Why three? We live in a three-dimensional world, colored with hues that break down into a trio of primary colors. Three is a number that allows for conversation, completion, and understanding.
That got me thinking: what are the books that allow for “conversation, completion, and understanding” within the Brethren in Christ community?
Over the next few months, we’ll answer that question with a new feature on the search for piety and obedience. Paraphrasing NPR, “Three BIC Books…” will highlight those books from our church’s small but growing canon that “allow for conversation, completion, and understanding” about our shared heritage.
I’ll kick things off later this week with my three books… but I’ll need some help to make this feature a total success.
That’s where you come in! Readers: Do you have three books about the BIC Church that have helped you best explore our shared heritage? What are they? And why do you like them? Comment below!