Nothing like this has ever been done before, to my knowledge. It is the first of a projected two-volume series that encapsulates original source work in apologetics. The first volume covers up through year 1500.
This is a good start for Christians to stop apologizing for the Gospel and start to apologetic the Gospel, and realize there is nothing wrong with defending what you hold dear head on rather than always worrying about offending “seekers”
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