Ten Influential Books for Me

The below — in the order they were added to Goodreads — are books that have been influential to my worldview and theology. Lacking are Augsustine, Aquinas, Cranmer, Luther, Schmeeman, Schillibeeckx, etc. who I have up to now been read only in excerpts. Full primary works will be read when I finally graduate in May.

  • The Scarlet Letter (Nathaniel Howthorne)
  • And Then There Were None (Agatha Christi)
  • Jesus is Lord, Caesar is Not (Scot McKnight)
  • Sherlock Holmes Series (Sir Arthur Conan Doyle)
  • Harry Potter Series (JK Rowling)
  • Inhabiting the Cruciform God (Michael J. Gorman)
  • The Deep Things of God (Fred Sanders)
  • Flesh of the Church, Flesh of Christ (JMR Tillard)
  • Jesus, Humanity, and the Trinity (Kathryn Tanner)
  • The Moonstone (Wilkie Collins)