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A man of uncommon actions: Review of Bob Goff’s “Love Does”

Bob Goff, Ugandan consul, lawyer, family man, and friend of writer Donald Miller, shares insights about faith and action in his book, "Love Does: Discover a Secretly Incredible Life in an Ordinary World."
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Deborah Feldman’s “Unorthodox”

After growing up in the Satmar sect of Hasidism, debut author Deborah Feldman writes about her choice to leave the community behind.
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Inside Annawadi, a Mumbai undercity: Review of Katherine Boo’s “Behind the Beautiful Forevers”

Journalist Katherine Boo uses her reporting expertise to give readers an inside look at an Indian slum. 
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A Muslim pre-teen discovers the Quran: Review of “American Dervish” and a chat with novelist Ayad Akhtar

In Ayad Akhtar's first novel, "American Dervish," a young boy struggles with the complicated relationship between Muslims and Jews. 
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A grandmother’s adventure: Review of Anne Lamott’s “Some Assembly Required”

Anne Lamott has published her second journal about a baby. The first was about her son, Sam; out this month is one about her grandson, Jax. 
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Lauren Winner: On writing her latest book, muffins, and what’s next

Lauren Winner discusses her new book, "Still," and the challenges that went into writing it.
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A man on a mission: Eric Weiner on his latest book, “Man Seeks God”

Author Eric Weiner talks about his exploration of eight different religions and the ones he'd like to explore if he had more time.
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James Martin on spiritual direction, Kristen Wiig, and having a “sense of the absurd”

Religion Bound chats with author of "Between Heaven and Mirth," Father James Martin
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“Excessive Levity”: Review of James Martin’s “Between Heaven and Mirth”

Finally. A book that promotes joy—and humor—without offering steps to simply “think positively” and wait for results of unfettered, constant happiness. Jesuit priest and best-selling author James Martin (“My Life with the Saints”) instead makes the argument in his latest “Between He...
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A prescription for friendly marriage: Review of Mark Driscoll’s “Real Marriage”

The founding pastor of Mars Hill Church of Seattle teams up with his wife to discuss marriage, sex, and friendship.
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