Discussion in 'Arts, Literature, and Games' started by Old Christendom, Mar 20, 2013.
That sounds very interesting! I’ll have to check it out.
The Bible Today by C.H. Dodd. Dodd was fascinated by the narrative aspect of Scripture.
Catholicism: A Journey to the Heart of the Faith, Fr. Robert Barron
I just finished the first chapter and enjoyed it immensely.
The Imitation of Christ.
Ancient Christian Worship by Andrew B. McGowan is what I'm currently (slowly) reading for a bit of study.
I’ve just started The Universal Christ by Richard Rohr.
Don’t take this as a recommendation, I think he’s a post Christian New Age mystic with a thin shell of orthodoxy.
I am reading
Creation and the Cross: The Mercy of God for a Planet in Peril [Kindle Edition]
By: Elizabeth A. Johnson
I am only reading it because it is part of a theology class and it is just ok. I haven't read a lot yet and we read it in bits and pieces and then talk about it, comparing it with scripture etc, so it will take a long time to get through it all, I think. If it hadn't been required reading, I wouldn't be reading it - so not much of a recommendation I know.
I'm currently reading The Heritage of Anglican Theology by Packer. Folks who enjoy history would probably like this book.
I read that recently myself. Highly recommended.
I’m currently reading Schleiermacher’s The Christian Faith, and am finding it to be a much more rewarding exercise than I even expected.