What We’re Reading This Summer (2015)

Ivan Mesa | June 3, 2015


Summertime is around the corner, which for some of us means we'll have a some extra time to read what we'd like or explore genres outside of our common literary diet. Albert Mohler shared some worthy titles for summer reading and then reminded us,

Reading is an individual act that, at its best, overflows into our relationships, conversations, and generous sharing. Good books make us think as we read and reflect. The best books make us think deeply, without the overwhelming sense that thinking is what we are doing.

Because of this, I asked my editorial colleagues at The Gospel Coalition to share what they'll be reading this summer. Maybe you'll be provoked to add one or two to your own list. Then share with us: what are you reading? 


Collin Hansen (Editorial Director)

Tony Reinke, Newton on the Christian Life (Crossway, 2015). What little I've read of John Newton has been greatly beneficial in my spiritual growth. I don't doubt Reinke will be an able guide as I dip deeper into the wells of insight from this amazing minister of grace.

John E. Miller, Small-Town Dreams: Stories of Midwestern Boys Who Shaped America (University Press of Kansas, 2014).  Professor Miller encouraged my interest in history…


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