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Discussion in 'Books / Publications Forum' started by following-Him, Jul 15, 2005.
Share with us what Christian books you are reading.
I have about 20 pages or so left in John Piper's "Don't Waste Your Life." Excellent read, making me think about some areas of life I've never really considered before. It just shows me once again that the things of God are always fresh and new. I've been saved for over 25 years and I'm still learning. Good stuff!
What happened to the old thread? Did it max out on time or number of posts? I'm not sure how "thread life" works on this board.
I just finished Deuteronomy and Romans. I am about to begin Joshua and 1 Corinthians.
"Fool's Gold" by John MacArthur and two others when ever they get here from Amazon.
Church History in Plain Language
by Bruce Shelley
Very readable; I may spend the next few months studying history and join the Baptistboard History forum
I just finished Lies Women Believe by Nancy Leigh DeMoss. I highly reccomend it for any of the females out there. But if you're more on the "secular" side of life, it will certainly step on your toes. It's a good eye opener about what women buy into as far as what they need for fulfillment, sense of self, etc..... And a great depiction of Adam and Eve in the garden, with most chapters starting out as an entry in what could have been Eve's diary. A Fabulous read!
A goldie oldie from Tim LaHaye "Are we living in the End Times" and 2 Peter in my bible.
Am reading on "Intimate Issues" and "Intimate Allies"
On C4K's behest, Habakkuk.
I read the Bible daily,that goes without saying.In addition at this time I am reading "The Case for Creation", by Lee Strobel.Also reading "Wilmingtons Guide to the Bible", by Dr. Harold Wilmington.
What are your impressions of Lee Strobel? I am thinking of buying the book, but I thought I might get some insight before I made the purchase. Thanks in advance.
I have read both "The Case for Christ" and "The Case for Creation" and enjoyed them. They are interviews Strobel had with various scientists and archaeologists proving from a scientific and archaeological point of view that Jesus really was Christ, and that He created the universe.
I am currently reading "No Place for Truth or Whatever Happened to Evangelical Theology?" by David Wells. Excellent book!
I am currently reading, Real Worship...Playground, Battleground or Holy Ground, 2nd Edition, by
Warren W. Wiersbe, published by Family Christian Press. The book was published under special arrangement with Baker Book House Company. This book was copyrighted 2000 by the author.
I read it at times while on vacation or while waiting at the doctor's office. It is my practice to mark or write in the margins as I read it.
I am still reading it.
Thanks for reading, mr. messy.
Vacation times coming up in a week.
It's time to stock up a collection for my time off! This group should get me half way through at least.
Augustine, A New Biography by James J. O'Donnell
Understanding and Applying the Bible by Robertson McQuilkin
Origins of Life, Biblical and Evolutionary Models face off by Fazale Rana & Hugh Ross
"The Vanishing Conscience " by John MacArthur .
" the Purpsose Driven Life" By Rick Warren
Currently reading 2 Timothy, This Present Darkness (for like the gazillionth time), and "A Cry In The Wilderness," a collection of teachings by the late Keith Green.
I am currently reading "The Scandal of the Evangelical Conscience" by Ronald Sider. Excellent book! Very convicting! This is a book I would recommend to all Christians.
Moved on from "Are we living in the end times" to Ashamed of the Gospel , by John MacArthur. He's a wonderful arthur, good stuff!
Every Young Women's Battel
The Pilgrim's Progress by John Bunyan. Anyone else reading it?