Well, hello again

Ordinary Time 7/Epiphany 7 – Monday

It returns again. =(

Here’s hoping it’s stay is briefer than usual. And not as dark either.

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Books read in the last two months?

  • Rupert Shortt, Rowan’s Rule: The Biography of the Archbishop (Hodder & Stoughton)
  • Richard P. McBrien, The Church: The Evolution of Catholicism (HarperOne)
  • George Carey, Know The Truth (HarperCollins)
  • John R. H. Moorman, The Anglican Spiritual Tradition (Templegate)
  • Thomas Joiner, Why People Die By Suicide (Harvard University Press)
  • Anselm of Canterbury, Major Works (Oxford University Press)
  • Jim Forest, Living With Wisdom: A Life of Thomas Merton (2nd edition) (Orbis Books)
  • David Crowder with Mike Hogan, Everybody Wants To Go To Heaven But Nobody Wants To Die or (the eschatology of bluegrass) (Relevant Books)
  • The Revised English Bible (Cambridge Bibles)

Books to read in the coming months?

  • Alexander Schmemann, For The Life Of The World (St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press)
  • Alexander Schmemann, The Eucharist (St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press)
  • Alexander Schmemann, Introduction to Liturgical Theology (St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press)
  • Robert Letham, Through Western Eyes – Eastern Orthodoxy: A Reformed Perspective (Mentor/Christian Focus Publications)
  • Andrew Solomon, The Noonday Demon: An Anatomy of Depression (Vintage Books)
  • Henri Nouwen, The Genesee Diary: Report from a Trappist Monastery (Image Books)
  • J. Raymond DePaulo Jr., M.D. and Leslie Alan Horvitz, Understanding Depression: What We Know and What You Can Do About It (John Wiley & Sons Inc.)
  • Robert Alter, The Five Books Of Moses (W. H. Norton)
  • Robert Alter, The Psalms (W. H. Norton)
  • David Horton (Gen. Ed.), The Portable Seminary: A Master’s Level Overview in One Volume (Bethany House/Baker Publishing)
  • David B. Biebel, D.Min & Harold G. Koenig, M.D., New Light on Depression (Zondervan)
  • DSM-IV-TR (American Psychiatric Association)
  • The Revised English Bible (Cambridge Bibles)

Somehow, I think the books will help to keep my mind away from entertaining my visitor. And hopefully I’ll get more than the 2 hours of quality sleep that I got last night. 

+ bf 1835hrs

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