Books from 2014

On January 1, 2015, in Books, Culture, History, Literature, Philosophy, Politics, Theology, by Derrick G. Jeter

BooksBooks are one of the joys of life. And though it might be a bit of hyperbole, I heartily agree with Thomas Jefferson: “I cannot live without books.” I haven’t always been a reader, but I’m so grateful that I discovered them as a young adult. Now I’m trying to catch up for all the years lost. The following list represents the books I read in 2014, in the order that I read them.

If you’d like to discover all the books I’ve read, am reading, and hope to read please visit my Goodreads page and send me a friend request—I’d like to know what you’re reading.

  1. The First Thanksgiving: What the Real Story Tells Us About Loving God and Learning from History, Robert Tracy McKenzie
  2. The Three Musketeers, Alexandre Dumas
  3. A Moveable Feast, Ernest Hemingway
  4. Sovereignty: God, State, and Self, Jean Bethke Elshtain
  5. The Blood of Heroes: The 13-Day Struggle for the Alamo—and the Sacrifice that Forged a Nation, James Donovan
  6. Angels: Who They Are and How They Help . . . What the Bible Reveals, David Jeremiah
  7. Angels: Elect and Evil, C. Fred Dickason
  8. Inventing Freedom: How the English-Speaking Peoples Made the Modern World, Daniel Hannan
  9. Sex, Economy, Freedom & Community, Wendell Berry
  10. The Last Kind Words Saloon, Larry McMurtry
  11. The Boarder Trilogy (All the Pretty Horses, The Crossing, Cities of the Plain), Cormic McCarthy
  12. Letters and Life: On Being a Writer, On Being a Christian, Bret Lott
  13. He Shall Be Called: 150 Names of Jesus and What They Mean to You, Robert J. Morgan
  14. All the Divine Names and Titles in the Bible, Herbert Lockyer
  15. The Person Called You: Why You’re Here, Why You matter & What You Should Do with Your Life, Bill Hendricks
  16. The Day the Cowboys Quit, Elmer Kelton
  17. Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption, Laura Hillenbrand [1]
  18. The Global Public Square: Religious Freedom and the Making of a World Safe for Diversity, Os Guinness
  19. Daily Rituals: How Artists Work, Mason Currey
  20. Poems, Robert Frost
  21. Founders’ Son: A Life of Abraham Lincoln, Richard Brookhiser [2]
  22. 1 & 2 Timothy, Titus, Swindoll’s New Testament Insights, Charles R. Swindoll
  23. The Letters to Timothy and Titus, The New International Commentary on the New Testament, Philip H. Towner
  24. 1 & 2 Timothy and Titus: To Guard the Deposit, R. Kent Hughes and Bryan Chapell
  25. The Message of 2 Timothy, The Bible Speaks Today, John R. W. Stott
  26. The Letters to Timothy, Titus, and Philemon, The New Daily Bible Study, William Barclay

[1] The best book I read all year.
[2] One of the best biographies of Abraham Lincoln I’ve read.

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