What are you currently Reading?

I got "A History of Christianity in Asia Volume I Beginnings to 1500" by Samuel Hugh Moffett for Christmas.

Just started the book and am excited to get into it.

The French Revolution by Christopher Hibbert

A Life of Montaigne in One Question and 20 Answers

...Not religious books but there you go.

Pure desire Phone Post

Wrestling w/ an Angel by Greg Lucas.

Reasonable Faith: Chrisitan Truth and Apologetics, by William Lane Craig

It's a good synopsis of the different philosophical and cosmological reasons for the existence of God among other Truths. It also briefly goes over the usual objections by atheists and why their arguments don't hold up well to scrutiny.
Craig has had debates with the likes of Hitchens and others. Dude knows his stuff.

also reading:
The Everlasting Man, by G.K. Chesterton

I'm not far enough into it to comment but I am enjoying it so far.

 The Imitation of Christ, by Thomas a Kempis.

On a related note I am currently watching the BBC documentary series A History of Christianity by Diarmaid Macculloch

"Bearing the Cross," a biography on Dr. King. About 800 pages but I can't put it down so far.

Just finished "When the game was ours," about the Magic/Bird rivalry.

Juijitsuboxer - I got "A History of Christianity in Asia Volume I Beginnings to 1500" by Samuel Hugh Moffett for Christmas.

Just started the book and am excited to get into it.


I am half way through the book right now, just finished reading about Nestorious. After reading his critics it sounds like he had horrible theology, way out there. When we found his own writings in 1889 though, it looks like he was slightly off, but not what his critics made him out to be for sure.

Last Days Madness: Obsession of the Modern Church by Gary Demar.

Desiring God by John Piper

gord96 - Last Days Madness: Obsession of the Modern Church by Gary Demar.

Man, I like Demar okay and all that, but if you get on him mailing list prepare to be bombarded with junk.

 Radical by David Platt

reading alot of C.H. Spurgeon this last week. Got 'Works of Charles Haddon Spurgeon' which I think is 4-5 books for $.99 on iBook. really enjoying his writing.

"Redemption Accomplished and Applied" by John Murray. Phone Post

 Love Spurgeons stuff.

"Moral Revolution: The Truth About Sexual Purity" by Kris and Jason Vallotton Phone Post

 Surprised By Hope-NT Wright



Irresistable Revolution-Shane Claiborne

Now on to "Institutes of Christian Religion" by John Calvin. 3rd time around. Gotta try and hammer down what he was really getting at. Phone Post