Many Things

Lately I’ve been unmotivated to write in the space. It’s not that I haven’t been thinking about things (there’s been plenty of fodder provided by Gideon Strauss), it’s that I haven’t had the time or motivation to write coherent responses to those things. I have been collecting a reading list, however, and hopefully I’ll make some progress on it during the holidays. Here’s what’s in the hopper:

* The Executed God. A Christian perspective on the lock-down culture in America.
* A long list of articles and books about the relationship between Christianity and Evolution (and specifically Darwinism). Lots of historical perspectives, too, tracing the development of Darwinism and the Christians responses to it. As a side note, this list was given to me by a friend who is a philosophy of science doctoral candidate at Pitt, with an emphasis on evolutionary/developmental theory.
* A book of essays by Herman Dooyeweerd.

That should keep me busy, and hopefully I’ll be prodded into writing a bit more.