Monday, April 25, 2011

Summer Reading List - Updated


I recently posted on how there's only so much time that we get here on earth, and only a portion we'll get to spend reading. I always wished I read more so i thought I'd let you in on my summer reading list. Here are some I want to accomplish this summer. Feel free to ask me how I'm sticking it out and which one I'm on.

George Whitefield - Arnold Dallimore
According to Plan - Graeme Goldsworthy
The Christian Camp Counsellor - Jim Badke
Humility - C. J. Mahaney
Five Views on Law and Gospel - Stanley Gundry
Exegetical Fallacies - D. A. Carson
Love in Hard Places - D. A. Carson
The Difficult Doctrine of the Love of God - D. A. Carson
The Still Hour: Communion With God - Austin Phelps
Abraham's Four Seeds - John Reisinger
Understanding and Applying the Bible - R. McQuilkin
End of the Law - Jason C. Meyer
Growth Groups - Colin Marshall
Galatians - Thomas R. Schreiner
What is the Gospel? - Greg Gilbert

What are you planning to read this summer?


  1. I can't really say EXACTLY what I'll read over the next four months but I'll mention 5:
    1) Eating Animals - Johnathan Foer
    2) Outliers - Malcolm Gladwell
    3) The Greatest Show On Earth - Richard Dawkins
    4) Looking For Alaska - John Green
    5) Choke - Chuck Palahniuk

    I've been checking in every now and again, I'm glad you're doing well and pretty as ever : ) haha

  2. hey Ben - thanks for posting your list - what you reading right now buddy?

  3. The Peeps Diaries, its about our addiction to social media

    The Man That Loved Books Too Much, its about a guy that steals rare books and basically the culture of rare book collectors

    and The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell, its all about epidemics and when/how things become popular or large scale

  4. The Meaning of the Millenium: 4 Views
    Collected Writings on Scripture (Carson)
    Desiring God (Piper)
    Lectures to my Students (Spurgeon)

  5. looks like a knock out list Aaron - be great to hear how you were changed and challenged by those at the end of the summer. My friend at NewCity recently read DesiringGod - he said it opened up a world of joy within his relationship with God in Christ.