Summer reading list, updated


Marcus Borg, The Heart of Christianity
Jay McDaniel and Charles Pinches (ed.), Good News For Animals? Christian Approaches to Animal Well-Being
Michael Ramsey, God, Christ and the World


Herman Melville, Moby-Dick

Started but moved to the back burner:

Bill McKibben, Eaarth
John Haught, God After Darwin

To start:

Paul Krugman, The Conscience of a Liberal
Harvey Kaye, Thomas Paine and the Promise of America

Added to the pile:

Alfred North Whitehead, Adventures of Ideas

One thought on “Summer reading list, updated

  1. Only one on there that I’ve read is “Moby Dick” so that’s all that I can offer any help on. I don’t know how far into it you are, but it can be a toughie at times, especially when Melville goes off about how to cut p and prepare a whale after catching it. While it’s involved in the text, it isn’t necessary information by any stretch. Still, it is for the most part a very interesting read, and, of course, a classic, so go for it and good luck!

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