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2017 Reading Challenge

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I have debated for almost a month about whether or not to actually write this post, but here I am. In 2017 I am attempting again the reading challenge issued by Tim Challies, this year hosted over at Visual Theology. This post will, Lord willing, reflect my reading log. If the book is linked, that means I have reviewed it.

I have chosen to print out the entire plan, and go with the “Obsessed” plan, but the “discard all the rules” option, and read whatever strikes my fancy, whenever. I’m not 100% sure I’m allowed to copy & paste the plan into my own blog, so I’ve linked you to it up above. Below I will just list the category and the book that I chose, once I’ve started and/or finished said book.

Whether you’ve chosen an ambitious reading plan or not, I hope you *are* reading this year! And if you can recommend something to me, please do so in the comments! I’m also on Goodreads, but for the life of me I cannot figure out how to link up with anyone not my Facebook friend. If you can help me out with that, that would be swell!

Books in blue are finished and reviewed. Books in red are finished. Books in green are started. Books in pink are waiting to be read.

  • A book about history: Know the Creeds and Councils (Justin S. Holcomb)
  • A novel by an author you have never read before: The Green Ember (S.D. Smith)
  • A book for children or teens: Ember Falls (S.D. Smith)
  • A book about parenting: Parenting: 14 Gospel Principles (Paul David Tripp)
  • A book about the church: The Prodigal Church (Jared C. Wilson)
  • A book about Christian living: New Morning Mercies (Paul David Tripp)
  • A book your pastor recommends: The Heart of Anger (Lou Priolo)
  • A book targeted at your gender: No Little Women (Aimee Byrd)
  • A book about a current issue: Moral Darwinism: How we Became Hedonists (Benjamin Wiker)
  • A book with at least 400 pages: Louis Berkhoff’s Systematic Theology (Louis Berkhoff)
  • A book about theology: Experiencing the Trinity (Joe Thorn)
  • A book about sexuality: Sexual Fidelity (Mike Abendroth)
  • A book recommended by a family member: Guns, Germs, & Steel (Jared Diamond)
  • A book about Christian living: Missional Motherhood (Gloria Furman)
  • A book about theology: Core Christianity (Michael Horton)
  • A book about church history: Reviving New England (Nate Pickowicz)
  • A book written in the 20th century: Farmer Boy (Laura Ingalls Wilder)
  • A book about the Reformation: The Reformation: How a Monk & Mallet Changed the World (Stephen J. Nichols)
  • A book based on a true story: On the Banks of Plum Creek (Laura Ingalls Wilder)
  • A book of your choice: Ashley Bell (Dean Koontz)
  • A book by Iain Murray: Spurgeon Versus Hyper-Calvinism
  • A book for Children or Teens: By the Shores of Silver Lake (Laura Ingalls Wilder)
  • A book with a one word title: Inferno (Dan Brown)
  • A biography: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks

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