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TagsCatholicism (184), Fiction (181), Theology (112), Philosophy (87), Great Books (81), Classics (70), Children's books (60), English literature (51), Prayer & Devotion (45), Books from my childhood (37) — see all tags
About meReligion plays a central role in my life. I was raised Protestant, and joined the Catholic Church in college. I have degrees in philosophy from Texas A&M University (BA in Philosophy and Religious Studies) and Boston College (MA in Philosophy). I have also done doctoral work at the University of Dallas.
About my libraryMy library consists mostly of philosophy and theology books, particular those in the Catholic and continental traditions.
Membership LibraryThing Early Reviewers/Member Giveaway
Real nameWm. Cody Sain
Account typepublic, lifetime
Member sinceAug 5, 2007
Currently readingCatechism of the Catholic Church by U.S. Catholic Church
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