Welcome to my book review.

I like to read history, religious studies, philosophy of religion, biblical studies, theology, metaphysics, diversity, religious pluralism, ethics, theoretical physics, and all sorts of other things both academic and popular. Basically, I do the reading and then leave some ruud remarks to help you decide if a particular book is worth your time. It's that easy.

Check out some recent entries on my blog or browse titles below.

Also, if you'd like me to review your book (broadly involving any of the above categories), don’t hesitate to contact me.

The Death of Omnipotence and Birth of Amipotence by Thomas Jay Oord.

4/5 stars.

An Unpromising Hope by Thomas R. Gaulke.

2/5 stars.

Like Birds in a Cage by David M. Crump.

4/5 stars.

Common Spaces Between Us by Melynne Rust.

3/5 stars.

Pluriform Love by Thomas Jay Oord.

5/5 stars.

Inflamed by Rupa Marya & Raj Patel.

5/5 stars.

  • Read the remarks.

  • Social science, medicine.

  • 484 pages.

  • Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2021.

The Face of Addiction by Joshua Lawson.

3/5 stars.

Grounding Our Faith in a Pluralist World by John P. Keenan.

4/5 stars.

The Whole Thing by Jason English.

1/5 stars.

Beyond Language by Vern R. Walker.

3/5 stars.

Saying No to God by Matthew J. Korpman.

5/5 stars.

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