Summer Reading: Done and Done

The summer is nearly done, so I figured I’d post the list of my summer readings. There is still time left, and I plan on at least, starting and finishing Davita’s Harp by Chaim Potok before class starts (and if it has been anything like the previous Potok books, I’ll do that in a day – delicious I tell you).

My summer readings (2007):

Not for Class:
The Chosen by Chaim Potok
The Promise by Chaim Potok
My Name is Asher Lev by Chaim Potok
The Gift of Asher Lev by Chaim Potok
The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks (this isn’t worth a rereading for all sorts of reasons)
The Book of Dun Cow by Walter Wangerin, Jr.

Class: Theology and Torture
Anamnesis as Dangerous Memory by Bruce Morrill
Guantánamo: What the World Should Know by Michael Ratner and Ellen Ray
Myths America Lives By by Richard T. Hughes
On Christian Theology by Rowan Williams
The School of Americas: Military Training and Political Violence in the Americas by Lesley Gill
The War on Terrorism and the Terror of God by Lee Griffith
Torture and Eucharist by William Cavanaugh
The End of Memory: Remembering Rightly in a Violent World by Miroslav Volf

Class: Roger Haight’s Christology
Dynamics of Theology
Jesus Symbol of God
The Future of Christology


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