Friday, January 14, 2011

Books Read in 2010 (Gaines)

  • Christ and Culture (Niebuhr)
  • People and Place: A Covenant Ecclesiology (Horton)
  • Ring For Jeeves (Wodehouse)
  • The Eucharist and Ecumenism: Let us Keep the Feast (Hunsinger)
  • The Undercover Economist (Harford)
  • By Faith, Not by Sight: Paul and the Order of Salvation (Gaffin)
  • Justification: God's Plan and Paul's Vision (Wright)
  • Reformed Dogmatics, vol. 4: Holy Spirit, Church, and New Creation - Excerpts (Bavinck)
  • The Book of the Dun Cow (Wangerin)
  • Forgotten God: Reversing Our Tragic Neglect of the Holy Spirit (Chan) (Audiobook)
  • The Pressure's Off: There's a New Way to Live (Crabb)
  • Irenaeus: An Introduction (Minns)
  • Eusebius: The Church History
  • The Doctrines of Grace: Rediscovering the Evangelical Gospel (Boice & Ryken)
  • The Gospel Mystery of Sanctification: Growing in Holiness by Living in Union with Christ (Marshall)

  • (Note: List does not include numerous articles and excerpts for seminary classes.)

    Not nearly as much fun reading last year, sad to say. Not that the assigned readings for school were wholly dull: the Hunsinger book was challenging, frustrating and enjoyable; Wright is always a treat, even when unconvincing; and Minns' book on Irenaeus was a great introduction to an era of church history of which I am woefully ignorant.

    On the non-school front, I regret that it took Hutchmoot 2010 to expose me to Walter Wangerin -- all those wasted years! Wodehouse never disappoints, and learning a little more about economics is always a good thing. I'm going to try to balance about my academic reading this year with other subjects, fictional and non-.

    This time last year, I made a half-hearted promise to post more thoughts on what I'm reading. That obviously didn't happen, but we'll see what the new year brings.


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