Lessons on good reading habits

Recently in Christology class, Dr. Beeke was talking about the Gospel ministry, and how one application was to read good literature.

I thought it would be good to post some relevent lectures, interviews and other resources on reading good literature.

** Sovereign Grace Leadership Interview: The Pastor and His Reading w/ C.J. Mahaney, Jeff Purswell, and Joshua Harris

** And from their Leadership Conference:

1. Watch Your Reading: Developing Breadth and Depth in the Pastor’s Life and Ministry by Phil Sasser

2. Watch Your Bible Reading: Making Personal Application by David Powlison

** A Course of Readings in Reformed Systematic Theology by Sherman Isbell: Part I, Part 2

** Pastors – Studying and Reading by Ligon Duncan: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5, Part 6, Part 7

** Advice On Reading by Richard Baxter (1615-1691)

** On Bible Study and Book Reading (edited from Chapter 6 of Follow the Lamb by Horatius Bonar, 1861)

** Interview: Tony Reinke on Reading

-Abbey Library St. Gallen, Switzerland

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2 responses to this post.

  1. This is a really beautiful library! Is this how it really looks like or was it prettied up with Photoshop, I wonder?

    The wood work and ceiling look breath-taking. That would be an outstanding place to go and visit!!

    Thanks for posting the picture!

    Reply

  2. That is how it actually looks Edgar. If you do a search on my blog for libraries you will find a post where I link this site that has a ton of beautiful libraries.

    I have thought that I would like to go tour libraries some day.

    Reply

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