‘Of making many [lists of] books, there is no end.’ (Ecclesiastes-ish 12:12) It’s the end of the year, so every Christian with a blog is posting a list of the things they read over the past twelve months. I figured I might as well follow suit. I started plenty of books this year, and finished…
Some reflections on A Church Called Tov, by Scot McKnight and Laura Barringer
A selection of recommended resources on the Trinity.
Some quick (bits of) reviews of some (bits of) books I read (bits of) on my holiday!
2015 in 21 short book reviews
I did something stupid. And on the off chance it may make you feel better about yourself, I thought I would share it. So apropos of nothing… here goes:
A review of Michel Faber’s latest novel, about an English Pastor sent to a distant planet to teach the inhabitants about Christianity.
A suggested reading list on the gospels.
Some preliminary thoughts on a largely frustrating introduction to presuppositional apologetics!
Winner of the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt is a brilliant epic novel