More Reading

Still no Jesus news. After reading The Glory and the Dream, I was in a groove for reading historical stuff. So I picked up The Federalist Papers, a book that has been sitting on my shelf for years. Always wanted to read it so here goes.

I’m about 100 pages into it. It’s interesting. It’s fascinating that Americans pretty much all read or talked about this stuff at one time. The Papers are a commentary on the Constitution written by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison and John Jay (they are our Christian Founding Fathers, as I’m sure you know).

I also just noticed that it’s more than 500 pages and I immediately began doubting that my historical groove will last that long, but we’ll see.

One thought on “More Reading”

  1. You could get an ebook reading device:

    I have had mine for a year and these are some of the titles that I keep on it:

    The Battle of Gog and Magog
    The Uropean Union and The Supra-Religion
    King James Bible
    David – A story of passion & destiny
    Paul: a Man of Grace and Grit
    David: Warrior and King
    Answers for Today
    Charisma vs. Charismania
    The Tribulation and the Church
    Why Grace Changes Everything
    The Gospel According to Grace
    Effective Prayer Life
    Living Water
    The Christian Life
    An Urgent Call to a Serious Faith
    Mystery Babylon Identified
    Earnestly Contend
    The Works of Flavius Josephus
    The Rapture Plot: Weighted and Found Wanting
    Seven Major Prophetic Signs of the Second Coming
    David’s Story
    64 Reasons The Rapture Of The Church Is Not The Second Coming Of Christ To
    Reign On Earth
    Foxe’s Book of Martyrs
    The Case for a Creator
    God’s Final Word – Understanding Revelation
    What on Earthis Happening – Olivet Discourse
    When the Church was Young – ACTS
    God’s Loving Word – Exploring the Gospel of John
    Reason to Rejoice – Romans
    Waiting for the Second Coming – Thessalonians
    Spiritual Warfare
    Some Glorious And Incomparable Promises Of The Bible
    The Death and Resurrection of The Beast

    Great to have and cheap to own.


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