Sunday, May 31, 2009

Summer Reading

I try to read way to many books in the summertime. Here's what I've read so far, what I'm reading now and what looms on the horizon.

The Principle of the Path - Andy Stanley
Did a review here
Silos, Politic and Turf Wars - Partick Lencioni
I love Lencioni's stuff. I read this in one 3-hour sitting.
Three bags full: A Sheep Detective Story - Leonie Swann This is the one fiction book I've read so far. This book is like nothing I've ever read. It took me a while to get into it, but after a while I couldn't put it down. Entertaining

The Reason for God - Timothy Keller
Really good apologetic book. I'm about 100 pages in. I have to read this one a little slow to make sure I digest it, but so far it's one of the best apologetic books I've ever read.
Love is an Orientation: Elevating the Conversation with the Gay Community - Andrew Marin
Very interesting so far. Andrew Marin has quite the stories of his interaction with the Gay community and helping them get a taste of who God is. Very challenging. I'll do a review of this one when I'm finished
I Samuel - Dale Ralph Davis
I think I've mentioned Davis's commentaries before, but let me just say it again. They are amazing. Get one.

Hoping to read:
When People are Big and God is Small - Welch
Instruments in the Redeemer's Hands - Paul Tripp
More than Me - Jim Peterson

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