27 April 2006

Summer Reading List

I have an enormous stack of books waiting to be read this summer. Hopefully, I can finish most of them. (The most effective way to finish a large number of books is to read two at a time.)
  1. The Case for Christ, Lee Strobel
  2. The Troubled Waters of Evolution, Henry M. Morris
  3. Darwin's Black Box, Michael J. Behe
  4. One Thing You Can't Do in Heaven, Mark Cahill
  5. The Heavenly Man, Brother Yun with Paul Hattaway
  6. 7 Men Who Rule the World From the Grave, Dave Reese
  7. Utopia, Sir Thomas More
  8. Heart of Darkness, Joseph Conrad
  9. Beowulf, translated by Seamus Heaney*
  10. Burial at Thebes: A Version of Sophocles' Antigone, by Seamus Heaney*
  11. Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, translated by J.R.R. Tolkein*
*Do not own yet

13 Comments:

At 27 April, 2006 12:09, Blogger The IBEX Scribe said...

I have read Heart of Darkness (required reading in high school) and Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (required reading in college). I have many, many, many books on my shelf to read. Some day when I'm not a student anymore perhaps I will start reading them!

 
At 27 April, 2006 14:24, Blogger Dyspraxic Fundamentalist said...

'Heart of Darkness' is so boring. It is one of the few books I have given up on.

I like 'Antigone'.

'Utopia' is an odd choice.

Every Blessing in Christ

Matthew

 
At 27 April, 2006 14:38, Blogger Carey said...

Why is Utopia an odd choice? It was on sale at the bookstore, so I got it.

 
At 27 April, 2006 15:11, Blogger Palm boy said...

Hey, throw in Animal Farm by George Orwell, along with Heir to the Empire, Dark Force Rising, and The Last Command by Timothy Zahn.

Wow. If matt can't finish it, it must be boring. :D

 
At 27 April, 2006 15:23, Blogger Dyspraxic Fundamentalist said...

'Utopia' is not exactly a very Christian book. Worth reading for education I am sure. I have read stuff by Nietzche, which I suppose is worse.

PB, I read 'Dark Force Rising' and I read a comic adaptation of 'Last Command'. I renounced Star Wars a couple of years ago because I thought I was addicted. I have not even seen the last movie.

Animal Farm is good.

Every Blessing in Christ

Matthew

 
At 27 April, 2006 16:36, Blogger Carey said...

I read Animal Farm when I was 15 and liked it.

Haven't read any of the others you suggested, Robert. BTW, nice picture.

 
At 27 April, 2006 16:54, Blogger Redeemed said...

Carey, my little busy bee. I guess it's only normal that bees get busier in the summer!

I would like to read books dismissing evolution because of all religions, I find it to be the most offensif.

I don't look like a monkey, I don't act like a monkey, none of my ancestors were monkeys and no one is turning into a monkey.

The only monkey is my high school biology teacher who actually belives that by the year 3000, humans will have tails.

 
At 27 April, 2006 17:44, Blogger Carey said...

Tails? *falls out of chair laughing*

 
At 27 April, 2006 18:07, Blogger Redeemed said...

Now you know how I banged my head!!!!

 
At 27 April, 2006 19:36, Blogger Carey said...

Hahahaha

 
At 27 April, 2006 20:22, Blogger The IBEX Scribe said...

If you're really feeling ambitious I have some books by Foucault that you can borrow...

 
At 28 April, 2006 13:45, Blogger Carey said...

*phew* Maybe next summer...

 
At 30 April, 2006 07:23, Blogger Julia said...

Whooo a reading list! youve gotta email it to me!

 

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