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Christ & the Modern Mind by Robert W. ed. Smith
American literature & Christian doctrine by Randall Stewart
Introduction to the Devout Life by St. Francis; John K. Ryan (translator) De Sales
Jesus and the Eyewitnesses: The Gospels As Eyewitness Testimony by Richard Bauckham
Giants and Dwarfs : Essays 1960-1990 by Allan David Bloom
Teaching Your Children About Sex by John C. Howell
New Testament themes for contemporary man by Rosalie Ryan
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About meI am a pastor in Southwest Virginia, married to a librarian and father to two wonderful daughters, one a pastor and one an art historian, and grandfather on a grandson in Winchester, VA.
About my libraryCataloging my books has helped me see my interests, my perennial questions: faith and science; epistemology more broadly; the continuing viability of ancient philosophy; the connection between beauty, truth and goodness with particular interest in the connection between art and spirituality; the deep well of Scripture; and imagination as a window on reality.
Favorite librariesPittsylvania County Public Library, Chatham Branch
Real nameDavid W. Adkins
Account typepublic, lifetime
Member sinceSep 30, 2009
Currently readingSources of the Self: The Making of the Modern Identity by Charles Taylor
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