenge, punctuated by…

The benefits of good books

Books furnish a room, they say; indeed they do, perhaps a little too forcefully in our house. Periodically I decide that it needs to be gotten rid of, but it's really hard to put into practice. The weather just after Christmas always…

History of books in Nepal

The first book printed in Nepalese is actually a Darjeeling translation of the Bible in 1821. Later, the Ramayan and Mahabharat were imprinted with images of gods and depictions of key scenes, and they brought the reader's imagination to…

Books I hope to read in 2022

Last week I linked several books that I recommend based on my reading in 2021. Below are several that I hope to read in the New Year. I've linked them for your convenience, and if you're looking for some last second Christmas ideas for me…

Books of the year 2021

Andrew is a teaching pastor at King's Church, London, and graduated in History and Theology from Cambridge (MA) and King's College London (PhD). He is a writer for THINK Theology (thinktheology.co.uk), where was this blog first…

Books for Holiday Gifts, Part 2

Part two of Andrea Kirsh's annual roundup of the best art books is here, and includes two intriguing selections, one on abstract art and the second on counterfeits and hoaxes in the world of art. 'art! Andrea says these books are perfect…