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a biblical theology of mystery

It is now in the flow of this day 2:49 PM Wednesday afternoon. I am down in the lower level writing on my Samsung lap top computer. The day thus far has been quiet. It is too cold and wet to go anywhere today. I have been wandering the house and reading Will Self's new novel "Shark". I have these other writings by Will Self in our library-

"Junk Mail" essays by Will Self

"Cock & Bull" a novel by Will Self

"The Quantity Theory of Insanity And Other Stories" by Will Self

"Dorian" a novel by Will Self

"Umbrella" a novel by Will Self

"My Idea of Fun" a novel by Will Self

"The Book of Dave" a novel by Will Self

In the mail this afternoon I received a used book I had ordered titled, "Darconville's Cat" a novel by Alexander Theroux.

The UPS man delivered a book I had pre-ordered months ago titled, "Hidden But Now Revealed: A Biblical Theology of Mystery" by G. K. Beale & Benjamin L. Gladd. Beale is one of my favorite New Testament scholars/theologians. I have almost all of Beale's books in our library.

Well I suppose I will go back to reading "Shark" a novel by Will Self.

Will-Self.com internet website

"But we speak the wisdom of God in a mystery, the hidden wisdom which God ordained before the ages for our glory" First Corinthians 2:7
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