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My Top 20 Reads in 2008

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I was able to read a number of books this past year, so as we are ending the year, I thought I would pass on the top 20 books that I read in 2008. Because I read them in 2008 does not mean that these books came out in 2008. Some did, but most didn’t. There are a number of recent books as well as some older books. This list is not in any particular order. I didn’t really want to take the time to rank each of them, because I enjoyed each one of them quite a bit. I have written a review on many of them. If you want to see if I wrote a review, just type in the title over in my search box and see if it comes up. Then you can read the review.

If you have read any of these, let me know which ones were one of your favorites. If you have created a top 10 or top 20 list of reads this past year, let me know about it. I would love to check your list. So now on to the top 20 reads of 2008, in no particular order.

TOP 20 READS OF 2008
Urban Christianity and Global Order by Andrew Davey
The Church Between Gospel and Culture by Hunsberger and Van Gelder
Who’s Afraid of Postmoderism? by James K.A. Smith
Simply Christian by N.T. Wright
Organizational Culture and Leadership by Edgar Schein

A Theology of the Built Environment by Timothy Gorringe
The Forgotten Ways by Alan Hirsch
Leading with a Limp by Dan Allendar
Intuitive Leadership by Tim Keel
Signs of Emergence by Kester Brewin

The Starfish and the Spider by Brafman and Beckstorm
The Great Giveaway by David Fitch
Organic Community by Joseph Myers
The Selfless Way of Christ by Henri Nouwen
Managing Corporate Lifecylces by Ischak Adizes

Truth to Tell: The Gospel as Public Truth by Lesslie Newbigin
For the Nations by John Howard Yoder
Lifesigns – Intimacy, Fecundity and Ecstasy in Christian Perspective by Henri Nouwen
Pilgrim Heart by Darryl Tippens
Body Politics by John Howard Yoder

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