Recent Acquisitions

It’s been a while since I’ve updated the blog with books I have been/will be reading.  Here’s some of the books I’ve acquired in the past couple of months.

The Case for Christ by Lee Strobel (Lifeway had this on sale for $5.00 this past Saturday…I’ve actually wanted to read this book for a while.)

Unmasking the New Age by Douglas R. Groothuis (Another discounted book that appears useful.)

Sermons on the Lord’s Supper by Jonathan Edwards, edited by Don Kistler (Not cheap, but good quality, in content and appearance, and everyone needs to read Edwards’ sermons.  I plan on carrying this with me to Florida next week for Thanksgiving vacation reading.)

The Future of Justification by John Piper (Waiting for delivery…hopefully will arrive before I leave for Florida next Wednesday.)

Fausset’s Bible Dictionary by Andrew Robert Fausset (Good resource found at a Used Books Store.)

For Us and For our Salvation by Stephen Nichols (Done with this one…Awesome.)

What is a Healthy Church? by Mark Dever  (Read this one too…good stuff.)

The Backslider by Andrew Fuller (Gift from Steve.  Read it, loved it.)

Amazing Grace in the Life of William Wilberforce by John Piper (Gift from Steve.  Read it, ’twas fine.)

Abolition! by John Pollock (Gift.)

Missionary Triumph Over Slavery by Peter Masters (Gift.)

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  1. I liked Case for Christ, as it used language accessable to the layman. Don’t look for profound truths in there, it’s mostly core reasons for belief, but then, that was his intended audience.

    I liked Case for a Creator, too.

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