Walter asked what I was reading when I saw him this weekend at Mary's:
Out of the Dark, sci-fi from David Weber (a loan from Macon)
Light on a Gray Area: American Public Policy on Aging, by Stephen Sapp (Steve, a classmate at Duke, Duke Divinity School grad, member of our Presbytery, is head of the Religion Department at the U)
The Climax of the Covenant: Christ and the Law in Pauline Theology, N.T. Wright (We're using Wright's little books on Romans in our class)
The Last Word: Beyond the Bible Wars to a New Understanding of the Authority of Scripture, by N.T. Wright.
How Cars Work: An Illustrated Guide to the 250 Most Important Car Parts, by Tom Newton (My liberal education has some serious gaps. This will help.)
Auto Upkeep: Basic Car Care, Maintenance, and Repair (2d Edition), Michael E. Gray and Linda E. Gray
Workbook for Auto Upkeep: Basic Car Care, Maintenance, and Repair (2d Edition), Michael E. Gray and Linda E. Gray (companion to the title immediately above)
Dragon Naturally Speaking End-User Workbook, Version 11, by Nuance. This technology is amazing and I'm into it at work.
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Stephen R. Covey. Bill Stepp, the minister emeritus of Memorial PC in West Palm, is a "coach" who uses this book - from a Biblical perspective - to help people. Bill, a Marine, although retired from the pulpit, is not out to pasture. It's the second time around for me with this title. I read it first around 20 years ago. Having learned what Bill is doing, I wanted to refresh myself on Covey's approach.