2009 Spring Reading List

Below is my reading schedule for this semester at SBTS, along with the date that each book is due.

January 28th    The English Reformation by A.G. Dickens

February 2nd     Baptist Ways by Bill Leonard
The Long Argument by Stephen Foster

February 4th     John Wyclif: Myth and Reality by G.R. Evans

February 9th    Richard Sibbes by Mark Dever

February 11th     The Life of Thomas More by Peter Ackroyd
18th Century Philosophy by Beck (1-150)

February 16th    The Baptists (vol. 2) by Tom Nettles
Godly Clergy by Tom Webster

February 18th    18th Century Philosophy by Beck (151-302)

February 23rd    A Piety Above the Common Standard by Anthony Chute
Saints and Strangers by Joseph Conforti

February 25th     William Tyndale by David Daniel
Pietists by Erb

March 2nd    400 Years of Baptist Theology by James Leo Garrett
The Prescisianist Strand by Theodore Bozeman

March 4th    John Wesley ed. by Outler (41-69; 121-33; 197-250-305; 425-91)

March 9th    Turning Points in Baptist History by Williams and Shurden
The Antinomian Controversy by David D. Hall

March 11th    The King’s Reformation: Henry VIII and the Remaking of the English Church

March 16th    John Winthrop by Francis Bremer

March 18th    The Boy King: Edward VI and the Protestant Reformation by Diarmaid MacCulloch
Schleiermacher

March 23rd    The Mathers by Robert Middlekauf

April 6th    The Puritan Mind (Parts 1 & 2) by Perry Miller

April 8th     Thomas Cranmer by Diarmaid MacCulloch
What is Christianity? by Adolf von Harnack

April 13th    The Puritan Mind (Parts 3 & 4) by Perry Miller

April 15th    The Later Reformation in England by Diarmaid MacCulloch
Evangelical Theology by Karl Barth

April 22nd   The Stripping of the Altars by Eamon Duffy
Vatican I  (photocopy) Documents of Vatican II, pp. 62-79; 350-423; 441-73; 564-590; 738-42; 750-63; 799-812; 863-902

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