Thursday, December 13, 2007

Reading list for 2008

Here are some of the books that I'd like to read in the coming year. Several I've already started, some are sitting on my shelves demanding to be read, others are but a distant dream.
A Theology of Lordship: The Doctrine of the Knowledge of God & The Doctrine of God, by John Frame, P&R, 1987 & 2002, here, (got).
The Beauty of Holiness: The Book of Leviticus Simply Explained, by Philip Eveson, Evangelical Press, 2007, here, (started).
Christianity's Dangerous Idea: The Protetstant Revoluion, a history from the sixteenth century to the twenty-first, by Alister McGrath, SPCK, 2007, here, (got).
Dogmatics in Outline, by Karl Barth, SCM Press, 2001 edition, here.
Engaging with Barth, edited by David Gibson and Daniel Strange, IVP, January 2008, here.
Global Jihad: The Future in the Face of Militant Islam, by Patrick Sookhdeo, Isaac Publishing, 2007, here, (got).
Holy Scripture: A Dogmatic Sketch, by John Webster, Cambridge University Press, 2003, here.
The Institutes of the Christian Religion, by John Calvin, Eerdmans, 1983, here, (ongoing).
John Owen: Reformed Catholic, Renaissance Man, by Carl Trueman, Ashgate, 2007, here.
Pierced for our Transgressions: Rediscovering the glory of penal substitution, by Steve Jeffry, Mike Ovey & Andrew Sach, IVP, 2007, here, (started).
Princeton Seminary vol 2 & 2, by David B. Calhoun, Banner of Truth, 1994 & 1996, here, (started).
Reformed Dogmatics volumes 1-3, by Herman Bavinck, Baker Academic, 2003, 2004, 2006, (here).
Spirit Empowered Preaching, by Arturo Azurdia III, Mentor, 2007, here.
Through Western Eyes: Eastern Orthodoxy, a Reformed Perspective, by Robert Letham, Mentor, 2007 (here).

2 comments:

Vaughan Smith said...

I'm really interested in reading Trueman's book on Owen, especially in light of the lecture series he gave on him.

Go Bavinck and Calvin! Go, go, go!

Exiled Preacher said...

Trueman on Owen will be a must read! I can't wait to get into Bavinck, I've heard so many good things about his Reformed Dogmatics.