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HomeFree89
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 What Are You Reading?

I enjoy hearing(reading) what others are reading and then checking them out. Please share what you are reading.

At the moment, the following books are what I'm reading.

[i]Spiritual Authority[/i] by Watchman Nee

[i]The Problem of Pain[/i] by C.S. Lewis

[i]A Right Conception of Sin[/i] by Richard S. Taylor


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 2009/3/17 20:11Profile
InTheLight
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 Re: What Are You Reading?

[url=http://www.fileden.com/files/2007/2/2/727206/My%20Documents/clendennenschoolofchrist.zip]The School of Christ[/url] by B.H. Clendennen


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 2009/3/17 20:24Profile
PreachParsly
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Kneeling We Triumph (Book Two) by E.F & L Harvey

A Basic Guide to Interpreting the Bible by Robert H. Stein

The Penguin History of Latin America by Edwin Williamson


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 2009/3/17 20:28Profile
PreachParsly
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A Right Conception of Sin by Richard S. Taylor



Have you read his book God's Integrity and the Cross? I really enjoyed it.


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Some people do not like to hear much of repentance; but I think it is so necessary that if I should die in the pulpit, I would desire to die preaching repentance, and if out of the pulpit I would desire to die practicing it. - Matthew Henry

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 2009/3/17 20:29Profile
theopenlife
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Fun! I always seem to find some good books in these threads...

I read a few books in parallel. Some in the morning, some in the evening, and I try to be consistent. I find that I can read two books for 30 minutes each, with more concentration than one book for an hour.

I'm presently reading:

"Missionary Patriarch, the true story of John Patton." (Phenomenal. In some ways the most enriching missionary bio I have read.)

"Body of Divinity" by Thomas Watson (excellent and quotable, very warm-hearted expositions of theology. It has stood the test of time for about 350 years)

"Desiring God" by John Piper. (His theme is that true obedience and worship to God implies sincere enjoyment in God Himself, and all that He does. Therefore, God is most glorified in us when we are most satisfied in Him.)

"Morning and Evening" by Spurgeon (hands down, best daily devotional I have ever met.)

"Valley of Vision" compiled by Arthur Bennet (a collection of Puritan prayers taken from their journals or writings. It's a wonderful way to "listen in" and learn from their experience, to see their priorities and affections in prayer.)

"America, the Last Best Hope, Volume I" by William Bennet. (A history book. I think the title is silly. PS: Parsly, I guess I'm not the only one reading history. Yay!)


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 2009/3/17 20:37Profile
HomeFree89
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PreachParsly wrote:
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A Right Conception of Sin by Richard S. Taylor



Have you read his book God's Integrity and the Cross? I really enjoyed it.



No I haven't. Have you read his book, [i]The Disciplined Life[/i]? Very helpful!


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 2009/3/18 16:25Profile
HomeFree89
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I read a few books in parallel. Some in the morning, some in the evening, and I try to be consistent. I find that I can read two books for 30 minutes each, with more concentration than one book for an hour.



That's good to know. I'll have to try that. Thanks!


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 2009/3/18 16:27Profile
alan4jc
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I am reading.....

Minister of Mercy, The New Testament Deacon; by Alexander Strauch

The Acceptable Sacrafice by John Bunyan

Exodus by God :-)

 2009/3/18 16:48Profile
KingJimmy
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Charlotte, NC

 Re: What Are You Reading?

I'm presently finishing:

Case for Historic Premillennialism, A: An Alternative to "Left Behind" Eschatology

Edited by: Craig L. Blomberg, Sung Wook Chung

The book is a collection of essays that quite convincingly makes a case for a premillennial theology, especially of the posttribulational school of thought. It's rather technical, but good just the same.


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 2009/3/18 17:47Profile
TaylorOtwell
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I'm reading...

[i]Institutes of the Christian Religion[/i] - John Calvin
[i]Marrow of Theology[/i] - William Ames
[i]Commentary on 1st Corinthians[/i] - Leon Morris

Up next (Lord willing)...

[i]Manual of Christian Doctrine[/i] - Louis Berkhof
[i]The Art of Prophesying[/i] - William Perkins


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