books on my study desk & Jeremiah Burroughs
'Moses' Choice' by Jeremiah Burroughs
'Meditation And Communion with God-Contemplating Scripture In An Age of Distraction' by John Jefferson Davis
'The Works of William Perkins' Volume 8
'Theoretical-Practical Theology-Prolegomena' Volume 1 by Petrus Van Mastricht
'Theoretical-Practical Theology-Faith in the Triune God' Volume 2 by Petrus Van Mastricht
'Reformed Ethics-Created, Fallen, And Converted Humanity' by Herman Bavinck
'Promise, Law, Faith-Covenant-Historical Reasoning in Galatians' by T. David Gordon
'The Puritans-A Transatlantic History' by David D. Hall
'1-2 Thessalonians, 1-2 Timothy, Titus, Philemon' New Testament XII Reformation Commentary On Scripture
It is 4:35 PM Sunday early evening here in West Michigan. It has been snowing all day and it is predicted to snow for a thousand years.
I got up this morning around 7:30 AM. I got up late this morning because I had read till sometime past Midnight last night. I had gotten deep into a book titled, 'Analyzing Freud: Letters Of H.D., Bryher, And Their Circle' Edited By Susan Stanford Friedman.
Carol left to get Sunday newspapers around 8:30 AM this morning and then go to Covenant PCA. While she was gone I filmed a video for my Youtube channel and then read from a book titled, 'Moses' Choice' by Jeremiah Burroughs a17th century English Puritan reprint.
Carol got home from Covenant PCA around 12:10 PM. I then took Ollie our oldest son's dog for a walk. When we got back Carol and I ate a lunch. Caleb picked up Ollie around 1 o'clock PM today.
Right now Carol is sleeping and I have been reading this afternoon from a book titled, 'Cassandra's Daughter: A History of Psychoanalysis' by Joseph Schwartz. I am also looking a book titled, 'Freud-Darkness in the Midst of Vision' biography by Louis Breger.
Not much else to report this evening. I have been just reading my books and waiting for the world to come to an end.
Tomorrow is another Monday in the ongoing unstoppable death flow. I once again tomorrow volunteer at our library local used books store, The Book Nook. The rest of tomorrow remains right now wrapped in darkness.