Yahoo! I can finally provide an exciting report: I am ahead on my 2016 Reading Challenge! While my reading has not been very diverse, I am on track to surpass the goal I set for myself in the number of books I was to read this year. I will work on diversifying my selections in the coming months.
In April I completed:
- 14. According to Plan (Graeme Goldsworthy)
- 15. Marketing for Entrepreneurs (Frederick Crane)
- 16. Introduction to Global Missions (Zane Pratt)
- 17. A Basic Guide to Interpreting the Bible (Robert Stein)
- 18. Theology of the Reformers (Timothy George)
- 19. A Reformation Reader (Denis Janz)
- 20. The European Reformations (Carter Lindberg)
- 21. A Reformation Debate (Jacopo Sadoleto and John Calvin)
- 22. Writing Tools (Roy Peter Clarke)
- 23. A Dash of Style (Noah Lukeman)
The school year has come to a close and I am writing this post from home (which is why this post is happening a few days late – the last week has been a whirlwind of exams, final papers, and moving home). I am so thankful for this last semester – it has truly been a blast, but I am also excited for summer, my own bed, and the chance to read a more diverse lineup of books (we’ll see if that last part works out…). That is all for this update – I’ll be back with an update for May on June 1!