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Wednesday, October 03, 2007

book list

i've had to compile two different book lists in the last week,
1/ for my college application form, listing "at least 5" Christian books that have influenced me, and
2/ for CBS Core, a suggested reading list, as the students start building Christian libraries for themselves

so what are the top 5 Christian books that have influenced you?

mine are:
  1. The Myths of Science (ed. by Kirsten Birkett)
  2. Knowing God (JI Packer)
  3. Holiness (JC Ryle)
  4. Evangelism and the Sovereignty of God (JI Packer)
  5. Answers in Genesis - (tho this was remarkable for my early Christian growth, i look back now with sorrow as i see how they manage to pigeon-hole the creation v evolution debate)

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4 Comments:

Blogger worfie said...

Hey Doug,

you must be the only person I know who enjoyed Myths of Science sice you put it at No.1!!!

heh maybe it was worth printing after all :)

Guy

12:19 am  
Blogger Mark said...

A pretty conservative list (and only one "college" book in it) ...

Stott - The Cross of Christ
Packer – Knowing God (+ God Has Spoken)
Carson - A Call to Spiritual Reformation
Goldsworthy – Gospel and Kingdom
O’Donovan - Resurrection and Moral Order

7:46 am  
Blogger Dan Morehead said...

You might also enjoy:

Hauerwas' The Peaceable Kingdom: A Primer in Christian Ethics
Bonhoeffer's Life Together
Yoder's The Politics of Jesus

3:06 am  
Blogger psychodougie said...

i've liked any quote i've ever read from hauerwas - tho am yet to read him myself.
i like niebuhr especially in regards to thinking thru ethics as a christian

yoder seems really big in the states - i've never heard much about him in oz (or just in my circles!)

cheers for your thoughts dan

2:41 pm  

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