Monday, January 3, 2011

In Which We Never Read Again

Most of the reading since leaving seminary has been books I've already read. Leithart, Knight, Zizioulas, Hart, and now Candler (incidentally, the first book I read when I started seminary). I'm even in the middle of Rushdie, too. (Thus meeting my "one fictional work a year" quota.) Even Rorty this summer was stuff I read as an undergrad. Other than Marion and Schmemann, I'm not sure I've read anything new. I've even been craving some re-reads of Lewis and Wright. Apparently, I will never read another book.

Oh and I forgot how splendid Theology, Rhetoric, and Manuduction is. Probably the best book I've read on reading Scripture.