Books Read in 2015

Here are the books I’ve read this year:

  • January
    • Calvin’s Institutes (edited by Lane & Osborne)
    • N. Stithatos’ On Spiritual Knowledge
    • Shakespeare’s Macbeth (nth reading)
    • Kevin Young’s Taking God at His Word
    • Thielicke’s A Little Exercise for Young Theologians (nth reading)

  • February
    • Lennox’ God & Stephen Hawking
  • March
    • Rehnman’s Divine Discourse
    • Roger Lancelyn Green’s Myths of the Norsemen
  • April
    • Cicero on Old Age
  • May
    • Gurnall’s The Christian in Complete Armour (vol. 3)
    • Ascetic Discourse by St. Neilous the Ascetic
    • Bonhoeffer’s Christ the Centre
    • M. Haykin’s Jonathan Edwards: The Holy Spirit in Revival
  • June
    • John Murray’s Commentary on Romans
    • McDonald’s The Firm
    • The Philokalia (vol. 4)
  • August
    • Sinoway’s Howard’s Gift
  • September
    • The Philokalia (vol. 1)
  • October
    • Jeff Goin’s The Art of Work
  • November
    • Homer’s The Iliad (Fagles’ translation)
  • December
    • Heckscher’s Woodrow Wilson

Some of these books I’ve been reading for years: I read, I put it down, later (sometimes months later) I pick it up again, and so on and so forth, until I finally finish it. I’m glad I’ve finally finished Woodrow Wilson – whew! Next in line are the three volumes of Manchester’s The Last Lion (a biography of Winston Churchill). Hope to finish in 2016!

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