So Long

Since September of 2011, I realized that I did not have the amount of time to invest in my own personal reading, as would fit 1 book per week.  Between a demanding full time list of classes, a full time job, being there for my neighbors, and seeking to be a good husband/father (in no particular order), the 52 book endeavor didn’t quite fit in with my priorities.  I did have the opportunity to read a ton of great books through school that have impacted me greatly, and even had a little personal reading on the side, but leaving this for awhile proved beneficial to strengthening my family, graduating, and making a big move to Denver, CO to pursue an MA in Apologetics and Ethics.  A lot more in life happened, but that’s not the point of this post.  
But anywho…..

We are in the process of joining the missions organization “Pioneers” and will have a new website up sometime next month.  I’ll post it here when it’s up (if anyone can still see this :-P) and on our facebook/twitter pages, so more information to come!  We’ll probably keep this site up for the sake of anyone looking at the few book reviews I left, but it won’t be updated.  

Soli Deo Gloria,


About Dan Bartol

I decided to walk in my old mentor's footsteps by starting a blog primarily dedicated to reviewing 1 book per week. While I typically read books on theology and philosophy, I am hoping to stretch myself a little by reading other genres of literature. I don't know if that will always happen, since I'm trying to read what will benefit me at school, but I am certainly going to try when I get the chance. View all posts by Dan Bartol

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