A Year of 100 Books

This page contains a running list of the books I have read as part of my “Year of 100 Books” project. You can find the parameters of the project, and my reason for undertaking it, in the original post.

The entries produced for the books I have read are not intended to be formal reviews but rather passing thoughts, impressions, or peripheral observations. While I don’t necessarily recommend everything on the list, I am not interested in dissuading anyone from reading the titles listed below either. There is, after all, some profit to be gained from reading bad books.

  1. Franceso Chiovara, C.SS.R., A Life of Blessed Gennaro Maria Sarnelli: Redemptorist (Liguori Publications 2003 (1996), 113pgs.)
  2. Jaroslav Pelikan, Confessor Between East and West: A Portrait of Ukrainian Cardinal Josyf Slipyj (Eeerdmans 1990, 249pgs.)
  3. Stephen Backhouse, Kierkegaard: A Single Life (Zondervan 2016, 301pgs.)
  4. Carl Schmitt, Political Theology: Four Chapters on the Concept of Sovereignty (University of Chicago Press 2005 (1922), 116pgs.)
  5. Carlos M.N. Eire, Reformations: The Early Modern World, 1450-1650 (Yale University Press 2016, 920pgs.)
  6. Daniel Bryan and Craig Tello, Yes: My Improbable Journey to the Main Event of WrestleMania (St. Martin’s Griffen 2015, 320pgs.)