2010 Reading List

Last year I posted a list of books that I read during 2009. This year I created a separate page where I will keep a running list of the books I am reading. You can find this page under the “Reading” tab at the top of the page. As I look at this year’s list, it’s a bit more eclectic than in years past. I actually managed to get some fiction in there. There are a few books that I wouldn’t recommend to others. There are a few on the list that I have read multiple times, which I never tire of reading (Lutheran Confessions, Hammer of God, Law & Gospel).

I would have to say that this year the most interesting read was Christopher Boyd Brown’s Singing the Gospel. I’ll have much more to say about this book in an upcoming separate post, but for now I’ll just say that any book that is about the Lutheran Reformation, music and hymnody, and the home, family, and children is going to be right up my alley.

I still have my reading pile, and it’s probably still over a year long. But I’m looking forward to getting into some of the titles on the top of the pile, and the books on the bottom of the pile also keep me motivated to someday get to those as well.

Would you share with me the top two or three books you read this year? Leave your answer in the comments section.

One thought on “2010 Reading List

  1. A couple theological books…
    – The Ministry of the Word by Dr. John Brug
    – Here We Stand: A Confessional Christian Study of Worldviews – edited by Pr. Curtis Jahn

    A non-fiction book too…
    – The Boys of Winter: The Untold Story of a Coach, a Dream, and the 1980 U.S. Olympic Hockey Team by Wayne Coffey

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