Thursday, January 13, 2022

2021 Reading Report

I'm going back through all my notes and trying to reconstruct the list of books I read this past year (I've got to do better about keeping the list current as I go -- that's one of my 2022 goals).

First off, I read the entire Bible through again in the New Living Translation, but this year I used the more leisurely Bible-in-a-year plan instead of the accelerate 90-day schedule (which I found very hard to keep up with in 2020, as it took me closer to 120 days).




Now, in no particular order, here's 2021's reading list:

Faithful Faith: Reclaiming Faith from Culture and Tradition by Mark E. Moore

The Gospel Precisely: Surprisingly Good News About Jesus Christ the King by Matthew Bates

Seven Things I Wish Christians Knew About the Bible by Michael Bird

A Week in the Life of Ephesus by David A. de Silva

Day of Atonement: A Novel of the Maccabean Revolt by David A. de Silva (started in 2020, finished in 2021)

Jesus Made in America: A Cultural History from the Puritans to "The Passion of the Christ" by Stephen J. Nichols

The Righteous Mind: Why Good People Are Divided by Politics and Religion by Jonathan Haidt

Blinded By Might: Can the Religious Right Save America? by Cal Thomas and Ed Dobson

GOP 2.0: How the 2020 Election Can Lead to a Better Way Forward for America's Conservative Party

The Uneasy Conscience of Modern Fundamentalism by Carl F. H. Henry

Compassion (&) Conviction: The AND Campaign's Guide to Faithful Civic Engagement by Justin Giboney, Christopher Butler, and Michael Wear

We the Fallen People: The Founders and the Future of American Democracy by Robert Tracy McKenzie 

Irreparable Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters by Abigail Shrier (not finished yet)

For the Body: Recovering a Theology of Gender, Sexuality, and the Human Body by Timothy Tennent

Winsome Conviction: Disagreeing Without Dividing the Church by Tim Muehlhoff and Richard Langer

Caesar and the Sacrament: Baptism: A Rite of Resistance by R. Alan Streett

Redeeming Power: Understanding Authority and Abuse in the Church by Diane Langberg

How the Spirit Became God: The Mosaic of Early Christian Pneumatology by Kyle R. Hughes

Cultural Intelligence: Living for God in a Diverse, Pluralistic World by Darrell S. Bock

You Are Not Your Own: Belonging to God in an Inhuman World by Alan Noble

Reading Romans in Context: Paul and Second Temple Judaism by Ben C. Blackwell et al

Un Testimonio Visible:: Cristologia, Liberacion y Participacion by Jules Martínez

The Lost Letters of Pergamum by Bruce Longenecker

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