I know it’s a far cry from the high-minded goals I set for myself earlier in the year, but here’s what I’ve been reading lately. Some of it’s been online:
- The first instalment of Matt’s exciting new series on the history of the church — 20 centuries in 20 posts (read his intro here).
- Mark Sayers’ ‘cultural reading’ of Love Wins — part 1, part 2, part 3. It’s about the phenomenon as much as the book. Having just finished the book, I’m increasingly convinced that that’s fair enough.
- Dan’s recent PhD-inspired reflection on forgiveness, stories and principles.
But lots of it has been offline too:
- Love Wins by Rob Bell
- Atonement For A ‘Sinless’ Society by Alan Mann
- The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins
- The Archer and the Arrow by Phillip Jensen and Paul Grimmond
- Seeing With New Eyes by David Powlison
- Galatians by J. Louis Martyn
- And, feeling the lack of fiction in my diet, I’m about to embark on The Corrections by Jonathan Franzen…
Do you have any recommendations?