I’m taking the opportunity of the Thanksgiving holiday to catch up on some reading. Besides my ESV, here’s what I’m working through…
- The Well by Mark Hall – I wrote a review of Mark’s first book, Your Own Jesus, a while back. This book is just as well-written and convicting.
- The History of Hell – I saw a recommendation from Pastor Mark Driscoll for this PDF book by Christian History Magazine, so I’ve uploaded it to my Kindle and am giving it a shot.
- Google Reader – Keeping up with my blog reading.
What are you reading during Thanksgiving week?
2 thoughts on “What I’m Reading During Thanksgiving”
I’ve got a huge backlog on “want to reads” (79 eBooks in Logos format+Kindle+Nook+Paper), but the reality for me is I’ll be reading the ESV this holiday.
I’ve fallen behind in my normal reading of the ESVSB and I want to catch up to where I should be…that will require me to read/study 1 Kings.
At some point I will also read/study Mark 2; if I have time, I will parallel study that with several commentaries–probably NICNT “The Gospel of Mark”, UBS’ “A Handbook on the Gospel of Mark”, The IVP Bible Background Commentary: New Testament, and Baker New Testament Commentary: Mark.
Specifically, I’m reading and re-reading Romans 8. The Lord is teaching me a lot from there lately.
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