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1. C. S. Lewis - Yes, I know he is no longer with us on earth, but occasionally new bits come to light (pun intended, only serious Lewis nerds will get it though).
2. N. T. Wright - talk about a prolific writer. I still have quite a bit to read by Wright!
3. Scot McKnight - I think I've read most of his books to date and benefited from each of them. I highly recommend Junia is Not Alone.
4. Peter Enns - I've read all three of his books aimed at "normal people" and plan to re-read them in the (hopefully) near future.
5. Greg Boyd - I've read several of Boyd's books, but I still need to get through some of his longer texts (God at War: The Bible & Spiritual Conflict and Satan and the Problem of Evil: Constructing a Trinitarian Warfare Theodicy)
Rachel Held Evans - I love all three of her books and look forward to reading future ones from RHE.
7. Sarah Bessey - I loved Jesus Feminist and I'm looking forward to Out of Sorts! (I already pre-ordered it!)
8. Charlie W. Starr - My English professor from college, I love King Lesserlight's Crown: A Children's Story for Grownups, Too and of course Light: C. S. Lewis's First and Final Short Story
9. Brennan Manning - I love everything I have read by Brennan. His writing exudes the grace and love of God.
10. Barbara Brown Taylor - I've also been so encouraged by the books I've read by her, especially An Altar in the World
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