I'm a homeschool grad who has recently finished off Bible college and is active in youth discipleship with our local ACTION Impact Mission, DRAMA Ministry (www.dramateam.org).
Alright Jared, you did this and I found it amusing so here are my "categories" -
- Reformed (Total Depravity, Unconditional Election, Limited Atonement, Irresistible Grace, Perseverance of the Saints, etc... you get the idea.)
- Progressive Dispensational
- Non-cessationist (in theory more than practice)
- Studied Greek and prefer the ESV (so not KJV only, though still partial to the version)
- Hold to:
... the five solas
... Presuppositional apologetics
... Nouthetic counseling
- Politically... disillusioned? Registered Republican, voted for Ron Paul.
Linux (Fedora) on my desktop.
Laptop - Linux (Pinguy/Ubuntu) and Windows (xp).
Current Paid Employment:
-Graphic Artist, King Mediaworks
Current Unpaid Employment:
-Director of Ministries, DRAMA Ministry
-Committee Chair, Short Term Missions Committee of the Evangelical Congregational Church
Here are the ones that make the "would read multiple times or already have" list: "Conformed to His Image, the Servant as His Lord" by Oswald Chambers, "The Release of the Spirit" by Watchman Nee, "Competent to Counsel" by Jay Adams and "Beyond the Basics" by Daniel Wallace.
New additions: "The Mortification of Sin" by John Owen and "No Man is an Island" by Thomas Merton.