My Favorite Reads of 2010

My Favorite Reads of 2010

I mentioned on Twitter last night that it looks like I will close out 2010 having read about 60 or so books. A few people asked about my favorites so I figured it would be worth it to wrap up 2010 with a post. After looking at the list I decided to do so by breaking it out a bit. The list breaks down into three categories which divide my reading into roughly thirds: Young Adult Fiction, Fiction, and Non-Fiction.  So below are my favorite reads in each of those categories. Young Adult...

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Radical by David Platt

Radical by David Platt

This book was provided for review by the WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group I will confess I have always been a little defensive about books that approach economics or American society and faith. Far too often, from my perspective, these books easily move from relevant spiritual issues into garden variety leftist critiques of capitalism, etc. In this way they turn me off from the message by delving into politics – and usually poorly at that. Radical by David Platt may seem to be...

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Radical by David Platt

Radical by David Platt

This book was provided for review by the WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group I will confess I have always been a little defensive about books that approach economics or American society and faith. Far too often, from my perspective, these books easily move from relevant spiritual issues into garden variety leftist critiques of capitalism, etc. In this way they turn me off from the message by delving into politics – and usually poorly at that. Radical by David Platt may seem to be...

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Book Giveaway: Radical by David Platt

Book Giveaway: Radical by David Platt

UPDATE: Giveaway is closed. See comments below. Thanks everyone. I am participating the Multnomah Blogging for Books program this week. The Book is Radical: Taking Back Your Faith from the American Dream by David Platt. Publishers blurb: IS JESUS WORTH THIS TO YOU? It’s easy for American Christians to forget how Jesus said his followers would actually live, what their new lifestyle would actually look like. They would, he said, leave behind security, money, convenience, even family...

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