In the final talk about righteous ruts we discuss the value of finding good books— and allowing others to inform our perspective. Rather than simply reading what’s popular, though, George gives us some tips on how to find the really good stuff…

The stuff that has stood the test of time…

The books that have informed history and politics and literature and worldview…

And, he gives us a quick tip on how to engage those “hard books.” (Yes, let’s admit it: some of the best stuff is more difficult to read. But, it’s in the process of chiseling through the rock that we begin uncovering the diamonds.)

We also answer a few other questions:

Should all of your reading be “Christian” only?

Should you always finish books that you begin?

How can you get your kids to read more?



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