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The Three Worst Stories That “Me Before You” Tells About Disability

Me Before You tells three particularly damaging stories about life with a disability.

Finding Common Ground on Abortion: An Interview with Charles Camosy

Guest post by Karen Swallow Prior Note from EPD: This is the transcript of an interview conducted by my friend and colleague Karen Swallow Prior, professor of literature at Liberty University and author most recently of Fierce Convictions: The Extraordinary Life of Hannah More – Poet, Reformer, Abolitionist, with Charles Camosy, author of a groundbreaking new book [Read More...]

Feel Like Everyone Wants a Piece of You?: A Guide for More Wholehearted Living for Moms

The core message of Wholehearted Living is that while our families and responsibilities will sometimes pull us in a million directions or make us feel that we've handed out so much of ourselves to other people that there's very little left for us, we c...

How the Internet is Killing the Book Review

Now that I own a Kindle, my ever-raging thirst for new reading material can be assuaged with a few finger swipes. Because I have wide-ranging taste and am relatively choosy about which books earn the swipe, I rarely regret a purchase. But last week I r...

Writing Letters for Lent

One of the best books I’ve read over the past couple of years, of any kind, was the beautiful, moving, and hard sort-of-spiritual memoir, Love and Salt: A Spiritual Friendship in Letters by Amy Andrews and Jessica Griffith. Amy and Jess started writing to one another during Lent 2005, when Amy was preparing to convert to Catholicism [Read More...]

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