Here is my monthly round up of Books and Bibles I’ve read over the last 30-some days. As always, there will be a short description of the book followed by a clear statement on whether I would recommend it. This month I’m adding a portion of note-worthy articles I’ve read and enjoyed.
Books and Bibles
- Devotedly contains the personal letters of Jim and Elizabeth Elliot from the years 1948 to 1953. The book is written by their daughter Valerie Elliot Shepard. Recommended? Yes.
- A little Book for New Historians is a short and concise work focusing on the “how and why” when it comes to studying history. Recommended? Yes.
- Understanding Scientific Theories of Origins is a textbook covering scientific theories of origins in Christian perspective as well as dealing with some questions regarding the book of Genesis. Recommended? Yes.
- KJV Bride’s Bible is a gift Bible in white for Bride’s or new married couples. Recommended? Yes.
- New City Catechism is a solid catechism which teaches basics of the faith in a simple question and answer format. Recommended? Yes
- New City Catechism for kids is the same as the New City Catechism just more condensed. Recommended? Yes.
- Does God Experience Emotional Change? Immutability and Impassibility
- Do You Love Jesus, But Not the Church?
- A Matter of World Views
- May SSA Christians Have Non-Sexual Romantic Relationships?
- Pro-Life Crash Course
- What is New Covenant Theology?
Keep an eye out for up-coming reviews for books such as “Muhammad and Joseph Smith, Jr.: Spirit-Born Brothers,” NIV Starting Place Study Bible, “None Greater,” and “The Reformation and the Irrepressible Word of God.”