Most of March's reading was school related. Which is not to say it was all bad. But some of it was bad.
The God of Promise and the Life of Faith by Scott Hafemann - He admits in the preface that it took him 15 years to find a publisher for this manuscript. The rest of the book tells you why. (5)
Central Themes in Biblical Theology by Scott Hafemann - This book is like a brussel sprout. It might be good for you, but it sure isn't pleasant. (6)
Dynamics of Biblical Parallelism by Adele Berlin - This book achieves a rare balance. It is technically demanding and precise, but also exceedingly pleasant and well written. As she says on page 5, "The study of parallelism is fun!" (9)
The Challenge of Jesus by N.T. Wright - My one fun book of the month. Wright is quickly becoming my favorite theologian to read. (10)