Books Finished in 2012

1. Christianity & Liberalism – John Gresham Machen

2. The Brothers Karamazov – Fyodor Dostovesky (Seriously Worth Your Time)

3. John Adams – David McCullough

4. Philosophy of Religion – C. Stephen Evans

5. The Restaurant at the End of the Universe – Douglas Adams

6. The Text of the New Testament – Bruce Metzger & Bart Ehrman

7. The Basics of New Testament Syntax – Daniel Wallace

8. New Testament Exegesis – Gordon Fee

9. A Primer of Ecclesiastical Latin – John F. Collins

10. Life the Universe and Everything – Douglas Adams

11. Le Rêve – Emile Zola

12. The Dead Father – Donald Barthleme

13. Hiding Man – Tracy Daugherty

14. Life of Galileo – Bertolt Brechtl

15. Jesus & Personality Theory – James R. Beck

16. Letters to a Young Contrarian – Christopher Hitchens (my favorite read of the year)

17. Poems of the Night – Jorge Luis Borges

18. The Aenid – Virgil

19. Knowing God – J.I. Packer

20. The Doors of Perception & Heaven and Hell– Aldous Huxley

21. The Namesake – Jhumpa Lahiri (Review)

22. In the Garden of the Beasts – Erik Larson

23. The Sonnets – Jorge Luis Borges

24. Sonnets From the Portuguese – Elizabeth Barrett Browning

25. Bel Ami – Guy de Maupassant

26. Borges: A Life – Edwin Williamson

27. Inferno – Dante

28. As I Lay Dying – William Faulkner

29. Old Testament Exegesis – Douglas Stuart

30. Pursuit of Holiness – Jerry Bridges

31. Early Libyan Christianity – Thomas Oden

32. Williams’ Hebrew Syntax – Ronald J. Williams

33. The Name of the Rose – Umberto Eco

34. Introduction to the New Testament – Carson & Moo

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