Books provide an excellent means of learning more about the various issues that concern justice of life. We will be providing a monthly list of reviews for books that we encourage you to read and even to use as book club and discussion group resources.
Here are some book discussion questions to help you delve deeper into your reading and to stimulate group discussions:
- What evidence does the author use to support the book’s ideas? Is the evidence convincing, definitive, or speculative? Does the author depend on personal opinion, observation, and assessment? Or is the evidence factual—based on science, statistics, historical documents, or quotations from (credible) experts?
- What solutions does the author propose? Who would implement those solutions? How probable is success?
- What part of this book inspired you or struck you personally in some way? Did this book change your life in a positive or negative way? Explain.
- What have you learned after reading this book? What are some new and surprising facts you have learned? How has reading this book broadened your perspective or changed your opinion about a difficult issue? How has this book increased your interest in the subject matter?
- Would you recommend this book to other readers? Why?