Biblical Eyesight Emerging Forefront
This entry is going to be a rare treat for you. I typically write about the Bible, and things of that nature. Today, I am rambling on about how my next book is a little longer than expected. Enjoy.
Today I just finished the book The Courage to be Protestant by David Wells. It was a good overall, and I will be working on the review next. The next book I am going to read is called Defending Inerrancy.I picked the book because of importance of the topic, and I also wanted to read something newer on the issue in order to be caught up in all things in the world of theology.
The thing I did not notice until I purchased the book on its release date was the length. That is the one thing about reading on a Kindle, you really don’t know the size of the book until you download it (honestly you can see how many pages it is before, but usually I focus on what the book is about). When I start a longer a book it feels like a huge life commitment. The next few weeks of ny life will be focused on this one book. It can be a pretty big deal. It is going to take patience, which I lack. It will also take time, which I could always use more. It will also take some diligence. I can do it. To me it is easier to read a long book than it is a bad book. The last bad book I read I did not even finish (it was that bad). I put it down (or really I just closed the file because I usually read from my Kindle), and read the next book on my list. It could be worse, and I think I will make it.
Also, this is my first post I did on my phone too. We got a lot of technology going on around here.