October 28, 2009

On Making Prominent the Printed Page: Developing a Christian Worldview Through Reading Widely (for Christian lawyers)

Byron Borger (left), esteemed proprietor of Hearts & Minds, one of America's foremost independent Christian booksellers, was a speaker at the recent Christian Legal Society National Conference on "Developing a Christian Worldview Through Reading." In Byron's words:

I had this [bibliography] as a handout for a workshop done at the October 2009 Christian Legal Society conference in La Jolla, California. What a privilege to sit with a small group of lawyers, judges, jurists and law students and talk about reading as an act of worship, obedience, relevant discipleship and dialogue with the culture. That spells WORD and was the main framework for my remarks about why we need to read seriously. Here, then, are some of the best suggestions I had for this small but serious group.

Byron has now graciously posted his bibliography, On Making Prominent the Printed Page: Developing a Christian Worldview Through Reading Widely (for Christian lawyers), on his BookNotes blog. Enjoy and be blessed.

A personal note: I was greatly honored to see my own humble book, The Believer's Guide to Legal Issues, featured on Byron's list amidst such superior company.

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