Saturday, November 1, 2008

Theme Day: Books

One of my favorite haunts for 'Girls Night Out' with my friends is this cozy little cafe at the corner of 3rd and Main called Sisters Brew. Great chai tea, mocha, and pastries, but the ambiance of the place is what it really has going for it. With the eclectic collection of knick knacks and the comfy furniture, not to mention a bookcase full of all the latest titles and wireless internet, it is a haven for the business set during the day and the college kids at night.

On my latest visit, where I counted no less than 23 people with laptops doing their homework or surfing the net, I spied this book on a nearby table and the title captured my attention. Far more interesting to me than the internet at that moment, and a great add for the City Daily Theme Day photo which I was starting to worry about! The young lady to whom the book belonged was happy to have me take the photo. The next Sunday I was pleased to find it as one of the titles in our church library and my husband is currently reading it during his lunch hour at work.

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6 comments:

Greg said...

That title sounds like a contradiction to me :-) Happy theme day!

Sherry said...

It is an interesting title, and I have to say it is what first captured my attention as I sat down with my Chai Tea. My husband is enjoying the read.

mirage2g said...

I'd assume this book is about a person who first did not believe about creation but eventually did believe the truth about creation and God....

An appropriate title definitely...Happy theme day even though a day late =)

Sherry said...

Yes, that's what it is about! My hubby finished it and I started reading last night. It is an amazing work and would certainly make even the staunchest evolution supporter question what he thinks he knows. After each chapter, the author includes an 'animal that defies evolutionary principals'. It's a good read. :)

jill said...

I shall find this book. Thanks for choosing this for your theme day.

Sherry said...

It's proven to be a great book Jill, I am sure you will enjoy it! Thanks for visiting. :)