I’m jointly reading through some Christian Classics. Not a slavish type of quiet time reading that I did back in high school, but reading now with joy in the Gospel, knowing what I believe and why I believe it (the motto of the White Horse Inn broadcast).
First one is Martin Luther’s The Bondage of the Will
Next is Thomas Fisher’s with Thomas Boston notes, The Marrow of Modern Divinity
Third up is St. Augustine’s Confessions.
Fourth is the John Calvin’s Institutes of the Christian Religion: 1541 French Edition – The First English Edition
Fifth is Casper Olevian’s An Exposition of the Apostles Creed which will be delivered early March.