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Happy Saturday!

Here are a few good things on the web I’ve appreciated lately.

Bridget Kendall’s conversation with Archbishop Rowan Williams on Dostoevsky, faith, and fiction:  http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b018g6wj.   And if you’re interested, we do have Williams’ recent book, Dostoevsky: Language, Faith and Fiction,  as well as a few Dostoevsky titles, in stock.

Via the On Being blog:  The Private Faith of Jimmy Carter.  Recording of Krista Tippett’s excellent interview with Carter in 2007:  http://being.publicradio.org/programs/jimmycarter/

Courtesy of  the Faith and Theology blog, here are six types of reading:

http://www.faith-theology.com/2011/04/off-shelf-six-types-of-reading.html

and three other types of reading:

http://www.faith-theology.com/2011/05/off-shelf-three-more-types-of-reading.html

Enjoy!

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