The Fabric Of Hope

TinderIn the process of writing Believe Me: The Evangelical Road to Donald Trump I read a lot of good books on the subject of hope.  One of my favorite reflections on the subject is Glenn Tinder‘s The Fabric of Hope: An Essay.  Anyone who reads Believe Me (released on June 28, 2018) will see Tinder’s influence on my work.

Yesterday I  reread The Fabric of Hope for the third or fourth time.  It is one of those books that I see myself returning to regularly.  I get something new out of it every time I read it.

Over on Twitter (@johnfea1) today, I will be tweeting some of my favorite lines from the book.  I will use the hashtag #tinderonhope

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