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NauenThen: Something's up & I can't add posts at the moment. The tech people at the Authors Guild are trying to fix it. Back as soon as possible! 

What I'm reading

God: An Anatomy by Francesca Stavrakopolou "presents a vividly corporeal image of God: a human-shaped deity who walks and talks and weeps and laughs, who eats, sleeps, feels, and breathes, and who is undeniably male ... a product of a particular society, at a particular time, made in the image of the people who lived then, shaped by their own circumstances and experience of the world." I've only read the prologue so far but I'm riveted. The sections are Feet & Legs, Genitals, Torso, Arms & Hands, & Head. 

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