December 28, 2007
What I Read in 2007
I read many manuscripts each year on the job, of course. Here are the books I read in 2007 after they were published, in the order I read them.
The House of Zondervan, Jim Ruark
The World Is Flat,Thomas L. Friedman
The Civil War As Theological Crisis, Mark Noll
1776, Donald McCullough
The Memory Keeper's Daughter, Kim Edwards
Forty Ways to Look at Winston Churchill, Gretchen Rubin
Paul for Everyone: The Prison Letters, Tom (N. T.) Wright
God's Judgments, Steven Keillor
John for Everyone: Chapters 11-21, Tom (N. T.) Wright
The Catholic Myth, Andrew Greeley
His Excellency: George Washington, Joseph Ellis
Is the Reformation Over? Mark Noll and Carolyn Nystrom
Simply Christian, N. T. Wright
Upon the Altar of the Nation, Harry Stout
Free of Charge, Miraslov Volf
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, J. K. Rowling
Eats, Shoots and Leaves, Lynne Truss
Leading Change, John P. Kotter
True North, Bill George and Peter Sims
Can God Be Trusted? John G. Stackhouse
The Myth of Certainty, Daniel Taylor
The Art of Pastoring, David Hansen
The Golden Compass, Philip Pullman
The Giver, Lois Lowry
The Subtle Knife, Philip Pullman
The Amber Spyglass, Philip Pullman
The Crucifixion of Ministry, Andrew Purves
Speaking of Faith, Krista Tippett
I'm off next week. But when I return I'll offer some general comments on the list and which were the best.
Posted by Andy Le Peau
at December 28, 2007 8:59 AM
Thanks for the very interesting list of books! I'll be looking forward to your comments on it.
We met on past July at the symposium in Tyndale (the Brazilian who is now working in Uruguay).
I've lost your e-mail, but few seconds ago I remembered Dahlia sent us an address list from that event. So, now I hope to keep in touch with you.
Many thanks and blessings to your ministry,
Good to hear from you. I hope you, your family and your ministry continue to do well in Uruguay into the new year ahead. It was great being with you in Toronto. Do stay in touch.
Hello, can you please post some more information on this topic? I would like to read more.