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What’s on your to-read pile?

Every so often I like to share a few titles on my reading pile. Here’s a quick look at what’s currently on tap:

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If you can’t see all the titles, they are:

  • The Adam Quest: Eleven Scientists Explore the Divine Mystery of Human Origins by Tim Stafford (Amazon)
  • Walking with God through Pain and Suffering by Tim Keller (Westminster | Amazon)
  • The Unfolding Mystery by Edward Clowney (Westminster | Amazon)
  • The Person of Christ by Donald Macleod (Westminster | Amazon)
  • Fight: A Christian Case for Non-violence by Preston Sprinkle (Amazon)
  • Greek for the Rest of Us: The Essentials of Biblical Greek (Second Edition) by William D. Mounce (Amazon)

What’s on your to-read pile?

8 thoughts on “What’s on your to-read pile?”

  1. My to-read pile gets larger each month. But currently:
    The Advantage, Lencioni
    Gospel Coach, Thomas & Wood
    Called to Be His Helpmeet, Perl
    Ship of the Line, Forester
    Ender’s Game, Card

    How long will take you to complete your list?

  2. I recognize The Person of Christ by Donald Macleod as I read it for a seminary class a few years ago. Currently reading: What is Reformed Theology by RC Sproul, A Quest for Godliness: The Puritan Vision of the Christian Life by JI Packer, and The Bible Jesus Read by Yancey.

  3. Aaron you are just one blessed guy. You get to read all these cool books, and best of all they are GIVEN to you. I have got to go and pray this covetous feeling away.

  4. David & Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants, Malcom Gladwell
    Your Beautiful Purpose, Susie Larson
    Teaching Redemptively, Donovan Graham
    Glorious Ruin, Tullian Tchividijian
    The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains, Nicholas Carr
    Nikola Tesla: Imagination and the Man that Invented the 20th Century, Sean Patrick
    And others…

  5. My to-read pile is hymn-heavy right now since I’ve just started a new hymn-based writing project… but here’s the list:

    John Julian’s “Dictionary of Hymnology”
    Thomas Wright’s biography of Joseph Hart
    Chad Brand’s “Flourishing Faith”
    John Piper’s “From Heaven He Came and Sought Her”
    Douglas Bond’s “Mr. Pipes” series
    Wendell Berry’s “The Memory of Old Jack”

  6. 1) Passionate Conviction: Modern Discourses on Christian Apologetics

    2) Contending with Christianity’s Critics: Answering New Atheists and Other Objectors

    3) Come Let Us Reason: New Essays in Christian Apologetics – all three edited

    by William Lane Craig and Paul Copan

    4) Communicating For A Change – Andy Stanley and Lane Jones

    5) The Crucified Life: How To Live Out A Deeper Christian Experience – A.W. Tozer

    6) The Price of Leadership – John Stanko

    7) The Baptism of The Holy Spirit – Richard Gilbertson

    8) Sanctification: An Alliance Distinctive – Samuel J Stoesz

    9) On Being A Pastor – Derek Prime and Alistair Begg

  7. Spencer DeBurgh

    The Pastor’s Justification, Wilson
    Charles Simeon, Moule
    Gaudy Night, Dorothy Sayers
    Great Expectations, Dickens

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