Religious Fiction

I do purchase books online, and was among the first to obtain the SONY Reader, but still gravitate toward the brick and mortar experience of browsing bookstores.  Besides, the online experience can’t quite compete with the feel of rounding the corner through Religious Fiction (did someone mutter “Oxymoron”?) and being confronted by the titles in Philosophy.  Some bookshelf arranger has a wicked sense of humor.

About Leonard J. Press, O.D., FAAO, FCOVD

Developmental Optometry is my passion as well as occupation. Blogging allows me to share thoughts in a unique visual style.
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2 Responses to Religious Fiction

  1. Daniel Wohlgelernter says:

    I’ve read some of Law’s writings. IMHO , he’s a pompously subversive “progressive” who worships at the altar of Political Correctness.

  2. You’re a step ahead of me; I was only going for the juxtaposition of the title with its Section bookshelf neighbors: Religious Fiction in the center with Christianity to its left and and Judaica to its right. Now that’s as was facing the shelves. From the books’ vantage point, it’s Religious Fiction centered with Christianity to the right and Judaica to the left. Interestingly, “Religion” has a separate section which is not populated largely by books on Islam, and it is usually positioned closer to Judaica than Christianity, though it depends on whether the shelf stockers are going with an Islamic section or a Judaeo-Christian one, another exercise in politically correct commerce.

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