By Jean-Louis Chrétien, translated by John Marson Dunaway, of Macon
144 pages, $21.12 (Fordham University Press)
What it’s about: Jean-Louis Chrétien, philosophy professor at the Sorbonne in Paris, shows how to appropriately address oneself to the Bible as a listener and doer of the Word, engaging mind and heart, so as to understand and live Christian wisdom, joy, hope and witness, as have the great Christian masters.
The author says: “Let oneself be measured by the Word of God instead of presuming to be the measure of it.”
Never miss a local story.
Where to find it: Barnes & Noble Booksellers, Mercer University Bookstore, St. Joseph Catholic Church Bookstore.
Also from Dunaway: Translator of Vladimir Volkoff’s novel “The Pope’s Guest” (Mercer University Press).