Tag Archives: Books

What Should Christians be Reading? A Few Thoughts

Reading effects how we view the world. From the fiction of J.K. Rowling to the insidious works of Fitzgerald, from the pages of the Bible to the writings of Thomas Malthus, reading molds our heads. So, what in the world … Continue reading

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Never Done Turning Pages: Thank Goodness!

Over the last few months I have picked up a slew of books, and while I have made good progress, I still haven’t caught up on all that I want to get done. That might be as good a definition … Continue reading

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Reading to Enjoy, Reading to Have-Read

Reading has not always been fascinating to me, and honestly for a while there, I never really wanted to pick up a book. So, it shocks me to find myself falling into too categories when it comes to book. Some, … Continue reading

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Reading on the Light Rail/Tram/Train/Thing-for-moving-about

Driving can well drive you crazy, and trains can take you round the bend with all the waiting for things and ending up far from where you actually want to be. There is an advantage in my book: reading. San … Continue reading

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