1. Grand Central Question by Abdu H. Murray2. The God Who Justifies by James R. White3. Everyday Prayers by Scotty Smith4. The Dawkins Letters - Challenging Atheist Myths by David Roberson5. Strange Fire by John MacArthur6. The Most Encouraging Book on Hell Ever by Thor Ramsey7. Think by John Piper8. Tactics by Greg Koukl9. Proof by Daniel Montgomery and Timothy Paul Jones10. The Gospel According to Job by Mike Mason
Those are some good books!
It's not a question.
I know...but you have to ask yourself one after you read the statement.
1, Made for More - Hannah Anderson2. Are Women Human? - Dorothy L. Sayers3. Through His Eyes - Jerram Barrs4. Being Logical: A Guide to Good Thinking - D.Q. McInerny5. Is It My Fault? - Justin and Lindsey Holcomb6. Women Caught in the Conflict - Rebecca Groothuis7. Gospel and Kingdom - Graeme Goldsworthy8. More Than Serving Tea - Various9. Singled Out - Christine Colon & Bonnie Field10. Second Forgetting: Remembering the Power of the Gospel During Alzheimer's Disease - Benjamin Mast
At this moment EVERYDAY PRAYERS by Scotty Smith is FREE on Kindle.http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005GMYADU/
The Fallacy Detective by Nathaniel Bluedorn and Hans BluedornTwelve Ordinary Men by John MacArthurLloyd-Jones - Messenger of Grace by Iain H. MurrayAn Examination of the Alleged Discrepancies in the Bible by John HaleyA Shepherd Looks at Psalm 23 by Phillip Keller
I mostly read for entertainment this year. So apart from bits of "Productive Christians In An Age Of Guilt Manipulators" I only read the Bible.
Was that published by Moody Press?
"Productive ..." was:Published byThe Institute for Christian Economics,P.O. Box 8000, Tyler, Texas 75711