I've been a bibliophile for several years, mostly focusing on nonfiction. These
are books that I have, have read, and recommend.
The Chronicles of Narnia (in the order published, not the order they place them in now)
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
The Silver Chair
The Magician's Nephew
The Horse and His Boy
The Last Battle
The Space Trilogy (originally meant to be a collaboration with J.R.R. Tolkien)
Out of the Silent Planet
That Hideous Strength
The Problem of Pain
An exploration into human suffering
A Grief Observed
Lewis' thoughts as he grieved his decesed wife
The Four Loves
The four different kinds of love known to man: Affection, Friendship, Eros, and Agape
The Weight of Glory
Surprised by Joy
The autobiography of C.S. Lewis
Reflections on the Psalms
Till We Have Faces
A myth retold.
The Screwtape Letters
The legendary letters of a diabolical undersecretary to his apprentice
The Abolition of Man
An exploration into the end result of the modern education system
The Great Divorce
What if the damned could go to heaven if they wanted?
The basics of faith, suspending for a moment all the extras
A profound treatment of the supernatural in everyday life
They Asked for a Paper
Peter Kreeft - Between Heaven & Hell
What if three influential men died in the same day, and met while waiting for the afterlife?
Marv Hinten - God is not a Vending Machine
Gary Chapman - The Five Love Languages
If something is missing from your love life, it may be you are having trouble "speaking" and "hearing" love.
Max Lucado - Just Like Jesus
And inspirational look at what God really wants for you.
Steve Douglass - How to Get Better Grades and Have More Fun
Get the most out of college!
Chuck Swindoll - The Grace Awakening
We all believe in Grace. Here's how to live it
Larry Burkett - Nothing to Fear
How to keep cancer from beating you
John Eldridge - Wild at Heart
What it means to be a man
Dr. Kevin Leman - The Birth Order Connection
Building on his principles of Birth Order, this book helps one understand their spouse in the context of how they grew up.
Dr. James Dobson
Love for a Lifetime
A premarital counseling book focusing on how to make love last.
Love Must be Tough
To survive the things that go wrong in marriage, love has to be tough.
Life on the Edge
Dobson's self-declared "Life Work," for teenagers facing the world
The definition of Manliness, regardless of outside pressures
Dr. Paul Meier, Dr. Cheryl Meier - Unbreakable Bonds
A manual for someone in a crisis of loneliness
Dan Hayes - Fireseeds of Spiritual Awakening
Clifton Fadiman (ed.) - Fantasia Mathematica and The Mathematical Magpie
If you thought abstract math had no application in the real world, you're right.
And these books make us glad of that! Two compilations of various short stories,
poems, and ancient literature about pure mathematics.
Stephen Hawking - A Brief History of Time
The candid and accessable explication of what we know about the universe
Lawrence M. Krauss - The Physics of Star Trek
What we know today about the possibilities of tomorrow
Please email me with any questions, recommendations, or links.