Twenty Faith-Based Reads from 2013

One of the ways I’ve been able to study my faith and, in turn, draw closer to God is by reading faith-based books. I went on a bit of a reading frenzy in 2013 and thought I’d share the top twenty best faith-based reads I had over the year. (In alphabetical order by author)

Crazy Love: Overwhelmed by a Relentless God- Francis Chan. (3/5)

Kisses from Katie: A Story of Relentless Love and Redemption- Katie Davis (4/5)

Wild at Heart: Discovering the Secret of a Man’s Soul- John Eldredge (3/5)

Rome Sweet Home: Our Journey to Catholicism- Scott Hahn (4/5)

Answering Atheism: How to Make the Case for God with Logic and Charity- Trent Horn (4/5)

Confessions of a Mega-Church Pastor: How I Discovered the Hidden Treasures of the Catholic Church- Allen Hunt (4/5)

The Four Signs of a Dynamic Catholic: How Engaging 1% of Catholics could Change the World- Matthew Kelly (3/5)

The Seven Levels of Intimacy: The Art of Loving and the Joy of Being Loved- Matthew Kelly (5/5)

The Rhythm of Life: Living Every Day with Passion and Purpose (5/5)

Socrates Meets Jesus: History’s Greatest Questioner Confronts the Claims of Christ- Peter Kreeft (4/5)

Jacob’s Ladder: Ten Steps to Truth- Peter Kreeft (5/5)

Jesus and the Jewish Roots of the Eucharist: Unlocking the Secrets of the Last Supper- Brant Pitre (5/5)

Jesus of Nazareth: From the Baptism in the Jordan to the Transfiguration- Pope Benedict XVI (3/5)

Jesus Land: A Memoir- Julia Scheeres (3/5)

Life of Christ- Fulton Sheen (4/5)

The World’s First Love: Mary Mother of God- Fulton Sheen (4/5)

A Biblical Walk through the Mass: Understanding what we Say and Do in the Liturgy- Edward Sri (5/5)

A Simple Path- Mother Teresa (3/5)

Rebuilt: Awakening the Faithful, Reaching the Lost, and Making Church Matter- Michael White (3/5)

Back to the Basics: Rediscovering the Catholic Faith- Kevin Wojciechowski (3/5)

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