Wednesday, July 7, 2010

My Greatest Influences: Democracy of the Dead

1. Charles Spurgeon
2. Thomas Chalmers
3. G.K. Chesterton
4. Abraham Kuyper
5. Arthur Quiller-Couch
6. Augustine of Hippo
7. Martin Bucer
8. Jan Amos Comenius
9. J.R.R. Tolkien
10. C.S. Lewis
11. John Calvin


Rob said...

no quibble with your choices (well, maybe the ranking!), but no Luther?

George Grant said...

Luther would be in my Top 25 but not in my Eleventary. Though he obviously launched the Reformation, he was only an "historical figure" to me until very late in my Christian walk. I never actually read any of his books until about 15 years ago.

Dorothy Marner said...


George Grant said...

Dorothy: Yes, Kuyper has been a tremendous influence--to the point that I am almost tempted to call myself a Kuyperian (if it didn't sound just a bit pretentious)!