Jan 1, 2013

Books of 2012

1 The Essential Alan Watts, by Alan Watts
2 Grandfather, by Tom Brown, Jr
3 The Visitation, by Frank Peretti
4 They Speak with Other Tongues, by John L. Sherrill
5 The Last Battle, by C.S. Lewis
6 After Theory, by Terry Eagleton
7 Comfort and Joy: A Study of the Heidelberg Catechism, by Andrew Kuyvenhouen
8 Living the Heidelberg: The Heidelberg Catechism and the Moral Life, by Allen Verhey
9 Dutch Calvinism in Modern America, by James D. Bratt
10 Green River Killer, by Jeff Jensen & Jonathan Case
11 The Coming of the Book: The Impact of Printing, 1450-1800, by Lucien Febvre & Henri-Jean Maritan
12 Wittgenstein's Mistress, by David Markson
13 Letters to a Young Calvinist: An Invitation to the Reformed Tradition, by James K.A. Smith
14 A History of the Evangelical and Reformed Church, by David Dunn et al.
15 Divided by a Common Heritage, by Corwin Smith et al.
16 The Eastern Church in the Spiritual Marketplace: American Conversions to Orthodox Christianity, by Amy Slagle
17 Marx: A Very Short Introduction, by Peter Singer
18 For Marx, by Louis Althusser
19 A Contract with God, by Will Eisner
20 Aimee Semple McPherson and the Resurrection of Christian America , by Matthew Avery Sutton 21 Beginning Theroy, by Peter Barry
22 Chuck Smith Autobiography: A Memoir of Grace, by Chuck Smith
23 Frank Bartleman's Azusa Street, ed. Roberts Liardon
24 The Fire Spreads: Holiness and Pentecostalism in the American South, by Randall J. Stephens
25 A Feast of Snakes, by Harry Crews
26 Culture and Materialism, by Raymond Williams
27 Introducing Derrida, by Jeff Collins and Bill Mayblin
28 The Book of Mormon Girl, by Joanna Brooks
29 Expect a Miracle, by Oral Roberts
30 Canaan Land: A Religious History of African Americans, by Albert J. Raboteau
31 Tongues of Men and Angels: The Religious Language of Men and Angels, by William J. Samarin
32 Fields White Unto Harvest, by James R. Goff, Jr.
33 Nine O'clock in the Morning, by Dennis J. Bennett
34 Train Dreams, by Denis Johnson
35 The Fugitive Blacksmith, by James W.C. Pennington
36 The Drop, by Michael Connelly
37 Watching Dallas, by Ien Ang
38 Awkwardness, by Adam Kotsko
39 Why We Love Sociopaths, by Adam Kotsko
40 The Dawn Patrol, by Don Winslow
41 Looking Awry: An Introduction to Jacques Lacan through Popular Culture, by Slavoj Žižek
42 The Supernatural Ways of Royalty, by Kris Vallotton and Bill Johnson
43 Prayer is Invading the Impossible, by Jack Hayford
44 The Devil All the Time, by Donald Ray Pollack
45 What is Cultural History, by Peter Burke
46 Canada, by Richard Ford
47 Without God, Without Creed, by James Turner
48 Communication and the Evolution of Society, by Jürgen Habermas
49 Buddha in Blue Jeans, by Tai Sheridan
50 Every Love Story is a Ghost Story, by D.T. Max
51 Manual of Zen Buddhism, by Daisetz Teitaro Suzuki
52 Through the Fire, by Shawn Grady
53 Mind and Cosmos, by Thomas Nagel
54 The New Atheist Novel, by Authur Bradley and Andrew Tate
55 The Communist Hypothesis, by Alain Badiou
56 The Assassination of Jessee James by the Coward Robert Ford, by Ron Hansen
57 Fun Home, by Allison Bechdel
58 An Awareness of What is Missing, by Jürgen Habermas, et al.
59 The Word in the World, by Candy Gunther Brown
60 California, by Jennifer Denrow
61 American Exorcism, by Michael W. Cuneo
62 The Walking Dead, Book One, by Robert Kirkman
63 Knox's Irregulars, by J. Wesley Bush
64 VALIS, by Philip K. Dick
65 Karl Marx, by Francis Wheen
66 Modern Social Imaginaries, by Charles Taylor

1 comment:

  1. Lots of great things there. Good on you for keeping track of it all! I definitely didn't.

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