Listen: Sorry to Bother You

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The Coup (Epitaph, 2012)


Read: Scandal

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Scandal
By Angela Senander (Liturgical Press, 2012)


Listen: Sing the Delta

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Sing the Delta
Iris DeMent (Flariella Records, 2012)


Read: Christianity After Religion

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Christianity After Religion
By Diana Butler Bass (HarperOne, 2012)


Watch: Flight

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Flight
Directed by Robert Zemeckis (Paramount, 2012)


Read: Gandhi and the Unspeakable

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Ghandi and the Unspeakable
By James W. Douglass (Orbis, 2012)


USC Book Club: A Private History of Happiness

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November 2012:

A Private History of Happiness: Ninety-Nine Moments of Joy from Around the World

By George Myerson

Review:

It’s no secret that happiness is meant to be shared, and that is exactly what George Myerson has done in a big way in A Private History of Happiness. By sharing pieces of letters and diary entries spanning thousands of years and several continents, Myerson helps us glimpse small moments where people in other times and places found a bit of bliss.


Read: The price of inequality

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By Joseph Stiglitz (W.W. Norton & Co., 2012)

Pope Paul VI argued that excessive economic inequalities were a “danger to peace” and that political power must be used to serve the common good rather than the special interests of the privileged. Nobel prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz echoes both of Pope Paul’s claims in his book The Price of Inequality: How Today’s Divided Society Endangers Our Future.


Read: Revelations

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By Elaine Pagels (Viking Press, 2012)

Seven-headed dragons, locusts with human faces, and armies of monsters could all be elements in popular fantasy novels. Instead, they have a much older origin: the Book of Revelation. In Revelations: Visions, Prophecy, and Politics in the Book of Revelation, Elaine Pagels explains how these battle scenes and beasts developed from John’s vision into a book of the Bible.


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