Books Read in 2014

  1. The Crossing by Cormac McCarthy
  2. Cities of the Plain by Cormac McCarthy
  3. The Sunset Limited by Cormac McCarthy
  4. The Walking Dead Compendium One by Robert Kirkman
  5. The Walking Dead Compendium Two by Robert Kirkman
  6. Hyperbole and a Half by Allie Brosh
  7. Love Wins by Rob Bell
  8. What We Talk About When We Talk About God by Rob Bell
  9. Traveling Mercies by Anne Lamott
  10. Silence by Shusako Endo
  11. Letters From a Skeptic by Greg Boyd
  12. The Myth of Christian Nation by Greg Boyd
  13. Jesus Feminist by Sarah Bessey
  14. When Will My Life Not Suck by Ramon Presson
  15. The Sacredness of Questioning Everything by David Dark
  16. Into The Wild by Jon Krakauer
  17. The Pilgrimage by Paulo Coelho
  18. On the Road with the Archangel by Frederick Buechner
  19. Why I’m an Atheist Who Believes in God by Frank Shaeffer
  20. A Generous Orthodoxy by Brian McLaren
  21. Last Days by Adam Nevill
  22. The Idolatry of God by Peter Rollins
  23. Mindfulness Made Simple by Calistoga Press
  24. Our Great Big American God by Matthew Paul Turner
  25. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K. Rowling
  26. The Gunslinger by Stephen King
  27. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J.K. Rowling
  28. The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins
  29. The Rosary by Garry Willis
  30. Primus Over the Electric Grapevine by Greg Prato
  31. Chasing Francis by Ian Morgan Cron
  32. Sabbaths by Wendell Berry
  33. Living Buddha, Living Christ by Thich Nhat Hahn
  34. Pax Intrantibus by Frederick Smock
  35. The Inferno by Dante (Translated by Robert and Jean Hollander)
  36. The Ritual by Adam Nevill
  37. A Cry Like a Bell by Madeleine L’Engle
  38. Leaving Church by Barbara Brown Taylor
  39. The ZimZum of Love by Rob and Kristen Bell
  40. The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
  41. Gabriel by Edward Hirsch
  42. Faith Shift by Kathy Escobar
  43. Maus Part One by Art Spiegelman
  44. Punk Rock Jesus by Sean Murphy
  45. A People’s History of the United States of America by Howard Zinn
  46. The Bible Tells Me So: Why Defending Scripture Has Made Us Unable To Read It by Peter Enns