Books I read in 2022

Another busy year! And consequently limited opportunity to read. But praise the Lord that our church and mission are active places! And praise the Lord for healthy family and growing kids.

I managed to read just the below 25 books this year. Technically, I’m still working on the 25th book, but hope to have it finished before the year is out. I would say overall that this was an underwhelming year in my reading list. My favorite of the year was The Man Who Fell to Earth by Walter Tevis which I found for free while on vacation.

I still have stacks of unread books in my library, but at this point many of them are one’s I’ve intentionally chosen not to read for years and am unlikely to read in the future. So… I don’t know … send me books to read! 🙂  If not I’ll be reading those remaining really dry tomes that are a half foot thick. Plodding through verbose verbiage. Save me from the dullness of this dreadful labor.

1. The Biblical Doctrine of Infant Baptism, by Pierre Ch. Marcel, 7/10

2. The Nag Hammadi Scriptures, ed. Marvin Meyer, 3/10

3. When Shall These Things Be?, by Keith Mathison, 9/10

4. The Basis of Millennial Faith, by Floyd E. Hamilton, 9/10

5. The Mythology of Science, by Rousas John Rushdoony, 4/10

6. Reformed and Evangelical across Four Centuries by Feldmuth et al., 7/10

7. Honest Evangelism, by Rico Tice, 5/10

8. The Dutch-American Farm, by David Steven Cohen, 8/10

9. Reset, by David Murray, 7/10

10. Traced, by Nathaniel T. Jeanson, 7/10

11. Thinking Biblically by John W. Robbins 9/10

12. The Doctrine of Repentance by Thomas Watson, 5/10

13. True Repentance by Thomas Boston, 7/10

14. Repentance by Charles Finney, 4/10

15. Repentance, The Most Misunderstood Word in the Bible, by G. Michael Cocoris, 8/10

16. The Man Who Fell to Earth, by Walter Tevis, 9/10

17. Land of Enchantment, by Dan Stiles, 5/10

18. The Remarkable Record of Job, by Henry M. Morris, 8/10

19. Animal Afterlife (manuscript), by Betsy Clark George, 7/10

20. Revelation, by Joel Beeke, 6/10

21. How Should Men Lead Their Families, by Joel Beeke, 6/10

22. The Family at Church, by Joel Beeke, 8/10

23. Something To Do with Paying Attention, by David Foster Wallace, 7/10

24. Never Buy a Used Car at Night, by Ellis “Buzz” Langlitz, 8/10

25. Beginning At Moses by Michael P. V. Barrett, 7/10