I love to read.
I hate to read.
I don’t have time to read.
I only read Christian books.
I’m not good at reading.
There’s too much to read.
Chances are, you’ve thought or said one of these exact phrases before because reading is important and in many ways unavoidable. Learn how to better read, what to read, when to read, and why you should read with this helpful guide from accomplished reader Tony Reinke. Offered here is a theology for reading and practical suggestions for reading widely, reading well, and for making it all worthwhile.
Praise for Lit!
“It is hard to imagine a reader of this book who would not catch the spark for reading after encountering Reinke’s excitement about reading and his carefully reasond defense of it.”
—Leland Ryken, professor of English, Wheaton College
“The perfect book for someone who does or doesn’t like to read. A wise, theological, and edifying case for why words matter.”
—Andrew Peterson, singer/songwriter, Counting Stars
“If you need help to read books as both a discipline and delight—as in truth all of us do—then this is the book for you. Don’t miss it!”
—J. I. Packer, Board of Governor’s Professor of Theology, Regent College