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Buried in Books

These are my textbooks for this semester, well, the ones that are in print anyway. Add on another 2-300 pages of notes, handouts, and electronic books and you have all my required reading for this semester. When I finish this semester I will have written 60-70 pages of papers in response to these readings and other research.

Holy. Crap.

Overwhelmed is an understatement. Despite that, I’m excited to read many of these books. One I am particularly excited about is Rich Christians in an Age of Hunger by Ronald Sider. From what I have gathered it will be a book that is going to really challenge my thinking in my American Christian world.

What are you reading now? What have you learned from it?

Well, back to reading.



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