Here is the second installment of books that I have read that have left enough of a mark on me that I still remember them regularly. In college I remember hearing several times that the books we read and the people we spend our time with will most determine who we are 10 years from now. I think it is true.
11. The Resurrection of the Son of God (N.T. Wright) – Theology and Biblical Studies, Advanced Reading Level
12. My Name is Asher Lev (Chaim Potok) – Fiction, a enthralling tale about a Hasidic Jewish Artist
13. The Gift of Asher Lev (Chaim Potok) – Fiction, part 2
14. Heaven is a Place on Earth (Michael Wittmer) – Theology and Christian Living, Intermediate. The book is a great place to start for an overarching Biblical view of life.
15. Roaring Lambs (Bob Briner) – Christian Living and Cultural Impact, an inspiring and accessible encouragement to cultural engagement.
16. Creation Regained (Al Wolters) – Christian Theology
17. The Bruised Reed (Richard Sibbes, Puritan Paperbacks) – Christian Practice
18. The Risen Jesus and Future Hope (Gary Habermas) – Christian Apologetics, Theology and Practice
19. Reflections on the Psalms (C.S. Lewis) – This book has no category, but is incredibly insightful
20. The Dangerous Duty of Delight (John Piper) – I still think this is the best place to start reading Piper.