During a break from writing and responding to various motions, I noticed a book in the lunch room:
How to Know God by Deepak Chopra.
I had read some things by the author in the past. I sort of knew what to expect. But I picked it up to see if it had an index. It actually did. No entry for "Jesus", no entry for "Christ", not even an entry for "Moses".
I didn't bother to look through it much more, except I did see that it offered advice on the proper posture for meditation.
"I am the way, and the truth, and the life: no one cometh unto the Father, but by me." Jn. 14:6.
You'd think a book about knowing God would have at least something to say about this basic truth. More than 200 pages were devoted to ignoring it. As that old king said, "a fool hath no delight in understanding, but only that his heart may reveal itself." Prov. 18:2.
By the way, the index did have an entry for Jean-Jacques Rousseau.