What I’ve Read

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I thought to make this page after seeing the same thing in Nick Roark’s excellent blog. Thanks, Nick!

2015

  1. Can We Really Trust the Bible? / Barry Cooper
  2. Passion / Mike McKinley
  3. Rome Sweet Home / Scott and Kimberly Hahn
  4. God at Work / Gene Veith
  5. Republocrat / Carl Trueman
  6. The Return of History and the End of Dreams / Robert Kagan
  7. Democracy on Trial / Jean Bethke Elshtain
  8. Radical / David Platt
  9. Abraham Lincoln: A Life / Thomas Keneally
  10. Confessions / Augustine
  11. Managing God’s Money / Randy Alcorn
  12. Tempted and Tried / Russell Moore
  13. Finding Faithful Elders and Deacons / Thabiti Anyabwile
  14. Sound Doctrine / Bobby Jamieson
  15. The Life of the Mind / Clifford Williams
  16. Life Together / Dietrich Bonhoeffer
  17. The Story of Christianity, Volume I / Justo González
  18. Risky Gospel / Owen Strachan
  19. Letters to a Young Calvinist / James K.A. Smith
  20. The End for Which God Created the World / Jonathan Edwards
  21. World of Faith and Freedom / Thomas Farr
  22. River of Doubt: Theodore Roosevelt’s Darkest Journey / CandAce Millard
  23. Gilead / Marilynne Robinson
  24. Why Believe the Bible? / John MacArthur
  25. Jefferson’s Books/ Douglas Wilson
  26. Thomas Jefferson: Author of America / Christopher Hitchens
  27. Discipline / Elisabeth Elliot
  28. Prayer / Tim Keller
  29. The Prayer of the Lord / R.C. Sproul
  30. We Cannot Be Silent / Albert Mohler
  31. Ad Martyras / Tertullian
  32. Apology / Tertullian
  33. James Madison / Garry Wills
  34. Strange Rebels: 1979 and the Birth of the 21st Century / Christian Caryl
  35. The Origins of Political Order / Francis Fukuyama
  36. Civil Society / Michael Edwards
  37. Civil Society: The Critical History of an Idea / John Ehrenberg
  38. The Post-American World / Fareed Zakaria
  39. Better than Before / Gretchen Rubin
  40. Think Like a Freak / Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner
  41. Between the World and Me / Ta-Nehisi Coates
  42. Redemption: Accomplished and Applied / John Murray
  43. To Live is Christ to Die is Gain / Matt Chandler
  44. Who is Jesus? / Greg Gilbert
  45. The Problem of Pain / C.S. Lewis
  46. Words Fail Me / Patricia O’Conner

2016

  1. So Good They Can’t Ignore You / Cal Newport
  2. Gospel and Kingdom / Graeme Goldworthy
  3. Do More Better / Tim Challies
  4. Augustine on the Christian Life / Gerald Bray
  5. The War that Forged a Nation / James McPherson
  6. Republocrat / Carl Trueman
  7. Onward / Russell Moore
  8. A Christian’s Pocket Guide to Loving the Old Testament / Alec Motyer
  9. Does God Desire All to be Saved? / John Piper
  10. Revolutionary Characters / Gordon Wood
  11. Good Prose / Tracy Kidder and Richard Todd
  12. Luther on the Christian Life / Carl Trueman
  13. Competitive Authoritarianism / Steven Levitsky and Lucan Way
  14. The Taste of Many Mountains / Bruce Wydick
  15. It Worked for Me: In Life and Leadership / Colin Powell
  16. The World America Made / Robert Kagan
  17. The Reason for God / Tim Keller
  18. ISIS: The State of Terror / Jessica Stern and J.M. Berger
  19. Comandante: Hugo Chávez’s Venezuela / Rory Carroll
  20. Joshua / Dale Ralph Davis
  21. A Woman in Charge: The Life of Hillary Rodham Clinton / Carl Bernstein
  22. John Calvin: A Biography / T.H.L. Parker

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