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However in her interview with Red magazine, Miss Bonham Carter describes this as a ‘myth’, she said: ‘Which we did by the way [live together], because everyone seemed to think we didn’t, but that was a load of myth.’The unexpected break-up of the duo shocked fans who over the years had watched them work together on a number of films including Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, Alice In Wonderland and Dark Shadows - where she starred alongside Eva.Once again, I’m honored to choose my favorite nonfiction Christian books published in the last calendar year, my twelfth consecutive list.In 2017, six more titles were added from Lydia Brownback, Russ Ramsey, Sarah Walton and Kristen Wetherell, Richard Belcher, Kelly Kapic, and Connie Dever.And two more noteworthy titles are slated for release in 2018: one from counselor David Powlison and a memoir from Jack Deere.
And 2017 marked the midpoint in Logos/Lexham Press’s ambitious English-translation work of the 12-volume Abraham Kuyper Collected Works in Public Theology.Over the last eighteen months, we’ve seen a swell of valuable books for the suffering and grieving — covering issues as broad as loneliness, depression, disability, chronic pain, terminal illness, raising special-needs kids, and the anguish of losing children.In 2016 we saw ten books from Eswine, Howard, the Wilsons, Ryken, Furman, Guthrie, Tada, Risner, Voskamp, and Taylor.“For the sake of the cut-ups and the screw-ups, the tired and the torn-up, the weary and the wounded — how about we demystify discipleship? Discipleship is for the cut-ups and the screw-ups, the tired and the torn-up, the weary and the wounded. One way is to find the threefold offices of Christ in the mix of characters that point to Christ.
“The center of all joy is Jesus Christ — the word-speaking prophet, the sacrifice-offering priest, and the peace-bringing king.” From this center, Ryken works back from Christ in this beautifully illuminating volume, a capstone to what was perhaps the best twelve months in Tolkien studies and monographs I’ve ever seen, which included Eilmann on Tolkien’s “highly distinctive Romantic longing for a lost world”; Coutras on Tolkien’s supreme articulation of majesty and splendor; and Rhone on Tolkien’s “mythopoeic” worldview which connects him to Lewis, Chesterton, and Mac Donald.
2017 proved to be the most difficult year yet (and I’m sure I said the same thing last year), all driven by aggressive publishing momentum.