The Baptist Bulletin–where my wife has actually published(!)–just published a review of The Art of Dying. I have to say that I’m flattered by another, quite positive, examination of the book.

The reviewer says:

Moll calls for us to recover the deeply Christian practice of dying through preparing for the event. He notes that in the past, Christians have sought to die well … Moll reminds us that churches throughout history commonly had their own cemeteries next to their church buildings: “The ‘communion of the saints’ meant far more than pot luck dinners and small group fellowship.”

Please read the full review.


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