The books I read in 2017, with links to reviews or comments where I had them to share. During 2017, this list will be updated as I start, stop, and/or finish books.
Books I’m reading right now. Listed in the order I started them.
- Theology and the Mirror of Scripture, Kevin J. Vanhoozer and Daniel Treier
- Resurrection and Moral Order, Oliver O’Donovan
- How Buildings Learn: What Happens After They’re Built, Stewart Brand
Books I’ve started reading, and which are currently on hold, but which I do expect to get back to.
- Type-Driven Development with Idris, Edwin Brady ## Finished
Books I finished, in the order I finished them.
- The Martian, Andy Weir (reread)
- Reading Genesis 1–2: An Evangelical Conversation, J. Daryl Charles (classwork)
- Four Views on the Historical Adam, eds. Matthew Barret and Ardel B. Caneday (classwork)
- The Master Plan of Evangelism, Robert Coleman (classwork, reread)
- Discipleshift, Jim Putnam and Bobby Harrington (classwork)
- Rediscovering Discipleship: Making Jesus’ Final Words Our First Work, Robby Gallaty (classwork)
- Mentor, Chuck Lawless (classwork)
- Putting on the Armor, Chuck Lawless (classwork)
- Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life (classwork, reread)
- The Three-Body Problem, Cixin Liu, trans. Ken Liu
- Shards of Honor, Lois McMaster Bujold
- Old Man’s War, John Scalzi
- Thinking, Fast and Slow, Daniel Kahneman – review
- The Book of F♯: Breaking Free with Managed Functional Programming, Dave Fancher – review
- Beren and Lúthien, J. R. R. Tolkien, ed. Christopher Tolkien – review
- Icehenge, Kim Stanley Robinson – review
- Evolution and the Fall, eds. William T. Cavanaugh and James K. A. Smith – review forthcoming
- The Way of Kings, Brandon Sanderson (reread)
- Words of Radiance, Brandon Sanderson (reread)
- Oathbringer, Brandon Sanderson
Books I read parts of, but not the whole. There’s no implication about quality either way, only that I chose not to finish them—sometimes that came down to level of interest as I went on; other times to the fact that they were assigned for class.
- 40 Questions About Creation and Evolution, Ken Keathley and Mark Rooker
- God’s Good World: Reclaiming the Doctrine of Creation, Jonathan Wilson