January 2nd, 2020

what I read during the year 2019 cont

July 2019
'Abel And Cain' a novel by Gregor Von Rezzori
'Biblical Spirituality' Edited by Christopher W. Morgan
'Trinity Without Hierarchy: Reclaiming Nicene Orthodoxy in Evangelical Theology' by Michael Bird & Scot Harrower
'The Beauty of The Lord: Theology As Aesthetics' by Jonathan King
'Tears of The Truffle Pig' a novel by Fernando A. Flores
'See What I See' essays by Greg Gerke
'Biblical Theology of the New Testament' by Peter Stuhlmacher
'A Brief History of Portable Literature' a novel by Eurigue Vila-Matas
'The Fan Man' a novel by William Kotzwinkle
'Nineteen-Eighty-Four' a novel by George Orwell
'The Ministry of Truth: The Biography of George Orwell's 1984' by Dorian Lynskey
'The Complete Works of Guy De Manpassaut' Volume XIV 'Ball-Of-Tallow'
'Wilco Learning To Die' biography by Greg Kot
'The Case For Jesus: The Biblical And Historical Evidence For Christ' by Brant Pitre
'Reclaiming Participation: Christ as God's Life for All' by Cynthia Peters Anderson
'Kasebier Takes Berlin' a novel by Gabriele Tergit

August 2019
'Biblical Theology of the New Testament' by Peter Stuhlmacher
'Reclaiming Participation: Christ as God's Life for All' by Cynthia Peters Anderson
'See What I See' essays by Greg Gerke
'Tomato Red' a novel by Daniel Woodrell
'Kasebier Takes Berlin' a novel by Gabriele Tergit Translated by Sophie Duvernoy
'The Beauty of The Lord: Theology As Aesthetics' by Jonathan King
'Auto-Da-Fe' a novel by Elias Canetti
'The Divine Christ: Paul, The Lord Jesus, And The Scriptures of Israel' by David B. Capes
'Garrets and Pretenders: A History of Bohemianism in America' by Albert Parry
'Another Roadside Attraction' a novel by Tom Robbins
'The Diary of H.C. Mencken'
'Abel And Cain' a novel by Gregor Von Rezzori
'An Arsonist's Guide To Writer's Homes In New England' a novel by Brooke Clarke
'American Moderns Bohemian New York And The Creation of A New Century' by Christine Stansell
'Nicotine' a novel by Nell Zink
"Doing Theology With The Reformers' by Gerald Bray
'Ducks, Newburyport' a novel by Lucy Ellman

September 2019
"Doing Theology With The Reformers' by Gerald Bray
'Romans 1-8' New Testament VII Reformation Commentary On Scripture
'Ducks, Newburyport' a novel by Lucy Ellman
'Biblical Theology of the New Testament' by Peter Stuhlmacher
'Nicotine' a novel by Nell Zink
'Doxology' a novel by Neil Zink
'Cold Warriors: Writers, Who Waged The Literary Cold War' by Duncan White
'Journals 1939-1983' Stephen Spender
'See What I See' essays by Greg Gerke
'Participating in Christ: Explorations in Paul's Theology and Spirituality' by Michael J. Gorman
'Against Memoir Complaints, Confessions & Criticisms' by Michele Tea
'Fellow Passengers' a novel in portraits by Louis Auchincloss

the role of death in covenant inauguration

It is 12:15 PM Thursday afternoon. It is another cold sunny day here in West Michigan. I hope it does not snow this month or next month, but I am dreaming. It will snow eventually, because it is Winter.

I got up this morning around 6:15 AM. I did not want to get up but I was awake and my mind was already active so I got up. I tell myself I do not have to do anything so get out of bed and sometime during the day you can doze-drift in a half sleep conscious state. People seem to go through life in a death sleep. So I got up ate a bowl of cereal for breakfast and then messed with our main computer. After messing with our main computer I wrote in my paper diary and then dozed till 8:30 AM. Carol got home from work around 8:40 AM and went to bed around 9:35 AM. She is off from work till next week Monday.

After Carol went to bed I went through my diaries of July, August, and September 2019 and listed what I had attempted to read. After I did that I got out to read a book titled, 'Promise, Law, Faith: Covenant-Historical Reasoning in Galatians' by T. David Gordon.

So has gone by existence thus far today. Not much else report this afternoon. Last night I watched some college football and read my books till bedtime. The last book I attempted to read last night is titled, 'Pages From The Goncourt Journals' Edmond And Jules De Goncourt Edited, translated, and with an introduction by Robert Baldick.

Well I suppose I will close to wait out existence in a Dead Zone. Wait to see what comes in the mail this afternoon. I am expecting books to come in the mail this week.

I could leave the house and go for a walk someplace, but I do not feel like going out into the world today. Tomorrow I have to leave the house because I volunteer at our local library used books store The Book Nook from 10 o'clock AM till 1 o'clock PM.
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