September has been an interesting month for reading as I’ve started a new job, and been preparing for a long holiday in October! Here are the top ten things I’ve read in September 2019.
- I’ve finally reviewed the excellent MORE: Truth by Kristi Mair. TLDR? Read this book if you have any interest in ‘truth’.
- The Gospel Coalition has an interesting article, ‘Yes, Bring Commentaries to Bible Study‘. TLDR? Agree or disagree with the title.
- Alexander Venter’s new book Doing Spirituality is wonderful, if quiet long. TLDR? Want to learn to live like Jesus? Read, and do.
- Jon Kurht wrote a great blogpost about ‘Actually Reading the Bible‘. TLDR? We all want to do it, here are some ideas.
- Walter Moberly’s The Bible in a Disenchanted Age is awesome, if unintentionally hilarious. TLDR? Proper bible scholar schools Dawkins.
- We’ve all heard that Boris has friends who will make money out of Brexit. But is it true? TLDR? Read this article.
- For a collection of essays, The Christian Doctrine of Humanity is a brilliant book. TLDR? Want to understand humanity theologically? Start here.
- Scott McKnight has written a brilliant blog post, ‘Willow Creek, what is a pastor‘? TLDR? Well worth reading if interested in healthy leadership.
- Melvin Tinker’s superb Veiled in Flesh is my new favourite book about the incarnation. TLDR? Understanding more of Jesus inspires worship.
- Adam Mabry, author of ‘The Art of Rest‘ has a great blog post about language of ‘s/he has a spirit of’. TLDR? It’s not biblical, so read this article.
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