December 31, 2001

Best Books Read in 2001

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Here are some of the books I enjoyed most during 2001:

Foucault's Pendulum by Umberto EcoAll Things Bright and Beautiful by James HerriotThrough New Eyes by James B. Jordan
A Practical and Theological Commentary by James B. JordanBlessed Are the Hungry by Peter J. LeithartRediscovering the Centrality of the Church
The Unknown Shore by Patrick O'BrianMy Name is Asher Lev by Chaim PotokThe Gift of Asher Lev by Chaim Potok
The Pleasures of God by John PiperFuture Grace by John PiperOut to Canaan by Jan Karon
The Call of Grace by Norman ShepherdThe Hobbit by J. R. R. TolkienThe Aeneid by Virgil, translated by Robert Fitzgerald
Joy at the End of the Tether by Douglas WilsonPeace by Gene WolfeThe Crown and the Fire by N. T. Wright
What Saint Paul Really Said by N. T. WrightThe Lord and His Prayer by N. T. WrightThe Anubis Gates by Tim Powers

I’d also have to add Larry Woiwode’s Silent Passengers, a collection of short stories. Oh, yeah, and then there was also….

Does this describe me? Um … yes. Thanks to Jim for the link.

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