Like a lot of people, I want to read more. Unlike a lot of people I’m a very slow reader. So I’m making a resolution to read 12 books in 2018; I’ll start with this list but reserve the right to substitute those that don’t keep my attention. (This also shows how theological my bookshelf is, and it’s not like I’m going to put cookbooks on this list.)
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- Carl Scovel. Never Far from Home: Stories from the Radio Pulpit.
- Richard Baxter. The Reformed Pastor.
- A.A. Milne. Winnie-the-Pooh.
- Von Ogden Vogt. Art and Religion.
- Massey Hamilton Shepherd. The Liturgical Renewal of the Church.
- Radcliff Hall. The Well of Loneliness. (The foundational lesbian novel.)
- James A. Herrick. The History and Theory of Rhetoric: An Introduction.
- Nathan O. Hatch. The Democratization of American Christianity.
- Hilarion Alfeyev. The Spiritual World of Isaac the Syrian. (A Christmas gift.)
- Peter Singer. The Life You Can Save: Acting Now to End World Poverty.
- Gregory McDonald, editor. “All shall be well”: Explorations in Universal Salvation and Christian Theology from Origen to Moltmann.
- Rene Girard. The Scapegoat.