Summer Reading Lists

I’m starting to see various blog posts popping up regarding summer reading lists. I don’t usually make a summer reading list, as much as I love to make lists, actually sticking to a reading list is hard for me due to “mood” reading. I’m also currently finding that I’m requesting a lot of review books (probably more than I should šŸ™‚ so those take precedent in my reading schedule.
Rather than create a summer reading list, here is my list of current and upcoming reads (hopefully) which basically turns it into a summer reading list.

For Review:
Know the Heretics by Justin Holcomb (currently reading)
To the Ends of the EarthĀ by Michael Haykin
The Atheist’s Fatal Flaw by Norman Geisler and Daniel McCoy
Dynamic Women of the Bible by Ruth A. Tucker
From God to Us: How We Got Our BibleĀ by Norman Geisler and William Nix
The Gospel in the Marketplace of Ideas by Paul Copan
Girl at the End of the World by Elizabeth Esther
Make, Mature, Multiply: Becoming Fully-Formed Disciples of Jesus by Brandon Smith
The Theology of the Westminster Standards by J.V. Fesko
Why Church History Matters by Robert Rea
Questioning the Bible by Jonathan Morrow
The Young Woman’s Guide to Discovering Her Bible by Elizabeth George
Between Worlds by Marilyn Gardner

Library Books:
How to Read a BookĀ by Mortimer Adler
Bible Study: Following the Ways of the Word by Kathleen Buswell Nielson
Effective Bible Teaching by James Wilhoit and Leland Ryken
As Iron Sharpens Iron by William and Howard Hendricks

Own Books:
Knowing God by J.I. Packer (currently reading/group read on Facebook)
Missions in the Third Millenium by Stan Guthrie (current read)
Bible Doctrine by Wayne Grudem (current read/summer study prep help)
Spiritual Mothering by Susan Hunt
The God Who Is There by Francis Schaeffer
Troubled Minds: Mental Illness and the Church’s MissionĀ by Amy Simpson
By Design by Susan Hunt

Do you have summer reading plans?

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