2009 Books

I read the same number of books this year as I did in 2008, which is slightly discouraging. But considering that the Institutes is only one “book,” I guess it works out. One of these years I’d love to reach my goal of reading 52 in one year.

18 Words – J.I. Packer
A Better Way – Michael Horton
The Case for Christ – Lee Strobel
The Case for Covenantal Infant Baptism – Gregg Strawbridge (ed.)
The Defense of the Faith – Cornelius Van Til
God of Promise – Michael Horton
The God-breathed Scripture – Edward J. Young
Holiness of God – R.C. Sproul
How Our Children Come to Faith – Stephen Smallman
Institutes of the Christian Religion – John Calvin
Is Christianity Good for the World? – Hitchens & Wilson
Jesus, Made in America – Stephen J. Nichols
Just Do Something – Kevin DeYoung
Knowing Scripture – R.C. Sproul
Love in the Ruins – Walker Percy
The Moviegoer – Walker Percy
Never Eat Alone – Keith Ferrazzi
Not Even a Hint – Josh Harris
Notes from the Tilt-a-Whirl – N.D. Wilson
Of Mice and Men – John Steinbeck
Orthodoxy – G.K. Chesterton
Primer on Worship and Reformation – Doug Wilson
The Rare Jewel of Christian Contentment – Jeremiah Burroughs
Redemption Accomplished and Applied – John Murray
Religion Saves – Mark Driscoll
Summer of ’49 – David Halberstam
Surprised By Hope – N.T. Wright
Surviving Financial Meltdown – Blue & White
Till We Have Faces – C.S. Lewis
Tolkien & Lewis: The Gift of Friendship – Colin Duriez
Treasure Island – Robert Louis Stevenson
Turning Points – Mark Noll
Vintage Jesus – Mark Driscoll
We Become What We Worship – G.K. Beale
What is Justification By Faith Alone – J.V. Fesko
Why We Love the Church – DeYoung & Kluck
With Reverence and Awe – Muether & Hart

Stay tuned for the Second Annual 2009 Year-end Book Awards.



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