I’m a little late in getting this posted. Then again, I haven’t exactly been posting regularly since beginning doctoral study. Two years of PhD work have been completed which means that this summer marks my last of guided reading.
In light of that reality, behold my list of books to read for the summer.
- On the Trinity, Augustine
- “Augustine, the Trinity, and the Theological Crisis of the West,” Colin Gunton
- Why the God Man? Anselm
- The Anabaptist View of the Church, Frank Littell
- The Modern Theologians, 3rd ed., edited by David Ford
- Church Dogmatics, selections from vol. 2 (7, 8, 10, 11), Karl Barth
- Foundations of the Christian Faith, Karl Rahner
- On the Church, Hans Küng
- Theology of Liberation, Gustavo Gutierrez
- Eclipse of Christ in Eschatology, Andrio König (not pictured)
- All We’re Meant to Be, Letha Dawson Scanzoni and Nancy A. Hardesty
- What Saint Paul Really Said, N. T. Wright
- The Whole Christ, Sinclair Ferguson. (This isn’t really part of my guided reading, but something I picked up to read for fun when I need a break.)
Also, I’m working through Collins’ Primer on Ecclesiastical Latin this summer.
So I’ll be busy.