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About my libraryTheology, philosophy, sci-fi, horror, silly.

GroupsChristianity, Comics, Philosophy and Theory, Science Fiction Fans, The Green Dragon

Favorite authorsJohn Behr, G. K. Chesterton, Conor Cunningham, Søren Kierkegaard, China Miéville, John Milbank, Friedrich Nietzsche, Neal Stephenson (Shared favorites)


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Member sinceDec 19, 2005

Currently readingBeyond Good & Evil : Prelude to a Philosophy of the Future (Vintage) by Friedrich Nietzsche
The Birth of Tragedy & The Genealogy of Morals by Friedrich Nietzsche
The Collected Dialogues of Plato by Plato
Post-Secular Philosophy: Between Philosophy and Theology by Phillip Blond
French for Reading by Karl C. Sandberg
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Hey dude,

The author of that "Flawed Families of the Bible" book was my Greek professor at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in 1979 (he was one of my teachers who was anxiously forseeing the turning of the seminary into the "for fundamentalists only" type school it is today. He was one of my favorites. I did my paper on Phillipians 2:12 (and context)....particularly the sense of "work out your salvation with fear and trembliing..." I enjoyed that class a lot.

Thanks for your comment on my Library thingy... :-) I love this site! But trust me, I have ONLY JUST BEGUN to add my books. My books become a part of me, and are friends, windows to the world, and substance to my life. I'll re-phrase a Forrest Gump line and say, "You can tell an awful lot about people by their (shoes) BOOKS".
I just added a good bit of my , huh? Cool stuff (I have one of the Cue Cat thingies that I used for many of them, but I discovered just how old I am by the number of books I have without barcodes! (some even without ISBN's)
hey eric, well, i still have alot of books to put up, but i KNEW you'd love this. glad to run into you here.
Hello! The names in your author cloud suggest to me that you might be interested in the Book, Game & Media Swap coming up on March 6, put on by the San Diego Sci-Fi/Fantasy Meetup.

You are the first theological blogger I have found who has shares a tag with me on vampires (I have "vampirism"). Then again, my excitement subsided somewhat when i saw all the books were Anne Rice, never mind. I have come across you blog a few times, good stuff.
I dunno if FUN is the word, but i will accept that. ha. There are more books to be collected, read, and USED!
wasup man.
So, the SBL Style Handbook, eh? You going to be invited to present alongside NT Wright now too?
sup bro...
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