So I guess I'll delete it and start over. I find that so often I get only part way through books and that so many of them are on my shelf unfinished. I have to read based on my mood. When I'm tired I find I can only read history. I've been tired a lot lately.
So the Sweet Land of Liberty, a history of civil rights in the north; The Forgotten Many, a re-reading of the depression and FDR New Deal era; and Pillar of Fire by Taylor Branch (2nd of 3 part trilogy about America in the King years). I usually get about 20 pages read in a sitting.
Then when I'm feeling reflective I continue to wrestle with tougher short theologies such as Bruggeman's Prophetic Imagination and Wolterstorff's Until Justice and Peace Embrace.
I've also gotten through Reconciling All Things (Rice and Katongole) which was really helpful discussion and purchased another book in the series called Living Gently in a Violent World by Hauerwas and Vanier. Also started but haven't gotten too far in Race, a Theological Account (J. Kameron Carter) which will clearly be the most difficult book I read this year.
Lastly I am reading a small book from the Acton institute on Justice and a great little book by Stephen Nicols called "Getting the Blues". Wonderful stuff. hope I can finish them all in the next couple of months!!