Quick Wish List notes. . .
D.A. from Maryland. . .all seven of the books you shipped have arrived. I gave them to Fr. Itza of the Angelicum library this morning. Mille grazie! A Thank You note will go out this weekend.
D.S. from N. Carolina. . .the book you sent some six months ago arrived safely! One of my German brothers saw it and "borrowed" it almost immediately. . .don't worry: I know where he lives. Thank you for the addition!
P.P. from FL. . .I rec'd your gift while I was still in TX, however, the shipping invoice was shipped with my other books to Rome before I left Houston. . .just now getting it again. Mille grazie. . .and a Thank You note headed your way.
Some of you may have noticed that my WISH LIST selections have shifted slightly from Philosophy of Science to Philosophy of Religion and philosophical theology. As I move into Ph.D. work, my research must become more and more specialized. Though I have not yet selected a specific topic, it will be something having to do with the controversy of using/abusing science in the defense of pluralistic theologies of religion (i.e., use/abuse of science in theology to promote heresy).
Pray for me! Tough week. . .