books read in 2019

It was a slow year last year. But here’s the list either way:


  • Douglas Adams, So Long and Thanks for All the Fish (1980)
  • Richard Bauckham, Jesus: A Very Short Introduction (2011)
  • Douglas Adams, Young Zaphod Plays It Safe (1986)
  • Os Guinness, Rising to the Call (2003)
  • Jack Cottrell, Baptism: A Biblical Study (1989)
  • James R. White, The Forgotten Trinity (1998)
  • William Neil, The Epistle to the Hebrews (1955)
  • Chuck Lawless, Membership Matters (2005)
  • B.B. Warfield, The Divine Origin of the Bible (1882)
  • Tom Hepburn & Selwyn Jacobson, The World’s 72 Toughest Golf Holes (1987)
  • Karl Vaters, The Grasshopper Myth (2012)
  • Marcel Simon, Jewish Sects at the Time of Jesus (1967)
  • Robert Ludlum, The Aquitaine Progression (1984)
  • James R. White, The King James Only Controversy (1995)
  • David Platt, Something Needs to Change (2019)
  • D. James Kennedy, Skeptics Answered (1997)
  • Eric van Lustbader, The Bourne Betrayal (2007)
  • R.C. Sproul, What is the Lord’s Supper? (2013)°
  • R.C. Sproul, What is Repentance? (2014)°
  • James R. White, Letters to a Mormon Elder (1993)
  • Eric van Lustbader, The Bourne Sanction (2008)
  • Andrew Murray, The Power of the Blood of Jesus (2017)
  • P.G. Wodehouse, Full Moon (1947)

Articles, Essays, etc:

° means: not that impressed.
means: those items where I willingly subjected myself to mental torture (i.e., the item was bad).

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