So i am about to finish reading Brian McLaren’s A New Kind of Christian for my summer course devoted to thinking theologically about culture. I was thinking of doing a short book review, but since the book is over seven years old, i’m not sure if i should devote my time to it. So i’m calling for fellow theo-bloggers to offer their opinions on when (or if?) a book is too old to review. Any other additional thoughts on how to do book reviews in a proper, near nose-in-the-air manner is appreciated.
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