I spent most of the day moving stuff around. My family has doubled. Cat's sister moved in with us and Skylar our "granddaughter" has been with us a year and a half ago. We are trying to move stuff out of both their rooms (which formerly were used as a den and a study).
One requirement has been for us to give away several books that we have had for years, some of which neither of us have read. It is a bit depressing to think that there are many excellent books that you will never get around to reading. And when you have them on your shelf year after year, you feel guilty that you did not sit down and read them.
Such is the life of bibilophiles.
However, right now I am reading some interesting books. Each year during Lent season, our church does a book study. This year we are studying the book Speaking Christian by Marcus Borg.
Borg writes about how the language associated with Christianity has become distorted and meaningless in our time. His desire is for us to see words like sin, salvation, redemption, righteousness and so forth in their historical meaning and to understand what those words mean to us in our time.
I've read Borg before and have always enjoyed his writings. So I am looking forward to our study.