Bleeding Heartland has a contest for predicting Tuesday’s Primary results.  I don’t want to win by default, so far I am the only one who has entered, other than an anarchist, predicting that voting will only encourage the politicians, which gave me a chuckle.

Being in medical school, I am always reading textbooks, notes or research articles, but don’t get the time to read for fun.  Shortly I will have a little down time and will try to read a book for fun for a change.  Need suggestions.  To give you an idea of what I have read the last few years:

The Revolution: Ron Paul

End the Fed: Ron Paul

Freedom Under Siege: Ron Paul

I Ain’t Got Time to Bleed: Jesse Ventura

When Altruism Isn’t Enough (The Case for Compensating Kidney Donors): Sally Satel

Why We’re Not Emergent: DeYoung, and Kluck

Muslims, Christians and Jesus: Carl Mederias

Tea With Hezbollah:  Carl Mederias

Sword and Scalpel: Dr. Robert Foster

Deliver Us From Evil: Ravi Zacharias

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  1. Also, have you ever read Blood Brothers by Elias Chacour (spelling may not be right). He is a Palestinian Christian, and tells a fascinating story about the creation of Israel from a Palestinian Christian perspective.

  2. Leon Kass, “The Beginning of Wisdom:” an attempt to read Genesis with as few presumptions as possible, just to see how the text “works,” so to speak. Dr. Kass has an article at First Things, “L’Chaim and Its Limits,” that I highly recommend.

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