Finished books of 2013

Finished books of 2013
This is a list of all the books I’ve read this 2013. Books from school, books from within the Bible, and Books that are pleasure reading. I hope this list encourages anyone and everyone to be avid readers to love God with your minds and to take every thought captive that raises itself against the knowledge of God and our Lord Jesus Christ.

Key:
*means the book was required by SWBTS
(#) a number in parenthesis, indicates how many times I’ve read it this year.

Finished Books of 2013

01.) Pilgrims progress (Part 1) by John Bunyan*
02.) Christianity For Modern Pagans: Pascals Penseés by Peter Kreeft*
03.) Tocqueville “Democracy in America”*
04.) Introduction to Old Testament Theology by Sailhamer*
05.) The Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx
06.) Tyranny of the Urgent (pamphlet)*
07.) Deuteronomy*
08.) Joel*
09.) Malachi*
10.) Discourse on Method by Descartes*
11.) Jeremiah*
12.) Genesis*
13.) Romans
14.) The Grand Inquisitor by Doestovesky*
15.) 1st Chronicles*
16.) 2nd Chronicles*
17.) Second Treatise on Government by John Locke*
18.) Isaiah*
19.) 1st Peter
20.) Emilé by Rousseau*
21.) Sitting at the Feet of Rabbi Jesus by Ann Spangler
22.) Gospel by JD Greear.
23.) The Gospel of Matthew
24.) The Gospel of Mark
25.) Ephesians
26.) When Sinners say “I Do” by Dave Harvey
27.) A Students Guide to the Study of History by John Lukas
28.) This Momentary Marriage by John Piper
29.) Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad*
30.) The Gospel of Luke
31.) Experience and Education by John Dewey*
32.) A Students Guide to Literature by R. V. Young
33.) Pragmatism by William James*
34.) A Students Guide to Philosophy by Ralph M. McInerny
35.) 1 Timothy
36.) Song of Solomon
37.) Echoes of Eden by Jerram Barrs
38.) Orthodoxy by GK Chesterton*
39.) “The Bible as Genesis of Comedy” Essay by Daniel Russ in The Terrain of Comedy by Louise Cowan
40.) Son of Hamas by Mosab Hassan Yousef
41.) Deuteronomy (2)
42.) Civilization and Its Discontents by Sigmund Freud*
43.) Poetics by Aristotle.
44.) The Magicians Nephew by C.S. Lewis
45.) “The Waste Land” by T.S. Eliot*
46.) Why I Am Not A Christian by Bertrand Russell*
47.) 1st Corinthians
48.) “How do they Date Fossils Anyway” by Brian Thomas, in Creation Basics and Beyond: An In-Depth look at Science, Origins, and Evolution
49.) The World in the 20th Century: A Thematic Approach by Stephanie Hillock*
50.) Jonah
51.) “Risk is Right” by John Piper

If you have any questions about the books above feel free to ask I will tell you what I thought of them.

3 thoughts on “Finished books of 2013

    1. Chesterton is very good. Orthodoxy is a sequel to “Heretics” he makes it clear in the opening. But it is very good although sometimes there is the potential to get lost, because he deals with paradoxes. He says a lot of very profound things I have never even thought about. You’ll like it. His work, “The Everlasting Man” is supposedly very good. I haven’t read though and I would really really like too. Thanks for the comment Rick

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    2. Orthodoxy is very good. It really makes you think, he deals a lot with paradoxes in Christianity and is quite a wordsmith, you have to be assiduous as you read him, but by the end you may express, “Wow, that was good!” Seriously a phenomenal work. I’m hoping to read sometime soon, “The Everlasting Man”

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