Summer Furlough Reading List

Added books:
A quest for godliness: The Puritan vision of the Christian life – J.I. Packer
The Jesus you can’t ignore: What you must learn from the bold confrontations of Christ – John MacArthur
Christian librarianship: Essays on the integration of faith and profession – Gregory Smith (ed.)
The Disappearance of ChildhoodNeil Postman

-The millennium – Lorraine Boettner
-How did you do it Truett? – Truett Cathy
-The good news we almost forgot: Rediscovering the gospel in a 16th century catechism – Kevin DeYoung
-Crunchy cons: How Birkenstocked Burkeans, gun-loving organic gardeners, evangelical free-range farmers, hip homeschooling mamas, right-wing nature lovers and their diverse tribe of countercultural conservatives plan to save America – Rod Dreher
-Atonement – Gabriel N. E. Fluhrer (ed)
-Why Johnny can’t sing hymns: How pop culture rewrote the hymnal – T. David Gordon
-Is this a great game or what? My 25 years in baseball – Timmy Kurkjian
-In defense of food – Michael Pollan
-Sailing alone around the world – Joshua Slocum
-Wages of spin: Critical writings on historic and contemporary evangelicalism – Carl Trueman
-100 cupboards – Nate Wilson


4 thoughts on “Summer Furlough Reading List

  1. Any dad-to-be books? Well, the baseball one counts. I also recommend "I Love You Through and Through" and "My Daddy and I"–they're pretty quick reads.

  2. Nate Wilson's 100 Cupboards series (of which I'm reading the first) is a young adult fantasy series in the spirit of the Chronicles of Narnia, so maybe that counts, too?


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