November bests …

From the reading chair:

Reforming Theology: Explorations in the Theological Traditions of the United Reformed Church by David Peel; Dr. Dog by Babette Cole; Theology of Hope by Jürgen Moltmann; Open Secrets: A Spiritual Journey Through a Country Church by Richard Lischer; First As Tragedy, Then As Farce by Slavoj Žižek; Windows on the Cross by Tom Smail; The Seven Storey Mountain by Thomas Merton; The Pseudonyms of God by Robert McAfee Brown.

Through the iPod: Raising Sand by Alison Krauss and Robert Plant; American III: Solitary Man and American V: A Hundred Highways by Johnny Cash; Battle Studies by John Mayer; Play On by Carrie Underwood; The Charity of Night, Stealing Fire and Life Short Call Now by Bruce Cockburn; The Circle by Bon Jovi; Jennifer Hudson by Jennifer Hudson; Reality Killed the Video Star by Robbie Williams (this one took a while to grow on me); The North Star by Roddy Frame (HT: Bruce put me on to this). And as I begin to get into the Christmas thing, I’m listening to Christmas by Bruce Cockburn; Christmas in the Heart by Bob Dylan; My Christmas by Andrea Bocelli; Come to the Cradle by Michael Card; and Breath Of Heaven: A Christmas Collection by Vince Gill.

On the screen: Perfume: The Story of a Murderer [2006]

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