What’s in Your Book Pile?

Are you seeing what’s really happening? Don’t help the devil destroy our children’s future. S2E21 Blue Skies and Green Pastures with Paula Adams

The progressive agenda is satanic . Transsexualism today ,transhumanism tomorrow. Are you going to be able to hear the voice of God through the increasingly loud noise of the anti-reality mob? I cover a lot of ground here.  https://thebiologist.rsb.org.uk/biologist-features/accelerating-evolution https://www.mdpi.com/2409-9287/4/1/10/htm The Process of Evolution, Human Enhancement Technology, and Cyborgs Examples of brain enhancement programs (DARPA is gratefully acknowledged for use of the material). DARPA Brain Initiative ProgramDescriptionDARPA Brain Initiative ProgramDescriptionElectrical Prescriptions (ElectRx)This program aims to help the human body heal itself through neuromodulation of organ functions using ultraminiaturized devices, approximately the size of individual nerve fibers.Hand Proprioception and Touch Interfaces (HAPTIX)The HAPTIX program will create fully implantable, modular and reconfigurable neural-interface microsystems that communicate wirelessly with external modules, such as a prosthesis interface link, to deliver naturalistic sensations to amputees.Neural Engineering System Design (NESD)The NESD program’s goal is to develop an implantable neural interface able to provide unprecedented signal resolution and data-transfer bandwidth between the brain and the digital world.Neuro Function, Activity, Structure and Technology (Neuro-FAST).The Neuro-FAST program seeks to enable unprecedented visualization and decoding of brain activity to better characterize and mitigate threats to the human brain, as well as facilitate development of brain-in-the-loop systems to accelerate and improve functional behaviors.Next-Generation Nonsurgical Neurotechnology (N3)The N3 program aims to develop a safe, portable neural interface system capable of reading from and writing to multiple points in the brain at once.Reliable Neural-Interface Technology (RE-NET)The RE-NET program seeks to develop the technologies needed to reliably extract information from the nervous system, and to do so at a scale and rate necessary to control complex machines, such as high-performance prosthetic limbs. — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blueskiesandgreenpastures/message
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I buy books and sometimes I even read them!

I’ve been super busy , who isn’t , but I did get to read a little this weekend. For some reason I haven’t started Thunderstruck by Neal Shusterman (second from top) yet even though I am looking forward to it. I think I’m worried it won’t be as good as the first book, Scythe. I did finally start Free Outside by Jeff Garmire, a book about his Triple Crown hike in one calendar year. I ordered it directly to support him and it is actually well written. But then the mailman brought State of Fear by Michael Crichton and I had to see what it was like. The writing is not nearly as good as I expected, but the plot (environmental wackos) is interesting. It’s on the top of the pile because I plan to read it today.

I also have three other books under these that I haven’t started yet. The Jesse Ventura book was an impulse buy. Seemed like it might be good to have for the future, you know , when censorship increases. Finding Truth by Nancy Pearcey is a book I ordered new and still haven’t read . The subject matter is good , but I have such limited leisure reading time that I keep setting it aside for more escapist stories , like Scythe. And the bottom book , Jacob The Liar by Jurek Becker ,I found at Goodwill. It’s a Holocaust story . I’ll get to it when I’m in the right mood.

What’s on your nightstand or end table ? Do you have trouble getting a little time to read ? How do you decide which one to read ? Share in the comments! Happy reading ! Click my affiliate link below to find your next book!


  1. Ha! I always read before bed. Always. I’ve been doing a monthly wrap up of books I’ve read, including where I got the recommendation from. I put books on a goodreads TBR and I read them in order of highest ratings with over a thousand reviews unless I really want to read a book. I also read books for book clubs, both IRL and influencer types

  2. Oh nice pile o’ books there PK. I loved Jacob the Liar, I read that a while back. Currently I’m reading, A Princess Remembers. And I have up next Be Water My Friend by Bruce Lee’s daughter, 1491 and 1493 by Charles Mann (I’m a history buff). And Nomadland, I want to read the book before I see the movie on Netflix.

  3. I read a bunch for work and while the pandemic was raging I had a lot of time for it. Now that our church is meeting again and that soon, I hope, I can do home, hospital and nursing home visits there will be less reading time during the course of the work week. That said, outside of what I’m reading for sermon prep I usually have three books going that are work-related. Right now they are The Great Concern by Edward Pearse, The Pastor’s Ministry by Brian Croft and Sacred Dissertations on the Apostles’ Creed by Herman Witsius. They are all outstanding and I try to read 1-2 chapters from each per week. In the evening I read for fun. Right now I am reading Life and Death of the Salt Marsh by John and Mildred Teal. It is a conservation book that I’ve had in my library for years adn figured that it was time to read it and send it down the road somewhere. When reading for fun I have a fondness for history, biography and fiction. For the past year I have alternated my reading for pleasure with working my way through two other projects, the Works of John Knox (six volumes) and the Works of Stephen Charnock (five volumes). I’ve alternated a section of Knox or Charnock with something else and in this way I have got through 9 of the 11 volumes. Truthfully, they fall into the work-related category but there seemed no other way to get going on them. And Charnock, while a slow read, is so, so good. Life is too short to read bad books and at my age I’m trying to make better choices!

    • Amazing list. Your congregation will be blessed, I’m sure . All that healthy reading must be making your hair grow ! That’s quite a braid . 😁

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