What I am reading over the break

by Trillia Newbell God's good design

This is not a Top 10 (or 12) list. I won’t dare try to do that, but if you are looking for one you can see Tony Reinke’s, Kevin DeYoung’s and the TGC staff.

This is simply what I’ll be reading over the holiday:

An Advent devotional

God’s Good Design by Claire Smith

Gospel Amnesia, by Luma Simms (releases in January, more about her and her book soon)

Practical Theology for Women by Wendy Alsup

The Explicit Gospel by Matt Chandler

The Last Segregated Hour by Stephen R. Haynes

The Christian Writer’s Manual of Style by Robert Hudson

 

Excited to rest, read, write and be with family. Will you be reading while resting and celebrating? If so, what are you reading the next few weeks?

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2 Comments to “What I am reading over the break”

  1. Kim Shay says:

    I loved Claire Smith’s book. I love how she continually focuses on the text of Scripture. Read Wendy Alsup’s book when it first came out, but I seem to remember liking it. I’ve had The Explicit Gospel on my shelf since T4G, but haven’t got around to it yet. I’m reading The Early Church by Henry Chadwick, Is There a Meaning in This Text by Kevin Vanhoozer, The Cross and Christian Ministry by D.A. Carson, and Journeys of Faith, edited by Robert Plummer. I’m also prepping to teach Philippians in January, so I’m gearing up for that. Not always easy to find time for reading with adult children around, because I need to capitalize on every precious minute they are home!

  2. admin says:

    Enjoy your reading time and your adult babies! Merry Christmas, Kim!