1. What was your favorite nonfiction read of the year?
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2. Do you have a particular topic you’ve been attracted to more this year?
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3. What nonfiction book have you recommended the most?
I haven't been out a lot in over a year, so I haven't recommended many books to anyone. I know I have told several people about the two above, though, so I'll just say those are my most recommended nonfiction.
4. What are you hoping to get out of participating in Nonfiction November?
I hope it inspires me to finish the nonfiction I'm currently reading before the end of November. One is John Pavlovitz's 2021 book on social issues If God Is Love, Don't Be a Jerk: Finding a Faith That Makes Us Better Humans. I checked it out of the library, but it's so good that I've already downloaded in onto my Kindle. The other is a book I'm re-reading with my Sunday school class (by Zoom): John Shelby Spong's 2018 book of theology Unbelievable: Why Neither Ancient Creeds Nor the Reformation Can Produce a Living Faith Today. I rated it 10/10 when I first read it, and it is still very much worth perusing. Click here to read about both of these books.