It’s that time again when I scan my shelves and wish lists for books crying out to be read. I’ve culled the pile to a manageable 3000 pages. Here’s what’s in the queue for my ‘pastoral reading’. There are reasons for each of these, some of them fairly idiosyncratic. If something I ought to read is missing, then by all means let me know. As well, if there is something here you think I could just as well avoid.
6 thoughts on “Books in the Queue”
Science and Faith is a fascinating book. I highly recommend it! Happy reading!
Oooh! What’s Republocrat?!
Subtitled: “Confessions of a Liberal Conservative” I’ll let you know when I get to it…
Republocrat was very good. The Trueman show is a good writer and teacher.
The only one I’ve read is Voskamp. Liked it in places- her voice drove me crazy in other places. Let me know what you think!
I really enjoy reading Carl Trueman, so that should be a great read! I am hoping for reviews as you finish.
I am 75% of the way through Gilead, and savoring every word. 🙂
Glad to hear re Gilead. That she could write so well about what it is like to be a pastor without having been there amazes me.
As for Voskamp her style, her voice, is what has kept me from reading her so far. But recommendations from those I trust continue to push me toward it.
Weird that where I am now I KNOW the authors of five of the books in that stack.
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