Here at the search for piety and obedience, we’re interested in all things Brethren in Christ: history, theology, literature, art — you name it, we like it.
So it stands to reason that we’re also interested in Brethren in Christ books, and — more specifically — what Brethren in Christ books speak to you, the readers. To that end, we’ve been asking folks to reflect on their “Three BIC Books” — the three Brethren in Christ texts that have meant the most to them — intellectually, spiritually, practically.
Thus far, I and two dedicated readers have shared our “three BIC books.” Check out our lists:
|Devin C. Manzullo-Thomas|
|Harriet (Sider) Bicksler|
|Thomas B. Grosh IV|
Readers: What are your “three BIC books”? And why are they your favorites? If you’ve got a list you’re interested in sharing on the blog (or if you’re willing to prepare one), leave a Comment below or shoot me an e-mail. I’ll get you set up.