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Author Archives: Benjamin John Peters

Benjamin John Peters is the author of Through All The Plain. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Religious and Theological Studies at the University of Denver and Iliff School of Theology. He lives in Denver with his wife and three children.

Book Review: ‘Writing Religion: The Making of Turkish Alevi Islam’ by Markus Dressler


Writing Religion is an important study within the field of religious studies in that it reveals the power that religious scholars wield over their subjects of study. Read More »

Book Review: Les Misérables, Volume III by Victor Hugo

Cuts through language, culture, and time and speaks directly to the soul. Read More »

I’ll Believe It When I Read It: Les Misérables on Stage, Screen, and Page

A master writer creates a master novel. Read More »

Book Review: Media, Home, and Family by Stewart M. Hoover, Lynn Schofield Clark, and Diane F. Alters

A fascinating book about what it means to be a family in a digital age. Read More »

Book Review: From Angels to Aliens by Dr. Lynn Schofield Clark

A well-written and thoroughly researched account of what we believe and why we believe it Read More »

Book Review: The Orthodox Church: New Edition by Timothy Ware

The Orthodox Church is an accessible yet challenging book chronicling the history and tradition of the Eastern Church over the last two thousand years. Read More »

Book Review: A Hologram for the King by Dave Eggers

Dave Eggers writes a quirky and clear novel. Read More »

Book Review: The Cornerstone by Zoe Oldenbourg

The Cornerstone instructs, inspires, and imparts a renewed sense of historical context. Read More »

Book Review: The Company They Keep: C. S. Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkien as Writers in Community by Diana Pavlac Glyer

A magnificent study of both The Inklings and literary groups in general. Read More »

The Chronicles of Narnia: A Loveable Yawn-Fest

In which one Blogcritic slogs his way through The Voyage of the Dawn Treader. Read More »