When I have finished writing the book I am currently working on (hopefully the first draft will be complete within the next 2 weeks!), these are the books I’m looking forward to reading. They are either books I have bought but haven’t got around to reading yet, or textbooks I only got the chance to skim through at Wycliffe 🙂
- For the Life of the World (Alexander Schmemann) – skimmed through most of this for a systematic theology course, interested in the sacramental theology
- At the Heart of the Gospel: Suffering in the Earliest Christian Message (by Wycliffe professor Ann Jervis) – because who doesn’t wonder about this?
- The Way to Christ (Jacob Boehme) – apparently this was the key to a pneumatology course I took… should have read it a little more closely!
- On the Incarnation (St. Athanasius) – just because I loved it and it’s a good Christmas read
- Mysterious Apocalypse (Arthur Wainwright) – on the way from abebooks!
- The Selected Journals of L. M. Montgomery Vol. IV – fascinating look into the life of Canada’s most famous authoress
This should make for some good winter reading ahead!