Notable Non-Fiction -- Philosophy and Religion

The Bible --- I prefer, because of the accurate and plentiful nature of the Byzantine originals, the King James.

Ten Philosophical Mistakes -- Mortimer Adler

The Devil's Delusion -- David Berlinski

The Closing of the American Mind -- Allen Bloom

The Culture of Disbelief -- Stephen Carter

In the Footsteps of the Messiah -- Arnold Fructenbaum

Getting the Gospel Wrong -- J.B. Hixon

The Ethical Brain -- Michael Gazzeninga

Mere Christianity, The Great Divorce -- C.S. Lewis

Getting the Gospel Right -- Tim Lahaye and C. Gordon Olson

The Case for Christ, The Case for Faith  -- Lee Strobel

Jesus Among Other Gods -- Ravi Zacharius

David and Goliath -- Malcolm Gladwell

Young, Restless, No Longer Reformed by Austin Fischer

Four Blood Moons by John Hagee

One Thousands Gifts by Ann Voskamp

 

Notable Non-fiction -- History and Economics 

Undaunted Courage -- Stephen E. Abrose

Barbarians at the Gate -- Bryon Burrough

Treason -- Ann Coulter

Hiroshima -- John Hersey

John Adams -- David McCullough

The Gulag Archipelago -- Alexander Solzhenitsyn

The Professor and the Madman -- Simon Winchester

Liberal Fascism -- Jonah Goldberg

The Road to Serfdom -- F.A. Hayek

Ameritopia -- Mark Levin

The Five-Thousand Year Leap -- W. Cleon Skousen