I am quickly reaching the end of my time in seminary. In fact, this summer is likely to be my final summer before completing my MDiv. Every summer I sit and think of the lists of books that I THINK I should have read during the semester…and then life happens and I get no closer to reading any of them. This summer I was thinking that it would be interesting to get a clue as to what others are reading and thinking about.
My theological interests are around issues of IDENTITY, especially as they relate to Race, Language and Religion. But I am also interested in reading for fun!
If you have any suggestions for my list and my interests please post them below.
Here is a book I think you should read:
Maritza A. de Gonzalez said:
WOW, this morning I began to write a preaching thought about “The Day I passed the mantle to my daughter”. The story of identity and sharing, mentoring and coaching in a time when others might be only thinking on self preservation. It is the reading of Elijah and Elisha (Elias y Eliseo). Blessings and thanks for sharing. Pastor Maritza
I am now reading the divergent series – interesting take on what is our identity and what makes one “dangerous” – and it is a (relatively) quick read – a nice break from the semester’s texts 🙂