What are you reading?

What are you reading? This question has opened many doors for me to explore topics and issues that I may have never studied. Let us hear from you what you are reading outside of your regular preaching resources. Currently, I’m working through the following:

  • God, Marriage, and Family by Andreas Kostenberger
  • The Book of Torah: The Narrative Integrity of the Pentateuch by Thomas Mann
  • The Art of Commonplace: The Agrarian Essays by Wendell Berry
  • Baptism in the Early Church by Everett Ferguson
  • Gardening When it Counts: Growing Food in Hard Times by Steve Solomon
  • Israelology: The Missing Link in Systematic Theology by Arnold Fruchtenbaum
  • To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
  • Dominion and Dynasty: A Theology of the Hebrew Bible by Stephen Dempster
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8 responses to this post.

  1. Cross Cultural Servanthood by Duane ElmeR
    Good to Great by Jim Collins
    The Exemplary Husband by Stuart Scott
    The Leadership Dynamic by Harry Reeder
    Everyday Talk by John Younts

  2. Pleasing People, Lou Priolo. Reading this with my high school aged daughter

    Stand Fast, Douglas Bond. Reading this with my jr.high aged son

    Manliness, Harvey Mansfield
    Original Sin, Alan Jacobs
    Oliver Wiswell by Kenneth Roberts. Interesting novel making me re-think the Revolutionary War

  3. Paul,
    I am going to preach through portions of Genesis, Exodus, and Leviticus soon. Are the Mann and Dempster books worth using?

  4. Spencer,

    Dempster is very good. I’m still working through Mann so can’t say. He seems very good at capturing the narrative flow of the Pentateuch. He’s not traditional/conservative on some critical issues but these are not the general focus of his work.

  5. Curently reading or re-reading:

    Jonathan Edwards: A New Biography (Ian Murray)
    Living For The Glory of God (Joel Beeke)
    Pilgrims’s Progress (John Bunyan)
    The Letter to The Hebrews (Unknown-Holy Spirit)

  6. A Survey of the Old Testament – Andrew Hill & John Walton
    Studying the Ancient Israelites – Victor Matthews
    Hebrews 1-8 vol 47a WBC – William Lane
    The Epistle to the Hebrews NICNT – F.F. Bruce
    The Epistle to the Hebrews – Homer Kent
    The Jesus Crisis – Robert Thomas and David Farnell

  7. Posted by Q. Hood on May 26, 2009 at 2:12 pm

    The Cross of Christ – John Stott
    Beyond Opinion – Ravi Zacharias
    The Letters to Timothy and Titus NICNT – Philip Towner
    A Long Line of Godly Men – Steven Lawson
    The Truth War – John MacArthur

  8. Posted by Jim on June 12, 2009 at 12:29 pm

    I noticed that you are reading Everett Ferguson’s “Baptism in the Early Church.” I think his research and scholarship on this subject is excellent – almost as thorough as Beasely-Murray. Thanks for the list!

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