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My Book Hall of Fame
I decided to cull together a list of the most essential and influential books I’ve ever read. Pretty daunting, I’ll admit, but it’s a task made easier by the fact that I’ve been keeping an annual list of the best … Continue reading
Posted in Books Tagged Arnold Fruchtenbaum, Brené Brown, Cormac McCarthy, Craig Bartholomew, Curt Thompson, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Fleming Rutledge, Greg Lukianoff, Ian Morgan Cron, James K.A. Smith, Jonathan Haidt, Justin Cronin, Lee Camp, Mark Thibodeaux, Michael Goheen, N.T. Wright, Philip Yancey, Simon Wiesenthal, Stanley Grenz, Steve Cuss, Suzanne Stabile, Victor Frankl Leave a comment