Reading 2017

A self-explanatory list, mostly an antidote to my own forgetfulness.  Most recent reads and views at the top. 
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Books

  1. The Half Has Never Been Told: Slavery and the Making of American Capitalism, Edward E. Baptist (2014).
  2. Reconstructing the Gospel: Finding Freedom from Slaveholder Religion, Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove (2018).
  3. The Theology of Paul the Apostle, James D. G. Dunn (2006).
  4. The Pietist Option, Christopher Gerhz and Mark Pattie III (2017).
  5. Race and Place, David P. Leong (2017).
  6. The Wisdom of Stability, Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove (2010).
  7. Shalom and the Community of Creation, Randy Woodley (2012).
  8. Jesus and the Victory of God, N.T. Wright (1994).
  9. Golden Hill, Francis Spufford (2017).
  10. Christ-Shaped Character, Helen Cepero (2014).
  11. We Were Eight Years in Power, Ta-Nehisi Coates (2017).
  12. The Tech-Wise Family, Andy Crouch (2017).
  13. H is for Hawk, Helen MacDonald (2016).
  14. As Kingfishers Catch Fire, Eugene Peterson (2017).
  15. On Tyranny, Timothy Snyder (2017).
  16. Trouble I’ve Seen, Drew G. I. Hart (2016).
  17. Jim Crow Nostalgia, Michelle R. Boyd (2008).
  18. Death Comes for the Archbishop, Willa Cather (1927).
  19. Gentrifier, John Joe Schlichtman; Jason Patch; Marc Lamont Hill (2017).
  20. The Shepherd’s Life, James Rebanks (2016).
  21. The Unsettling of America, Wendell Berry (1977)
  22. The Death of Race, Brian Bantum (2016).
  23. The Towers of Trebizond, Rose Macaulay (1956).
  24. Making the Second Ghetto, Arnold R. Hirsch (1998).
  25. The Color of Law, Richard Rothstein (2017).
  26. The Righteous Mind, Jonathan Haidt (2012).
  27. After the Affair, Janis Spring (1997).
  28. Torn, Justin Lee (2013).
  29. God and the Gay Christian, Matthew Vines (2014).
  30. The Long Loneliness, Dorothy Day (1952).
  31. Dorothy Day: The World Will Be Saved by Beauty, Kate Kennessy (2017).
  32. To Love Fasting: The Monastic Experience, Adalbert de Vogüé (1993).
  33. Fasting, Scot McKnight (2010).
  34. Known and Strange Things, Teju Cole (2016).
  35. We Gon’ Be Alright, Jeff Chang (2016).
  36. Sabbath as Resistance, Walter Brueggemann (2014).

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Films

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