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Best Books of 2015
Posted on December 23, 2015 by Jason
Time for my annual list of best books I’ve read this year. Each year I set out with a goal to read 52 books — one per week. Admittedly, that’s an ambitious goal and I usually fall short (with the … Continue reading →
Posted in Baseball, Books, Church, Eschatology, Faith, Kingdom Values, Politics, Race, Social Issues, Sports, Theology | Tagged Abraham Joshua Heschel, and the Wardrobe, Andy Weir, Between the World and Me, C.S. Lewis, Counterfeit Gods, Dallas Willard, John Feinstein, Kingdom Conspiracy, Larry McMurtury, Lonesome Dove, Nancy Gibbs & Michael Duffy, Play Ball, Scot McKnight, Ta-Nehisi Coates, The Allure of Gentleness, The Lion, The Martian, The President's Club, The Sabbath, the Witch, Timothy Keller | 6 Comments