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  • Euangelion (Revolution): The Good News according t

    May 30, 2014

    wayneschroeder  from Irvine, California, Rating:5.0

    Given his previous publications, it should be no surprise that Daniel Barber, erudite and ingenious, is becoming an increasingly strong contributor to the advancement of Deluzian studies (thanks, in part, to his inclusion of wider than usual original sources), both philosophically (secular) and theologically (sacred). He has not only delivered in this new publication refreshing explications on most key concepts of Deleuze (if you are not fully clear about D&R, you will enjoy this), but also has identified key theologically compatible thinkers, including refreshingly Adorno, and Yoder. Finally a crack has been opened via Deleuze to reveal a theology suitable for the 21st Century (although, Whitehead and Process Theology are previous pioneers, but perhaps not as comprehensively). Daniel only angered me twice--in the first chapter when I didn't know what he was up to, and then the final chapter when I did know (but that is for later). In the Introduction, we get Daniel's plan: to addre...

    • Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
  • Unless you're a philosophy student, don't bother.

    Mar 20, 2014

    winebox  from Rochester, NY, Rating:1.0

    Not at all what the cover represented it to be. I bought this for my son's birthday because he is a huge Breaking Bad fan. Needless to say, he will not be receiving it because he would hate it.

    • Would you recommend this to a friend? No
  • Steve is spot on...

    Sep 21, 2013

    beetle1732  from San Francisco, CA, Rating:5.0

    I've personally worked with Stephen Tryon (the author), both as a direct report and in business partnerships. I can confirm that he is a true leader in every sense of the word, and an incredible model citizen. This book shows the passion we should all have in driving accountability and respect for the process to make each other better at every opportunity. Would definitely recommend this book.

    • Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
  • Being Politically Involved isn't Hard After All

    Jul 1, 2013

    sarahyoung  from Salt Lake City, UT, Rating:5.0

    I would like every library in America to carry this book. It is non-partisan and positive and full of great tips for effective political participation in our society. In particular, I think Steve Tryon does a great job of giving the reader a sense of empowerment. Just the simple fact that 87 percent of Congress comes up for re-election every two years is something I think many of us learn in school, but then forget. Tryon also goes to great lengths to describe why we should seek to understand the views of those with whom we disagree. The discussion of civil rights and women's rights are particularly powerful examples of why it is important to keep an open mind. There is a passion in this book that I find refreshing, because it seems to spring from the notion that my views are just as valid as the author's views, even if they are different.

    • Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
  • Jun 19, 2013

    stafanie  from Oakland,CA, Rating:4.0

    I have not finished read the book and hate writing reviews.

    • Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes

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