What I’m Reading


“If a person has a contribution to make, he must make it in public. If learning is not made public, it is a waste.” (Potok’s THE CHOSEN)

One of things I’d like to do this 2018 is to share what I’ve learned from the books I’ve read. I’ve been encouraged to do this when I came across my friend Don Biadog’s Daily Devotions which he regularly posts on FB. Here is a list of the books I’m presently reading and I hope some of you will be encouraged to read them.

– Devotional: ESV Reader’s Bible; T. Keller’s God’s Wisdom for Navigating Life
– Kindle: Maurer’s One Small Step Can Change Your Life
– Theology: Calvin’s Institutes of the Christian Religion (Calvin’s Own Essential Edition)
– Fiction: Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina
– Poetry: Penguin’s Poems by Heart
– History: Needham’s 2000 Years of Christ’s Power: The Middle Ages
– Biography: Auchincloss’ Woodrow Wilson
– Philosophy: Luc Ferry’s A Brief History of Thought
– Self-Help – Seppala’s The Happiness Track
– Financial Intelligence: Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad, Poor Dad
– Non-fiction – T. L. Friedman’s Thank You for Being Late

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