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amy p

I'm almost finished with anne lamott: Plan B. I didn't read traveling mercies, but am enjoying the book (i've got two chapters left).


"The Puppet and the Dwarf: The Perverse Core of Christianity" by Slavoj Zizek.


I am currently reading the book of order and the book of confessions. It is suprisingly good, but I can't wait to move onto something else :)

Brennan Breed

I just finished "The Brothers K" by David James Duncan. Absolutely amazing. And it's about fishing in the northwest (at least part of it is), too. I don't know if I have read a book that paints a more vivid picture of theology (good and bad) in action.


I love that movie!

This summer I've been reading The Power of One, which I absolutely LOVE.


I've read a lot this summer, with my gallery job offering me a lot of down time. I just finished Huck Finn, which I somehow missed as a kid. Great book! I'm now reading Annie Dillard's An American Childhood, which I'm really enjoying. It's a good mixture of memory, essay and interpretation.

I also enjoyed the movie A River Runs Through It; I saw it for the first time a few weeks ago. Makes me want to fly fish more (I kinda suck). Those Montana rivers sure are beautiful...



You could do a lot worse than "A River Runs Through It". It is an awesome book. Norm McLean captures the heart of the gospel, human joy and suffering all in these pages. As a duck hunter and flyfisherman, it remains one of my favorites. There is a part, and I cannot remember where, when McLean remembers his father reading the gospel in Greek while duck hunting. It is absolutely fabulous. Redford did the book proud in the movie - but you need to read the book.

"Methodist's are Baptists who can read" - that comment from the book will always stay with me.



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