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1. C. S. Lewis: I've read most all of the actual books he wrote. I can't say that I have read every single essay and every single letter he wrote, at least not yet.
- Non-Fiction: Mere Christianity, The Problem of Pain, A Grief Observed, The Abolition of Man, The Weight of Glory, The Four Loves, Miracles, Surprised by Joy, An Experiment in Criticism, Studies in Words
- Fiction: The Chronicles of Narnia, The Space Trilogy, Til We Have Faces, The Screwtape Letters, The Great Divorce, The Pilgrim's Regress
N. T. Wright (7):
- What Saint Paul Really Said: Was Paul of Tarsus the Real Founder of Christianity?
- Paul for Everyone Galatians and Thessalonians
- Surprised by Hope: Rethinking Heaven, the Resurrection, and the Mission of the Church
- The Case for the Psalms: Why They Are Essential
- Surprised by Scripture: Engaging Contemporary Issues
- How God Became King: The Forgotten Story of the Gospels
- Simply Good News: Why the Gospel Is News and What Makes It Good
3. Robert E Webber (6): The Ancient-Future Faith Series, The Divine Embrace, Evangelicals on the Canterbury Trail, Listening to the Beliefs of Emerging Churches
4. Scot McKnight (6) A Community Called Atonement, Galatians, The King Jesus Gospel, Junia is Not Alone, The Blue Parakeet: Rethinking How You Read the Bible, A Long Faithfulness
5. J. K. Rowling (7): The Harry Potter Series
7. William Shakespeare (9+): All the classics I had to read between high school, college, and my MA in English program.
8. Laura Ingalls Wilder (9): The Little House on the Prairie books
10. Gertrude Chandler Warner: The Boxcar Children series
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