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Somewhere in central Pennsylvania there is a warm and inviting labyrinth called Hearts & Minds Bookstore. Byron and Beth Borger, the caretakers of Hearts & Minds, have worked there tirelessly for over three decades to create a space for serious, reflective readers. The Borgers are committed to helping their customers live out Christ’s Lordship in the midst of our highly se ...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published November 2017 by Square Halo Books
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Dec 24, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Summary: A collection of essays on different academic disciplines and topics, honoring the work of Hearts and Minds Bookstore on over three decades of connecting thoughtful readers with serious books.

What better way to honor perhaps the best Christian bookstore in the country for over thirty years of service to the Christian community than a festschrift of essays featuring the likes of N. T. Wright, Gregory Wolfe, David Gushee, Calvin Seerveld, Mike Schutt, and others writing on topics and disci
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Aug 14, 2018 rated it it was amazing
So engaging and encouraging, partly because it reminded me that Christians ARE taking seriously these aspects of human life and culture, from ethics to fantasy novels, from cooking to urban planning. Reading this was like meeting one by one with twenty liberal arts professors, each one so passionate about their field of study that you find yourself catching their enthusiasm and kicking yourself for being so ignorant. The worst part about reading this is that I (a slow reader) now have about two ...more
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I have written a number of books including Revealed: A Storybook Bible for Grown-Ups, History of Art: Creation through Contemporary, the Legends & Leagues geography series, and Squalls Before War: His Majesty’s Schooner Sultana. I am the owner of World’s End Images. I am on the board of ASCHA and on staff with CIVA. In my spare time I am the creative director for Square Halo Books, ...more

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