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CollectionsYour library (321), Wishlist (1), Currently reading (1), All collections (321)

Reviews4 reviews

Tagsreligion (27), history (14), personal (12), contemporary (12), howto (11), fiction (10), christianity (9), reformation (8), psychology (7), academe (6) — see all tags

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About meI teach religious studies at a small college in eastern Pennsylvania.

About my libraryActually, I don't own the vast majority of the books in this list. I've been using LT to "bookmark" books I'm interested in and either have read or want to read. I hope that's not bad.

GroupsProgressive & Liberal!, Too Obscure, Wordies

Homepagehttp://nathanrein.com

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Real nameNathan Rein

LocationPhoenixville, PA, USA

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Account typepublic, lifetime

URLs /profile/nbr (profile)
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Member sinceApr 8, 2006

Currently readingPolitics at God's Funeral: The Spiritual Crisis of Western Civilization by Michael Harrington

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Nothing wrong with that! Rumor is they will at some point in the finite future have a "list" function for those that want to keep those kinds of lists (me, me, me) but not directly in their main libraries. My @ToReadButDon'tOwn list is lengthy :)
"I've been using LT to "bookmark" books I'm interested in and either have read or want to read. I hope that's not bad."

It's bad - it's very bad.

Thanks for leading me here. I love it!
Hi! :) How'd you find me?

Wait, you're on MySpace? How did I not know that?

You should send me a letter sometime, let me know what's up. :) How's the family? How's UC? I'm still trying to figure out how I can come visit Collegeville sometime this summer (the months go by too fast, I already have plans for my birthday and for vacationing with my family at the end of July, so who knows...).
good book list; still adding mine, but I may have to go buy some of yours :)
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