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Top Books for 2007 (that I actually read)

December 13, 2007

Here is a sundry list of things I read that made a particular impression on me this year. They were not all published this year. They are not necessarily my favorites, and they include fiction, non-fiction, previously read, etc. In no particular order…


  1. Falling Man, Don DeLillo.
  2. Harrison Bergeron, Curt Vonnegut
  3. Central Themes in Biblical Theology, ed. Hafemann & House
  4. Seeing Through Cynicism, Dick Keyes
  5. Total Church, Chester & Timmis
  6. Paul: A Fresh Perspective, N. T. Wright
  7. n + 1. a twice-yearly print journal of politics, literature, and culture.
  8. How Children Raise Parents, Dan Allender.
  9. The Moral Vision of the New Testament, Richard Hays
  10. Disciples of All Nations, Lamin Sanneh


  1. Converts or Proselytes?: The Crisis Over Conversion in the Early Church,” Andrew Walls IBMR 28
  2. “Anaesthetic Ideology,” Mark Greif n+1 vol. 5
  3. Things I Wish I Had Known When I Planted My Church,” Next Wave
2 Comments leave one →
  1. Richard permalink
    December 13, 2007 6:07 pm

    Where’s “The Road” bro?

  2. December 13, 2007 8:52 pm

    The Road gave me an appreciation for McCarthy and No Country for Old Men elevated that appreciation to praise, but I am currently more impressed with McCarthy on the whole, not especially by the Road,though it certainly was a good read.

    How about some of your top?

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