Reading in 2018

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. Liturgical Theology: The Church as Worshiping Community, Simon Chan (2006).
  2. Ancient-Future Worship, Robert Webber (2008).
  3. The Spirit of the Liturgy, Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger (2015).
  4. Impossible Owls, Brian Phillips (2018).
  5. The Year of Our Lord 1943, Alan Jacobs (2018).
  6. He Held Radical Light, Christian Wiman (2018).
  7. Black Elk The Life of an American Visionary, Joe Jackson (2016).
  8. The History of White People, Nell Irvin Painter (2011).
  9. Citizenship Papers, Wendell Berry (2003).
  10. The Man Who Was Thursday, G. K. Chesterton (1908).
  11. How (Not) to Be Secular, James K. A. Smith (2014).
  12. The Hidden Wound, Wendell Berry (1989).
  13. Better Living Through Criticism. A. O. Scott (2016).
  14. What Are We Doing Here? Marilynne Robinson (2018).
  15. A Spirituality of Fundraising, Henri Nouwen (2011).
  16. I’m Still Here, Austin Channing Brown (2018).
  17. Thinking in Indian: A John Mohawk Reader, ed. José Barreiro (2010).
  18. How to Think, Alan Jacobs (2017).
  19. The Little Book of Restorative Justice, Howard Zehr (2015).
  20. Demanding Freedom, Brandon O’Brien (2018).
  21. City of God, Augustine of Hippo (426).
  22. Dear White Christians, Jennifer Harvey (2014).
  23. Grant, Ron Chernow (2017).
  24. The Myth of Equality, Ken Wytsma (2017).
  25. Single, Gay, Christian, Gregory Coles (2017).
  26. How to Fix a Broken Record, Amena Brown (2017).