Books; summer reading

Thabiti Anyabwile
A while back, someone started us off with a list of their summer reading. Seeing that I didn't finish last summer's reading, I'm being a little less ambitious this year. But here are a few things I'm enjoying or hope to enjoy before the summer is over. What Is the What: The Autobiography of...
Derek has asked what should be read this summer. Here's what I'm aiming to dispatch (and, in case you were wondering, he banned me from citing the Beano Annual as he tells me that is not published until November -- but it will no doubt be a good read when it comes): Two biographies of significant...
Derek has asked what should be read this summer. Here's what I'm aiming to dispatch (and, in case you were wondering, he banned me from citing the Beano Annual as he tells me that is not published until November -- but it will no doubt be a good read when it comes): Two biographies of significant...
Del's asked about summer reading. Here's mine: Theology: Johannes Vanderkemp, The Heidelberg Catechism ; David F Wells , The Courage to be Protestant. Two books on my passions: Jeremy Schaap, Triumph: The Untold Story of Jesse Owens and Hitler's Olympics. After Emil Zatopek, Owens has to be one of...
Del's asked about summer reading. Here's mine: Theology: Johannes Vanderkemp, The Heidelberg Catechism ; David F Wells , The Courage to be Protestant. Two books on my passions: Jeremy Schaap, Triumph: The Untold Story of Jesse Owens and Hitler's Olympics. After Emil Zatopek, Owens has to be one of...
Summer’s a time to catch up on reading! Seminary professors read? And sharing with the public what I’m reading is a dangerous thing, I know, but I thought I would nevertheless. First, despite some biting sarcasms and shallowness of theological discernment, Stephen Tomkins’s A Short History of...

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