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Years ago I began a practice of outlining books or articles that were significant enough that I wanted to be able to retain as much of the information as possible. For example, I will start reading with a pen in hand, underlining as I go. Once I finish a chapter, I open my wordprocessor and put together a detailed outline of what I read. The outline generally will include annotations, direct quotations, and my comments. Then I go on to read the next chapter, outlining each one until I'm finished. When I'm done with a book I might have as many as 50 pages of notes on it. This exercise helps me retain what I have read. I also can go back at a later date and review my notes to refresh my memory of what I have studied. Interested readers can peruse my notes as a digest and review.


 

Date Finished

Title of Book or Article

Author

Link to PDF

03/2015

The Lost World of Genesis One: Ancient Cosmology and the Origins Debate
(Book published by IVP Academic, 2009)

John Walton

11/2013

Born Crucified
(Book published by Moody Press, 1945)

L.E. Maxwell

03/2012

Love Wins
(Book published by Harper One, 2011)
Not an endorsement of this book.

Rob Bell

09/2011

Baptism: Archeological, Historical, Biblical
(Book published by Joshua Press, 2004)

F.M. Buhler

10/2010

The Almost Christian Discovered
(Book published by Soli Deo Gloria, 1995)

Matthew Mead

08/2009

Justified by Faith, Judged According to Works:
Another Look at a Pauline Paradox
(Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, June 2009, pages 223-39)

Dane Ortlund

03/2009

Return to Rome: Confessions of an Evangelical Catholic
(Book published by Brazos Press, 2009)

Beckwith

01/2009

Getting the Gospel Right:
Assessing the Reformation and the New Perspective on Paul
(Book published by Banner of Truth Trust, 2006)

Cornelis P. Venema

12/2008

Essay 12 - Did I Really Leave the Holy Catholic Church?
The Journey into Evangelical Faith and Experience

(Pages 268-293 in the Book Roman Catholicism)

William Webster

12/2008

The Attractions of the New Perspective on Paul
(25 Page Transcript of a paper given in Jackson, Mississippi and Glasgow, Scotland)

J. Ligon Duncan

12/2008

Upon This Slipper Rock - Countering Roman Catholic Claims to Authority
(Book published by Calvary Press, 2002)

Eric Svendson

03/2008

Calvinism, Hyper-Calvinism and Arminianism
(Book published by The Nicene Council)

Ken Talbot and
Gary Crampton

12/2007

God and Evil - The Problem Solved
(Book published by The Trinity Foundation)

Gordon Clark

11/2006

How Shall We Then Live?
(Book)

Francis Schaeffer


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