Literature, Fiction & Non

Here’s the few that made their way to the top of the legendary Great Pile of Books™. One of my data science projects is to create a MySQL database of the 1500+ volumes and put in on the web. I’ll be glad when I can access style sheets using WordPress.

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Meyerson, Michael I. Scott, Sir Walter.
image_graphix_book_bissell_apostle Morrison, Toni.
image_graphix_book_peterson_guide_insects_north_america Palacios-Huerta, Ignacio.
image_graphix_book_oord_uncontrolling_love_God Schiff, Stacy.
image_graphix_book_the_crucified_God Camus, Albert.
Stegner, Wallace. Storr, Anthony.

BelPres Christ & Culture Book Discussion Group

Many Tuesday mornings starting at 6:30a I attend a book discussion group at Bellevue Presbyterian Church. We cover a wide variety of works of fiction and non-fiction, most of which I most likely would not have read on my own. Makes for interesting discussion.

The current selection is: Roland H. Bainron’s Here I Stand: A Life of Martin Luther (ISBN: 978-0-452-01146-5) first published in 1950. This year 2017 marks the 500th anniversary of Luther’s publication of the Ninety-Five Theses in 1517, an event most experts mark as the beginning of the Protestant Reformation. It will be interesting to contrast Luther with Calvin, as well as gain better insight into Luther’s disputes with another 16th Century theologian, Erasmus.


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