There are no links to scientific articles and challenging theological debates here. This is merely an attempt to get to know some of you a little better. I’ve found that generally helps in keeping a disagreement at the conversational level. Towards that end, I have 2 questions.
What is the last, current, or planned non-fiction book you have/are/will read?
What is the last, current, or planned fiction book you have/are/will read?
I’m currently making my way through Dallas Willard’s Divine Conspiracy. Its good, but more than a little challenging to fully grasp. So far, I’m about halfway through, he is using the Sermon on the Mount as his main point of illustration and seeks to clarify God’s plan intentions for the human condition.
Next on my list if David Webb’s Honor Harrington series. By ‘next,’ I mean I couldn’t wait and started it last night. Willard may get extended into the fall. Enjoying it so far. He doesn’t spend a lot of time easing the reading to the finer points of space combat and politics. (Think 18th Century ships-of-the-line…in space…) But he is nowhere near as immersive as Patrick O’Brian so I’m not concerned.
Anybody else want to jump in?