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‘Chocolat’ book review

Chocolat, by Joanne Harris (Viking Penguin, l999), is a modern fairy tale. The "good fairy" is Vianne Rocher, a mysterious young woman who takes up residence in a tiny French village. The "wicked wizard" is the local pastor, Father Francis Reynaud.

Remembered Voice: Reclaiming the Legacy of ‘Neo-Orthodoxy’

By Douglas John Hall
WJKP. 1998. 145 pp. Pb. $18.
ISBN 0-664-25772-0

 


It was in this order. I first read Tillich's Dynamics of Faith. Riveting. Next came The Courage to Be. Gripping. Then I went back and read the first volume of the Systematic Theology. Things began to make sense. Next came Biblical Religion and the Search for Ultimate Reality. Positive.

Ministering with the Earth

By Mary Elizabeth Moore
Chalice. 1998. 226 pp. Pb. $19.99.
ISBN 0-8272-2323-4

 


Ministering with the Earth is a quiltwork, both the on-the-ground activity and Moore's book about so ministering. Moore, professor of theology and Christian education at Claremont School of Theology, is fond of the metaphor, suitably pastoral and feminist.

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