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What are you reading for 2009?

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1baron770
Editado: Fev 14, 2009, 11:40 am

New here and was wondering what other are reading.

I just finished Jazz Notes Improvisations on Blue Like Jazz

Starting:

1) The Great Giveaway

2) Signs of Intellience; understanding intelligent design

3) Just Generosity

4) Living the Lord's Prayer

2dHeinemann
Editado: Fev 16, 2009, 3:12 am

I'm currently reading:
Risk: Are You Willing to Trust God with Everything?
Them, Us & Me: How the Old Testament Speaks to People Today
Know the Truth
The Way of The Master
Under the Overpass

And after those, I will read:
Desiring God
Epic: The Story God is Telling
For This I was Born: Aligning Your Vision to God's Cause
Furious Pursuit: Why God Will Never Let You Go
God Chasers
The Love Dare (Although I probably won't read this until I get married)
The New Evidence that Demands a Verdict
Systematic Theology
Wild Goose Chase: Reclaim the Adventure of Pursuing God

3R.I.F.
Editado: Abr 29, 2009, 11:49 am

Just finished The case for Classical Christian Education by Doug Wilson. I'll be starting Richard Foster's Celebration of Discipline and Ken Boa's Conformed to His image for my upcoming class at the Seminary. After those two, probably back to Wayne Grudem's Systematic Theology in preparation for Into to Theology at the Seminary, Lord willing.

aeSentinel--I was just listening to Ray Comfort on the drive in this morning. Aren't those guys great?! I don't care for their tone(sometime!) in the open-air preaching, but their re-discovery of the importance and role of God's law in evangelism is fantastic!

4Dagambiter
Out 29, 2009, 12:57 pm

Currently reading Waking the Dead by John Eldredge after that I will read (in no particular order)

Walking with God John Eldredge

Way of the Wildheart John Eldredge

Wild at Heart John Eldredge

Healing the Masculine Soul Gordon Dalbey

Also working on Ted Dekkers Circle Trilogy