Well, another book off my actual shelf done and complete! The Story of B was a fun, if frustrating, ride. Not a high recommendation, but recommended all the same if you have any interest in environmentalism and such. It’s a different perspective, and that’s not always a bad thing.
So, what am I on to next? Well, I don’t quite know. I’m still finishing The Orthodox Heretic by Peter Rollins, which is on loan to me for the time being. Perhaps by Monday I shall know what’s next. I think I need a break from cerebral reading like I’ve had for this long. Seriously, my head is starting to hurt. Time for some literature or poetry, perhaps (though, technically, The Story of B was a novel). I’ll let you guys know soon!
**UPDATE**: I’m 90 pages into Slaughterhouse Five by Kurt Vonngeut. Might shock some of you to know I’ve never read it (might have lied about this in the past, and for that I apologize). Interesting so far. If I weren’t working today, I’d probably finish it entirely!
It has occurred to me that I never actually got to finish Cornelius Van Til’s Defending the Faith. That got put on the back burner before I left on my long seminary hunt not too long ago, and I think at this point I’d have to start over anyway. What I want to do, in regard to the subject of apologetics, is read one book on my shelf which discusses five different views (or methods, I suppose) of the subject. I bought it for a class awhile ago, but it never got discussed, so I didn’t read it (don’t give me that look; you’ve done it too). It might help me get a better grasp on Van Til’s ideas.
Anyway, I must go toil away through Memorial Day Weekend. You guys have fun!