books

booksI believe one of the best ways to understand someone is to take a good, long, hard look at what is on their bookshelf. After thinking that I couldn’t show you my bookshelf, I realize that perhaps I can… in some form at least. Here is a list of books that have invariably shaped the way I think, and possibly feel.

Man’s Search for Meaning-Viktor Frankl

War and Peace-Leo Tolstoy

Tender is the Night-F. Scott Fitzgerald

The Confessions of Saint Augustine-St.Augustine

The Count of Monte Cristo-Alexander Dumas

Jesus Feminist-Sarah Bessey

Doctor Zhivago-Boris Pasternak

The Cost of Discipleship-Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Into the Wild-Jon Krakauer

The Bell Jar-Sylvia Plath

The Problem of Pain-C. S. Lewis

Surprised by Hope-N.T. Wright

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