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When Religion Becomes Evil by Charles Kimball
The Annotated Mother Goose: With an Introduction and Notes by William Baring-Gould
The English Reformation [2nd Edition] by A. G. Dickens
Theology of the New Testament by Werner G. Kummel
The Gospel Message of St. Mark by R. H. Lightfoot
The Gospel According to John (Regent's Study Guides, 1) by L. Joseph Kreitzer
Christ and counter-Christ;: Apocalyptic themes in theology and culture by Carl E Braaten
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About meI am a retired pastor in Southwest Virginia, married to a librarian and father to two wonderful daughters, one a pastor and one an art historian, and grandfather of two grandsons 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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