Discussion in 'Non-Anglican Discussion' started by bwallac2335, Nov 18, 2020.
I am currently reading Sherlock Holmes and The Origins of Totalitarianism
I am reading "Unbelievers An Emotional History of Doubt" by Alec Ryrie, Prof of Divinity and like Tiffy a licenced CoE reader.
Knowing God by J. I. Packer (a classic and an absolute treasure)
Karl Barth's commentary on the Epistle to the Romans
John Stott's The Cross of Christ
I need to read the top one
The book I am reading at the moment is Elephant, Camel (and tea) by Christine J Matthews and I. E. Petrie.
I am finding it quite delightful, and a springboard for much thinking. It is in a sense Unsystematic Theology, in the sense of the Parish Clerk who constantly finds his work interrupted, and then on reflection realise that the interruptions were the work. It is not a work of classical Anglicanism so don't expect that here, however it is a great read, and I wholeheartedly recommend it.
Our region is in a Covid19 lockdown at the moment, so this has been a fabulous piece of sunshine.
Sometimes the most thought provoking works are not overt religious works.