Book Summaries

The Road Less Traveled Book Summary

“What are these tools, these techniques of suffering, these means of experiencing the pain of problems constructively that I call discipline? There are four: delaying of gratification, acceptance of responsibility, dedication to truth, and balancing.”  Peck doesn’t pull his punches, nor does he hedge his … Read More

A Grief Observed Summary: How To Wrestle With God

When C.S. Lewis penned A Grief Observed the premise was less propositional, less a philosophical exploration or academic explication of concepts and more a man’s wrestling match with God, a hip-out-of-joint memoir as it were.  There existed no clear trajectory, no intentional movement but a … Read More