I had a conversation the other day with Skye Jethani, at Leadership Journal, and J.R. Briggs, church planting in the Hatfield, PA, and this question was asked by J.R.:
Which books in the spiritual or Christian life written these days do you think will be read in 50 years?
How would you answer that question? What makes a book last? What makes a book timeless, or close to timeless? We read Mere Christianity and Pilgrim’s Progress and others, but what makes them stick?
Later today I’ll tell you the one book I think will be read in 50 years.