Carl, Todd, and Aimee are sitting on a blanket under a tree, bickering over who’s been reading the best summer books. As it’s hard to point to one book among the stacks and stacks of good stuff out there, the trio decides to compromise, and share some of their recent favorites.
From their picks, you’ll get a little flavor of several different genres—Christian and non-Christian alike—both, meant to cause one to think on matters of life and death. Get a pen and paper and start taking note of their recommendations. Tell us what you’ve been reading by tagging us on social media: #MortificationOfSpin
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UPDATE: Here are the picks discussed on the show!
Who Shall Ascend the Mountain of the Lord? (L.Michael Morales)
Barbarian Days: A Surfing Life (William Finnegan)
Being Mortal (Atul Gwande)
The Lost Vintage (Ann Mah)
The Green Mile (Stephen King)
Our Bodies Ourselves (Judy Norsigian)
Carl's latest book (no title offered)
Catch 22, Jane Eyre
Dignity (Chris Arnade)
The Professor and the Parson (Adam Sisman)
Norco 80 (Peter Houlahan)
Against God and Nature (Thomas McCall)
Theoretical and Practical Theology (Petrus Van Mastricht)