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A Midsummer Reading List

To provide a fresh voice—and thus a fresh summer reading list—we’ve asked C.W. Howell to describe his recommended reading for the summer. Chris (as he goes by in person!) is a writer, who holds a PhD in religion from Duke University. He has taught at Duke and Elon Universities and is the academic director at the C.S. Lewis Foundation. His upcoming first book is a history of the intelligent design movement, to be published by NYU Press. He writes regularly on religion, science, and technology—as well as science fiction, pop culture, and C.S. Lewis—on his website.

Mark Labberton on Preaching that Changes the State of Knowledge

What is the Church’s mission? Well, one of the ways you could describe the Church’s mission is with the same aphorism to permanently change knowledge—of God, of our human existence, of the universe, of all things. The mission of God is to bring up all reality into a knowing of those things of God, of his Son Jesus Christ, which has implications that far outstrip any small creedal expression that only in the most finite way gives language to the total reality of God’s existence in life.

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