Finished Books of 2015


I got to read some great and challenging books this year. Some books of the bible for meditation and devotion; some for school; and some for personal enjoyment. If you have interest in any of these  I would love to chat about them, just leave a comment below or send me an email:

Finished books of 2015
1.) Ephesians+
2.) An Approach to the Extended Memorization of Scripture by Andrew Davis
3.) New Testament Textual Criticism by David Alan Black*
4.) Amazing Grace by Eric Metaxas
5.) The Battle Belongs to the Lord by K. Scott Oliphint
6.) What Did You Expect? by Paul David Tripp
7.) Think! by John Piper
8.) Ephesians+ (18x) (6/30/15)
9.) Holy Rebellion by Kevin Moore
10.) Family Worship by Don Whitney
11.) The Annotated Hobbit, by JRR Tolkien
12.) James+
13.) Titus+
14.) 1 Chronicles+
15.) Blink by Malcolm Gladwell*
16.) Colossians+
17.) Father, Son, Spirit: The Trinity in John’s Gospel by Andreas Kostenberger*
18.) 2 Chronicles+ 8/30
19.) the Gospel of John* 8/31
20.) Ezra+ 9/6
21.) Greek Apologists of the Second Century by Robert Grant* 9/6
22.) Epistle of Diognetus* 9/8
23.) The Apology of Aristides* 9/10
24.) Nehemiah+ 9/19
25.) Esther+ 9/23
26.) The First Apology by Justin Martyr* 9/23
27.) The Second Apology by Justin Martyr* 10/3
28.) Four Views on the Books of Revelation by Gentry, Hamstra Jr., Pate, & Thomas* 10/3
29.) Dialogue with Trypho by Justin Martyr* 10/13
30.) On Pascha by Melito of Sardis* 10/21
31.) “Address to the Greeks” by Tatian* 10/29
32.) The Revelation to John* 10/31
33.) Embassy for the Christians, by Athenagoras* 11/3
34.) Job+ 11/4
35.) Theophilus to Autolycus: Book I, by Theophilus of Antioch* 11/10
36.) Theophilus to Autolycus: Book II, by Theophilus of Antioch* 11/12
37.) Theophilus to Autolycus: Book III, by Theophilus of Antioch* 11/12
38.) The Revelation to John*+ 11/15
39.) 1 John+ 11/25
40.) The Lamb’s Agenda by Samuel Rodriguez 11/28
41.) The Martyrdoms of Lyons and Vienne* 12/1
42.) Colossians, Philemon Word Biblical Commentary by P. O’Brien 12/4
43.) PNTC: Colossians and Philemon by Douglas Moo 12/4
44.) Colossians and Philemon Handbook on Greek Text by Constantine Campbell. 12/8
45.) For the City by Matt Carter & Darrin Patrick

+ means it is from Scripture & read of my own volition
(…) means that I read portions but did not complete the book.
* an asterisk at the end of a title means it was required for class
(1) with number inside indicates # of times read.

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