I started reading Is There Meaning in This Text?: The Bible, the Reader, and the Morality of Literary Knowledge by Kevin Vanhoozer. It's a pretty heavy book, very technical and full of the latest philosophy. Very good read though. It seems to be a good sucessor to the Gagging of God by D.A. Carson. Finally finished reading The story of civilization: Louis XIV. It was great. And that along with Jonathan Edwards has given me some fun stuff to think about, and new stuff to ponder.
ignava ratiovitae interminabilis, tota, simul et perfecta possessio "Philosophy is such an impertinently litigious lady that a man had as good be engaged in lawsuits as have to do with her." ~ Isaac Newton
"Tanquam ex ungue leonum" - the lion by the nail.
"nunc stans" ~ Thomas Aquinas
"Semper idem sentire idem est ac nihil sentire" Always to feel the same thing is to feel nothing - Hobbes Ratiocination