Reading: _Jesus Before the Gospels: How the Earliest Christians Remembered, Changed, and Invented Their Stories of the Savior_

Currently Reading:

Jesus Before the Gospels: How the Earliest Christians Remembered, Changed, and Invented Their Stories of the Savior – Bart D. Ehrman

In the Queue:

The Uplift War – David Brin
That Darkness – Lisa Black
Gather Yourselves Together – Philip K. Dick
Evil in Paradise – Beth Cheylan
Unwarranted – Beth Cheylan
The Flying Circus of Physics – Jearl Walker


7 thoughts on “Reading: _Jesus Before the Gospels: How the Earliest Christians Remembered, Changed, and Invented Their Stories of the Savior_”

  1. This sounds interesting…but it this part of a series where it would be better to start with a previous book?

    I always like new FUN things to read (and Sci-Fi/Fantasy are enjoyable as a break from some of the heavy political stuff I follow via blogging and reading.)

    1. Yes, Eric is part of the Discworld series. Though many of these books are stand alone, Eric is a continuation of The Color of Magic, The Light Fantastic, and Sourcery.

  2. Good Omen’s is one of the better works of fantasy to come out the genre in a while. All the more fitting in these crazy Bushian times of “the latter years”. If you decide a taste of Gaiman makes you want more, try “American Gods” or “The Anansi Boys”.

  3. Actually, Good Omen’s is not part of Discworld.

    Anyway, last week, just before reading this post, my partner and I drove 22 hours from Minnesota to DC. Without a CD player, we bought another copy of GO (most GO fans have two or more copies, I’ve found) and read it to each other on the drive. Good times.

    1. I don’t think anyone said it was part of the Discworld series (The comments were actually referring to Eric, which was listed here a long time ago).

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