Reading Accomplishments so Far

Here’s what I’ve read for 2010. It’s by far the most reading I’ve ever done in 6 months. Last year I barely hit my goal of 25 books for 2009. This year, it looks like I’ll easily surpass my goal of 30.
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  1. A Sense of Urgency, John P. Kotter (1/11)
  2. The Trellis and the Vine, Colin Marshall & Tony Payne (1/24)
  3. Autobiography of Hudson Taylor, Hudson Taylor (1/30)
  4. The Reason for God, Timothy Keller (2/15)
  5. The Deliberate Church, Mark Dever (2/22)
  6. When I Don’t Desire God, John Piper (3/20)
  7. Outliers, Malcolm Gladwell (3/30)
  8. Be Complete, How to Become the Whole Person God Intends You to Be, Warren Wiersbe (3/31)
  9. Why Johnny Can’t Preach, T. David Gordon, (4/2)
  10. Evangelism and the Sovereignty of God, J.I. Packer (4/16)
  11. Amusing Ourselves to Death, Neil Postman (4/25)
  12. Crazy Love, Francis Chan (5/5)
  13. The Religious Affections, Jonathan Edwards (5/14)
  14. Axiom, Bill Hybels (5/28)
  15. Our Sufficiency in Christ, John MacArthur (5/28)
  16. The Odyssey, Homer (5/31)
  17. Stand: A Call for the Endurance of the Saints, Ed. Justin Taylor, John Piper (6/3)
  18. Forgotten God: Reversing Our Tragic Neglect of the Holy Spirit (6/11)
  19. The Kite Runner, Khaled Hosseini (6/13)
  20. Spectacular Sins, John Piper (6/25)
  21. Writing for Story, Jon Franklin (6/30)
  22. Living with Confidence in a Chaotic World, David Jeremiah (7/1)
  23. How to Tell a Story and Other Essays, Mark Twain (7/4)

2 Replies to “Reading Accomplishments so Far”

  1. Thought there were some good themes that ran through it. I liked the portrayal of guilt and the agony of unatoned sin. It’s a sad sad story so that also made it hard to read.

    But my overall response: “Meh.”

    Have you read it?

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