What I’m reading

July 10, 2006 | Uncategorized | 2 comments

I just finished Chesterton’s Everlasting Man last night. Like most Chesterton I read I know I got a lot out of it but couldn’t tell you exactly what that is. I feel like it’s changed my view of the world, God, and man but can’t really say how (though I do have a few other things on my mind…)

I’m now starting a little book I picked up at our local Catholic gift store, In the Beginning, There Were Stories: Thoughts About the Oral Tradition of the Bible by William Bausch. I’d never heard of it but it looks fascinating.

2 Comments

  1. knit_tgz

    May God protect you and your child in such an important day!

  2. Wonders for Oyarsa

    Don’t worry if you don’t understand The Everlasting Man on your first read. It took me about four times before I really felt like I grasped what he was getting at. But, wow, what a book!

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