Puritan Board Freshman
I would add ‘The christians Daily Walk’ by Henry Scudder and include Bunyan’s Pilgrims Progress plus Calvin’s Institutes.
This is a helpful way to think about this, thank you!As I am new(ish) to Reformed Theology, I can't give many specific titles, but as I've been thinking about this topic, I've come up with categories. This may or may not be helpful as it is vague
1) Systematic theology (ex. Berkhof, Dabney, Hodge, Calvin, VanMastricht) or Biblical Theology (ex. Vos, Beale, Morales)-- This depends quite heavily on your niche and what is most beneficial to your immediate context
2) Practical theology: Puritan (ex. Bruised Reed, Godly Man's Picture, A Body of Divinity) or other Reformed figure before 19th century (ex. Calvin's Little Book)
3) Classic Fiction (ex. Chaucer, Dante, Bunyan, Percy, Vergil)
4) Philosophy (ex. Plato, Aristotle, Nietzche, Hume, Descartes)
5) Biography (your favorite theologian so that when you read him, you can appreciate the context and needs that he was adressing)
6) Your Confession and its related documents
Choose one work in each category and interact with the text itself then criticism (+ or —) of the text.
If only my Greek were good enoughEveryone who is able should read the Greek New Testament multiple times a year. A chapter at breakfast, lunch, and dinner will have one reading it four times in a year.