2010 books

I surprised myself by meeting my goal of reading 50 books in 2010. Not reading the Institutes this year sure helped that number.

Berman, M. – The twilight of American culture
Berry, W. – What are people for? essays
Boettner, L. – Millennium
Bradley, R.A. – Husband-coached childbirth: the Bradley method of natural childbirth
Bridges, J. – The pursuit of holiness
Bryan, S. – The taste of sabbath: how to delight in God’s rest
Calvin, J. – The necessity of reforming the church
Cathy, S.T. – How did you do it, Truett?
Chesterton, G.K. – The everlasting man
DeYoung, K. – The good news we almost forgot: rediscovering the gospel in a 16th century catechism
Dostoevsky, F. – The brothers Karamazov
Dreher, R. – Cruncy cons: how birkenstocked Burkeans, gun-loving organic gardeners, evangelical free-range farmers, hip home-schooling mamas, right-wing nature lovers, and their diverse tribe of countercultural conservatives plan to save America (or at least the Republican party)
Fluhrer, G. (ed.) – Atonement
Gordon, T.D. – Why Johnny can’t preach: the media have shaped the messengers
Gordon, T.D. – Why Johnny can’t sing hymns: how pop culture rewrote the hymnal
Greene, G. – Brighton rock
Haykin, M. (ed.) – A sweet flame: piety in the letters of Jonathan Edwards
Horton, M. – The gospel driven life: being good news people in a bad news world
Horton, M. – Putting amazing back into grace: embracing the heart of the gospel
Jordan, J. – Through new eyes: developing a biblical view of the world
Keller, T. – Counterfeit gods: the empty promises of money, sex, and power, and the only hope that matters
Kluck, T. – The reason for sports: a Christian fanifesto
Kurkjian, T. – Is this a great game or what? From A-rod’s heart to Zim’s head
Larsson, S. – The girl with the dragon tattoo
Larsson, S. – The girl who kicked the hornet’s nest
Larsson, S. – The girl who played with fire
MacArthur, J. – The Jesus you can’t ignore: what you must learn from the bold confrontations of Christ
Machen, J.G. – What is faith?
Muether, J. – Cornelius Van Til: reformed apologist and churchman
Packer, J.I. – A quest for godliness: the Puritan vision of the Christian life
Percy, W. – Lost in the cosmos: the last self-help book
Piper, J. – 50 reasons Jesus came to die
Pollan, M. – In defense of food: an eater’s manifesto
Postman, N. – The disappearance of childhood
Riddlebarger, K. – A case for amillennialism: understanding the end times
Sayers, D. – Letters to a diminished church: passionate arguments for the relevance of Christian doctrine
Schaeffer, F. – Escape from reason: a penetrating analysis of trends in modern thought
Slocum, J. – Sailing alone around the world
Smith, G. (ed.) – Christian librarianship: essays on the integration of faith and practice
Sproul Jr., R.C. – Believing God: 12 biblical promises Christians struggle to accept
Sproul, Jr., R.C. – Vanity and meaning: discovering purpose in life
Toole, J.K. – A confederacy of dunces
Trueman, C. – Minority report: unpopular thoughts on everything from ancient Christianity to zen Calvinism
Trueman, C. – The wages of spin: critical writings on historical and contemporary evangelicalism
Ward, M. – Planet Narnia: the seven heavens in the imagination of C.S. Lewis
Watson, T. – The doctrine of repentance
Wilson, D. – For a glory and a covering: a practical theology of marriage
Wilson, D. – Reforming marriage
Wilson, N. – 100 cupboards
Wilson, N. – Dandelion fire

3 thoughts on “2010 books

  1. Is there a reason you only capitalized the first word of the titles? Is this something else than librarians are going to try to pass on to the masses as normal, like single spaces between sentences?

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