Author’s Bookshelf: Starlight and Time

My reading time took a blow this last week, as I had writing projects to catch up on and not a lot of time to do them. So, I sacrificed reading to catch up. (And mostly succeeded!)

Consequently, I only read one book this week. Starlight and Time by D. Russell Humphreys. I read it on the recommendation of a dear friend. (The same friend with whom I’ve been buddy reading The Lord of the Rings.) Though published in the late 90’s, I found it a truly fascinating discussion regarding the scientific possibilities of Creation Week. I had never imagined anything quite like this theory – I had actually never really revised the my toddlerhood vision of how God created the earth. I found it all rather wonderful and the science seemed possible. I would rather like to do some research to discover whether more work has been done on the theory in the last twenty years.

I haven’t worked on anything else yet, though I’m thinking it may be time to reread The Betrayal.

What are you reading this week?

To the KING be all the glory!

One comment

  1. Paige says:

    I may have to read that book! Currently, I’m reading “Devotedly: The Personal Letters and Love Story of Jim and Elisabeth Elliot”. It’s been an amazing read thus far!

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