Books Read, 2018

2018

December

81. How to Debate Leftists and Destroy Them–Ben Shapiro. 2014/20 pages.
80. A History of Christianity, Vol. 1–Kurt Aland. 1984/350 pages.
79. Fools Rush in Where Monkeys Fear to Tread–Carl Truman. 2012/240 pages.
78. The Wealth of Nations–Adam Smith. 1776/596 pages.
77. Classical Education: The Movement Sweeping America–Veith & Phillips. 2001/144 pages.
76. The Art of Argument–Aaron Larsen. 2003/229 pages.
75.Classical Me, Classical Thee–Rebekah Merkle. 2017/114 pages.
74. Living Walden Two–Hilke Kuhlman. 2005/264 pages.
73.Why Christians Can't Trust Psychology–Ed Bulkley. 1993/368 pages.
72.Walden Two–B.F. Skinner. 1948/301 pages.
71. The Amazing Dr. Ransom's Bestiary of Adorable Fallacies–N.D. & Douglas Wilson. 2015/320 pages.

November

70. Can Man Live Without God–Ravi Zacharias. 1994/240 pages
69. Abraham's Four Seeds–John G. Reisinger. 1998/151 pages
68. All Truth Is God's Truth–Arthur F. Holmes. 1977/208 pages
67. The Abolition of Man–C.S. Lewis. 1943/128 pages
66. The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism–Max Weber. 1904/464 pages
65. Idols For Destruction–Herbert Schlossberg. 1983/366 pages
64. Flags Out Front–Douglas Wilson. 2017/208 pages
63. Civil Rights: Rhetoric or Reality?–Thomas Sowell. 1984/164 pages
62. The Message of Ecclesiastes–Derek Kidner. 1976/110 pages

October

61. With Good Reason–S. Morris Engel. 1976/317 pages.
60. Respectable Sins–Jerry Bridges. 2007/190 pages.
59. The Code of the Woosters–P.G. Wodehouse. 1938/286 pages.
58. Logic–Gordon H. Clark. 1985/160 pages.

September

57. The Messianic Character of American Education–R.J. Rushdoony. 1963/410 pages.
56. Repairing the Ruins–Ed. Douglas Wilson. 1996/269 pages.
55. Money Management Skills–Michael Finke. 2014. Audio Lectures.

August

54. What is the Relationship Between Church and State?–R.C. Sproul. 2014/56 pages.
53. The Case for Classical Education–Douglas Wilson. 2002/256 pages.
52. Black Rednecks and White Liberals–Thomas Sowell. 2005/372 pages.
51. At Home: A Short History of Private Life–Bill Bryson. 2010/497 pages.
50. Recovering the Lost Tools of Learning–Douglas Wilson. 1991/215 pages.
49. The Lost Tools of Learning/Mind of the Maker–Dorothy Sayers. 1947/180 pages.
48. Foundations of Economics: A Christian View–Shawn Ritenour. 2010/614 pages

July

47. European Brain Snakes: Postmodernism as a Species–Douglas Wilson. 2015/86 pages
46. The Civil War–Harry Hanson. 1961/672 pages.
45. The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Civil War–H.W. Crocker III. 2008/370 pages.
44. Foundations and Trends: Minimum Wages and Employment–David Neumark. 2007/150 pages.
43. The Global Public Square–Oz Guinness. 2006/240 pages.



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