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Reading Goals for 2016-2017

I measure the years starting in August, not January. So, here is what I plan, Lord willing, to have read by the end of the year: 1. All of Martin Heidegger’s corpus in English. I’ve read Sein und Zeit and … Continue reading

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Goals for the week of April 4

I am going to try something new:  set reading goals for myself for the upcoming week. Read City of God Books 6-8 Finish Kant’s Pure Critique. Finish Yates Art of Memory. Finish outlines of City of God, books 1-5

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So, about that Lent…

I try never to talk about Lent, pro or con.  I think Lent is an example of Christian liberty at the most basic (St Paul: why value one day over another?).  The reactions to Lent, for and against, however, are … Continue reading

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A Church Fathers Reading List

Michael Haykin’s group came up with its recommended reading list.  It’s worth considering, though here is my own list.  I am skipping some otherwise seminal individuals, simply to make this list manageable. Irenaeus, Against Heresies.  Bailey links to this edition. … Continue reading

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Reading thinkers, not individual books

You will often see it suggested that one is better served by reading the corpus of major thinkers rather than simply individual books.  I think there is some wisdom to that.  So here is my reading list for 2016, Deo … Continue reading

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