5 Books I Read Over the Summer

Summer is a chance for me to catch up on some of my reading. I have less classes to teach and my chaplaincy work is lighter. Now that summer is over, it is time for me to look back on what I read. I actually read more than these five, but these are the ones that my readers might be most interested in. You can find a fuller list here.

  • Shifting Stats by Patricia Paddey and Karen Stiller (USA) (Canada)
  • Nonviolent Action by Ronald Sider (USA) (Canada)
  • The Historical Jesus: Five Views edited by James K. Beilby and Paul Rhodes Eddy (USA) (Canada)
  • Boundaries by Henry Cloud and John Townsend (USA) (Canada)
  • God’s Crime Scene by J. Warner Wallace (USA) (Canada)

You will notice that there is a wide variety among the books I read. If you take into account the non-religious books I read, it is even wider. I believe it is important for people to read outside their immediate interests. I recommend each of the books listed above.



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