These books will be at *least* as important as the publication of Turretin’s Institutes in English in the past decade has been. Just as Hodge leaned heavily on Turretin, so Berkhof leaned heavily on Bavinck. The 4 volume set promises, however, to be far more comprehensive than Berkhof’s 1 volume ST, and I expect I will (once my wife lets me spend the money) be turning to Bavinck sooner than I will to Berkhof when I have a question on anything.
Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens; Justification, by John Fesko; The Wheel of Time, by Robert Jordan; Recovering the Reformed Confessions, by Scott Clark; Brief Outline of Theology, by Friedrich Schleiermacher; Principles of Sacred Theology, by Abraham Kuyper
Books I am now reading
Exodus commentaries; Matthew commentaries; Turretin's Institutes of Elenctic Theology; Baker's new history of the church
Books for future reading
Turretin's Institutes; Joseph Caryl on Job, German encyclopedias of theology