Whenever someone tells me about a book that they think I should read, I always tell them that I already have a big stack of books at home, waiting to be read. I also have a long "Wish List" on Amazon.com of books that I would like to buy. I'm sure you're the same way. And, as you can tell from the list to the right, I already have a long list of books that I am currently reading. There is not enough time in a day to read everything I'd like to read (it's hard to believe that I didn't really like reading until I was about 17), and currently, I'm being held up from progressing to my stack of books by the long tome on Lincoln, Team of Rivals (which is over 800 pages, but incredibly enjoyable).
Nevertheless, here is the list of books that is on my big stack.
- Surprised by Hope, by N. T. Wright
- The Reason for God, by Timothy Keller
- John Adams, by David McCullough
- I Sold My Soul on eBay, by Hemant Mehta
- Einstein, by Walter Isaacson
- The Zookeeper's Wife, by Diane Ackerman
- The Maligned God, by Carsten Johnsen
- The Peacemaking Remnant, Edited by Douglas Morgan
- The Ravings of a Lunatic, by Adam Whitestone
- Perfection, by Herbert Douglass, Edward Heppenstall, Hans La Rondelle, and C. Mervyn Maxwell
- Cleanse and Close, by Larry Kirkpatrick