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Right riveting reads November 13, 2009

Posted by Andy in Reflections on Ministry.
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Thought I’d list all the theological books I’ve read over the last two years. A useful exercise, particularly to discern where some ‘gaps’ may be.

Theological:
Belief in God in an Age of Science (John Polkinghorne)
God, the Big Bang & Bunsen Burning Issues (Nigel Bovey)
Rescuing Darwin (Nick Spencer/Denis Alexander)
Promise and Presence (John Colwell)
Surprised by Hope (N.T.Wright)
Under the Rule of Christ (various Baptist college principals)
Understanding Four Views on Baptism (various contributors)
Evil and the Justice of God (N.T.Wright)

Biblical:
From Eden to New Jerusalem (Desmond Alexander)
Proclaiming the Scandal of the Cross (ed. Mark Baker)
The Wondrous Cross (Stephen Holmes)
Aspects of the Atonement (Howard Marshall)
Welcoming but not Affirming (Stanley Grenz)

Historical:
Restoring the Woven Cord (Michael Mitton)

Pastoral:
God on Mute (Pete Greig)
Learning how to handle conflict (Colin Patterson)

Missional:
Velvet Elvis (Rob Bell)
The Shape of Things to Come (Alan Hirsch/Michael Frost)

Devotional:
Wild Goose Chase (Mark Batterson)
Seeds of Hope (Henri Nouwen)

Autobiographical:
Vicar of Baghdad (Canon Andrew White)

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the camera does sometimes lie… thank God! November 7, 2009

Posted by Andy in Family.
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Andy fire juggling with Esther in close proximity.

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