I was back home in Raleigh this weekend to go to the State Fair (which is always loads of fun). As I was driving back to Greenville today, I stopped by my favorite used book store on the way out of town - Ed Mckay's Used Books and More. I spent an hour there looking over different books, met a guy named Rhett who's going into the priesthood next year, and found some great books like always:
Alister McGrath Christian Theology: An Introduction (2nd ed) - $6
Das Neue Testament/Le Nouveau Testament/The New Testament - $8
The Basic Sixteen Documents of Vatican Council II: Constitutions, Decrees, Declarations (ed. Austin Flannery, O.P.) - $5
Where else can you find these steals?! It's fantastic. If you're in Raleigh, absolutely check out this bookstore.
I also bought a couple of books on Amazon recently and am looking forward to digging into them:
Scheeben, Matthias Joseph, The Mysteries of Christianity - only $40!!!
I had to call my friend Chris Cuddy to make sure this was a good deal because it seemed too good to be true and I was pretty sure I remembered the book being much more expensive.
Finally: Bouyer, Louis, The Spirit and Forms of Protestantism - $10
I've read Bouyer's book before and it is phenomenal. It explains the philosophical current that was in Europe during the time of the Reformation and how it influenced Luther et al.