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the activity of reading

This evening I made a video for my Youtube channel where I shared with folks my method of reading. I read mainly because I enjoy the activity of reading. I do not pick up a book with the intention of reading it to the end. I rarely read a book to the end. Now I do once in awhile read a novel to the end if I find myself really enjoying the novel. But when it comes to books like 'Being In Christ: A Biblical and Systematic Investigation in a Reformed Perspective' by Hans Burger, I doubt if I will read it to the end. I tend to read nonfiction books for a couple of weeks and then go out to something else. I often will read a nonfiction book for awhile put it aside and pick it back up sometime in the future. I just enjoy reading and not that concern with reading a book from cover to cover.

Below is a list of the books I have been reading today and this week thus far-

'Being In Christ: A Biblical and Systematic Investigation in a Reformed Perspective' by Hans Burger

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

'Notebooks 1936-1947' Victor Serge Translated By Mitchell Abidor & Richard Greeman [An NYRB Classics Original]

'Outside Looking In' a novel by T.C. Boyle

'Merry Men' a novel by Carolyn Chute

'The Faculty Of Dreams: Amendment to the Theory of Sexuality Or Valerie' by Sara Stridsberg Translated from the Swedish by Deborah Bragan-Turner

'Nervous States: Democracy And The Decline Of Reason' by William Davies

'The Lazarus Project' a novel by Aleksandar Hemon

'Godric' a novel by Frederick Buechner

'Spinster: Making A Life Of One's Own' a memoir by Kate Bolick

'A Call To Arms: Mobilizing America For World War II' by Maury Klein
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