Archive for the ‘Books and Book Reviews’ Category

On Religion (Thinking in Action) , which I can now cross of my books to read list, was recommended to me by Dr. Keith Putt who now teaches at Samford university.  What follows is a very brief review since I am still taking in all that Dr. Caputo wrote.     I like Caputo’s  dialogic approach […]


I have been doing a lot of reading in the past few months. For a long time, I pretty much have read murder mysteries and computer books. But when my “mid-life” crisis hit last year, I began to read books on Depression (eg. “I Don’t Want to Talk About It: Overcoming the Secret Legacy of […]