Current Reading List

I love to read and always seem to have a few books I’m juggling at one time.  I prefer reading books for knowledge rather than fun, but every now and then I’ll throw in a good fiction book for balance sake.  Here is a list of the books I’m currently tackling.

1.)  What Every Body Is Saying – Joe Navarro (Excellent book on body language and reading people…a topic of study for me which I would like to think has greatly improved my situational and emotional intelligence.)

2.)  The Revelation of Jesus Christ – Lynn Hiles (Lynn is a friend and fellow “grace guy”.  His book is presenting a pretty new (for me) understanding of the book of Revelation.  I’m still processing and doing a self study along with his book.  This will probably be one of those books I chew on for awhile. )

3.)  Robinson Crusoe – Daniel Defoe (Krissy and I have been reading R.C. for around a year now.  We read a few pages a week before falling asleep.  It’s a terribly awkward book (language wise) to read outloud, so I mostly make her read.  Good story overall and I’ve found it fascinating how much religion is discussed in the book.)

4.)  The Fantastic Inventions of Nikola Tesla – Nikola Tesla w/additional material from David Hatcher Childress (I may create a lab0ratory in my basement upon finishing this book.  Anyone seen the Prestige?)

5.)  Be the Pack Leader – Cesar Millan (With a new doberman, I can’t finish this one fast enough.)

6.)  Against the Protestant Gnostics – Philip J. Lee (Heavy read, but really insightful.  Amazed at how much gnostic thought has influenced and confused the church.)

7.)  The Hidden Messages in Water – Masaru Emoto (haven’t started yet)

8.)  Science and Human Transformation – William Tiller (This book is mostly over my head, but the topic intrigues me.  I’m a physics nerd trapped in a liberal arts mind, so topics likes, metaphysics, consciousness, and intentionality are right up my alley, especially when they point to God.)


  1. Allison Moore left a comment on March 28, 2012 at 12:46 pm

    thanks for the list. I’ve been wanting to read something about modern day gnosticism for quite along time, but didn’t know where to look…
    Allison, Grenada, MS

    • lucasmiles left a comment on May 7, 2012 at 2:05 am

      You’re welcome. What’s your interest in gnosticism? Just curious?

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