[Christianity Today] December 2, 2004--"'Nasty, rigid boundaries' are important and useful. As Westerhoff puts it, boundaries create our identity. But unfortunately, 'our current words and practices of inclusion too often can reflect sentimental and sloppy thinking.' (As Wright said, Derrida without the subtlety.)" A review of Caroline A. Westerhoff's Good Fences: The Boundaries of Hospitality by David Neff.
"Sloppy Inclusiveness" - An interview with Caroline Westerhoff, author of Good Fences: The Boundaries of Hospitality, by Christianity Today's David Neff