Books for 2013

My reading was way down this year compared to previous years. But that’s okay, it’s the quality not quantity. So I’m aiming my goal a little lower for 2013 and want to read at least 40 books. Here is a list of books I want to read and may attempt to read in 2013. I have not put Calvin’s Institutes on the list though I plan to read that during 2013 as part of a group read. I may end up starting some of these books yet this year but nevertheless, they are on my want-to-read list. A lot of these would count as part of the 2013 Operation Deepen Faith challenge.

1. Kingdom Through Covenant by Peter Gentry (own) – postponed (not likely to read in 2013)
2. The Good News We Almost Forgot by Kevin DeYoung (own) – gave up on
3. What Is Reformed Theology? by R. C. Sproul (own)
4. Covenant Theology by Peter Golding (own) – gave up on
5. Opening Moves by Steven James (fiction/own) – completed
6. The Grand Weaver by Ravi Zacharias (own) – gave up on
7. God at Work by Gene Edward Veith (own) – completed
8. The Gospel-Driven Life by Michael Horton (own) – completed
9. How to Study the Bible for Yourself by Tim LaHaye (own) – completed February
10. Killing Calvinism by Greg Dutcher (own) – completed April
11. Living for God’s Glory by Joel Beeke (own) – completed February
12. The Murder of Jesus by John MacArthur (own)
13. Reading Between the Lines by Gene Edward Veith (own) – completed
14. Redeeming the Routines by Robert Banks (own) – gave up on
15. Taking the Word to Heart by Nancy Taylor (own) – completed January
16. Truth Under Fire by John Whitehead (own) – gave up on
17. Hard to Believe by John MacArthur (own) – completed
18. Where In the World Is the Church? by Michael Horton (own) – completed October
19. What If the Bible Had Never Been Written? by D. James Kennedy (own) – gave up on
20. A Woman Who Reflects the Heart of Jesus by Elizabeth George (own) – gave up on
21. After You Believe by N.T. Wright (own on Kindle) – gave up on
22. God in Our Midst by Daniel Hyde (own on Kindle) – gave up on
23. The Real Scandal of the Evangelical Mind by Carl Trueman (own on Kindle) – completed November
24. Understanding the Big Picture of the Bible by Wayne Grudem (own on Kindle) – completed March
25. The New Shape of World Christianity by Mark Noll (own on Kindle) – gave up on
26. Crazy Love by Francis Chan (own on Kindle) – completed April
27. Being the Body by Charles Colson (own)
28. Ashamed of the Gospel by John MacArthur (own) – completed March
29. Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain (own) – gave up on 
30. Biblical Hermeneutics: Five Views by Stanley Porter & Beth Stovell (own)
31. Four Views on Moving Beyond the Bible to Theology by Multiple (own on Kindle)
32. The Biblical Theology of Missions by George Peters (own)
33. From Scripture to Theology by Charles Scalise (own)
34. Grasping God’s Word by J. Scott Duvall & J. Daniel Hays (thru library) – gave up on
35. How to Choose a Translation for All It’s Worth by Gordon Fee (own) – completed
36. Methodical Bible Study by Robert Traina (thru library) – gave up on
37. The Church Awakening by Charles Swindoll (own)
38. The Good Life by Charles Colson (own)
39. Idols for Destruction: the Conflict of Christian Faith and American Culture by Herbert Schlossberg (thru library) – gave up on
40. People and Place: A Covenant Ecclesiology by Michael Horton (thru library) – gave up on

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