Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Footnotes or endnotes?

Here are two of the books I'm currently reading:

[Top] N.T. Wright's Justification
[Bottom] James D.G. Dunn's Theology of Paul the Apostle


Do you read books that have footnotes/endnotes? I'd rather not keep flipping back and forth to see what other extra details the author might be hinting at in the endnotes! I wish every one of these books used footnotes.

What do you prefer?

5 comments:

Nick Norelli said...

End notes are a sin against God! I can't understand why anyone would use them.

Mike S. said...

Seriously!
I really wished Wright didn't do that in this book...

Brian LePort said...

Amen. Footnotes are far superior to endnotes.

J. Suizzle said...

thats why i dont read books. :D

Mike S. said...

Josh: Haha. I guess you could do that...