1. Desiring God2. Bondage of the will3. one of my Edwards joints...4. E.E. Cummings: Selected Poems5. White Fluffy CloudsI have a bunch of other books but i have yet to read them. I'm reading one right now by Stein on hermenuetics but i've yet to Finnish (yes like the people group) it
Dang, this probably changes every week. But.."Total Truth" - Nancy Pearcey"Systematic Theology" - Grudem"Shadow of the Almighty""The Message of the Cross" -Derek Tidball"Acts" - Commentary by Polhill+1Praying in the Spirit - Bunyanim sure its the same way with all you guys, these are the books that have largely helped me in the past, say, semester. But for my life there are others plus these.The Gospel According to JesusDesiring GodThe Pursuit of HolinessLet the Nations be GladKnowing GodThe Journals of Jim ElliotVirkler and Stein's Hermeneutics books Preaching and Teaching from the Old Testament - KaiserHow to Read Slowly - SireThese have all had huge influence/impact on my life. Next time...lengthen your list requirement, Im terrible at these things.
1. Prayer of Jabez2. Left Behind3. Purpose Driven Church4. The Other Side of Calvinism5. Predestined for Hell? Absolutely Not!
gee thanks Jonathan. I'll rush out and buy those since I only have two in that list.
On my shelf? I dont have a large shelf but.....1. Systematic Theolgy - Grudem2. The greek reference in the KEy Word (if thats considered a book, if not then my Strong's concordance)3. Desiring God by The Piper4. Whatever happened to Gospel of Grace (Boice)5. Whatever happened to the Doctrinces of Grace? (Boice)But like I said, not a big shel yet so that makes up about half my books...... minus my Calvin Commentaries that shall arive tommorrow.
I guess you are asking for theological or Christian books. For example, my wife's cookbooks are invaluable as are my dictionary, thesaurus, and Georgia football media guides. Anyway, here they are.1. Let the Nations Be Glad - John Piper2. A Basic Guide to Interpreting the Bible - Robert Stein (this is actually on your shelf)3. Perspectives on a World Christian Movement - Various Authors4. The Bondage of the Will - Martin Luther5. Tell it Often, Tell it Well - McClosky
Limiting my response to non-fiction...I don't know if the following five are the most important theologically speaking, but God has used them in my life the most...Hudson Taylor's Spiritual Secret by LewisPerspectives on the World Christian Movement...various authorsMere Christianity by C.S LewisThrough Gates of Splendor by Elliottanything written by PiperOthers I have enjoyed/used a lot...The Excellent Wife by Martha PeaceGuests of the Sheik by Elizabeth FerneaBrittany's Family Recipes cookbookKent Hughes & Kurt Richardson's commentaries on the book of James
It's good to have some female participation on the Station. I guess I didn't realize what a male world I live in. Thanks for the input.***Disclaimer***Some of you who frequent the Station will recognize "anonymous" as a totally different person. Please do not mistake him for Brittany Oue. She is far more civilized. And even though Mr. Anonymous has more books than the rest of us put together, he will probably not take the time to give us a helpful list.Yeah - that's a challenge.
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