It’s that time of year . . . time to reflect on the books I read during 2011. Overall I read forty-eight books (that includes a handful I read only snippets from). Of those, twenty were fiction, and eight were school textbooks. Of the books I read this year, I loved fifteen of them and strongly disliked five of them; the rest were somewhere in between. It was a good year in books. Here are the top six best nonfiction books I read in 2011.
- Saving Leonardo by Nancy Pearcey
- The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin
- The Reason for God by Timothy Keller
- The Discipline of Spiritual Discernment by Tim Challies
- The Lost Virtue of Happines by J. P. Moreland and Klaus Issler
- Unplanned by Abby Johnson