April 16th, 2019

reflections on Second Peter chapter 2 & Jude

reflections on Second Peter chapter 2 & Jude

'Reformed Systematic Theology: Revelation and God' Volume 1 by Joel R. Beeke & Paul M. Smalley

'Moral Reflections on the Book of Job' Volume 5 Books 23-27 by Gregory the Great Translated by Brian Kerns, OCSO

'I Peter, 2 Peter, and Jude: Steadfast in the Faith' Woman's Bible Study Guide by Sarah Ivill

'Fleeing Sodom' a sermon by Jonathan Edwards [Text "Remember Lot's wife" Luke 17:32]

'Culture and the Death of God' Cultural studies by Terry Eagleton

'Outside Looking In' a novel by T.C. Boyle
  • Current Mood
    tired tired

people with a taste for the paranoid psychology of the cult

It is 1:26 PM Tuesday afternoon in the cold death flow here in West Michigan. It is a partly cloudy afternoon. It is still not warm though. There is no sign of Spring yet here in Michigan. There is snow still on the ground.

I got up this morning around 5:45 AM. I got up made a pot of coffee and then messed with our main computer. After messing with our main computer I wrote in my paper diary and had a bowl of cereal for breakfast. After breakfast I read some of more of the book, 'Reformed Systematic Theology' by Joel R. Beeke & Paul M. Smalley. After reading some Dutch Reformed Theology I made a video.

Carol left this morning around 8:01 AM to have breakfast with friends and do other errands. I did leave the house late this morning to buy coffee beans at Simpatico Coffee and to visit local thrift stores in search of used books. All I found this morning at thrift stores were two used books I already had, nothing new. I did get in the mail this afternoon a new book titled, 'White' essays by Bret Easton Ellis.

Last night I read my books and went to bed around 10:30 PM. Carol had gone to bed last night around 7:30 PM.

All I have attempted to read this afternoon is a book titled, 'Notebooks 1936-1947' Victor Serge Translated By Mitchell Abidor and Richard Greeman.

I suppose I will close to drift. I am tired.
  • Current Music
    Antropomorphia 'Merciless Savagery'