Reading for the Season

Sunday I mentioned that over the past two years I have given special attention in my reading to three theological categories: Union with Christ, Trinity, and Incarnation. Another recommendation I would make for those seeking to be more disciplined in their reading is to read with the seasons. For example, during the Easter Season read on the cross and resurrection, or as I recommended several weeks ago, read on the Reformation during October. This is a practice I have found to be very beneficial over the past few years. After next week, we are entering the Thanksgiving and Christmas season. Below I will share my reading list for the 2013 season as well as some favorites from seasons past.

This year’s reading list:

The First Thanksgiving by Robert McKenzie

What is the Incarnation by William Evans

Why Christ Came: 31 Meditations on the Incarnation by Joel Beeke and William Boekestein

Peace: Classic Readings for Christmas by Stephen Nichols

Putting Jesus in His Place by Robert Bowman and J. Komoszewski

Past Favorites:

Behold the Lamb of God by Russ Ramsey

Come, Thou Long Expected Jesus by Nancy Guthrie

God with Us by Daniel Hyde (I’ll be reading this one again this year)

The Man Christ Jesus by Bruce Ware

About Pastor Matt

Matt Baker is the Pastor of Redeemer Fellowship Church.
This entry was posted in Uncategorized and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

Comments are closed.