Recommended by Trevin Wax.
Investigate reporting that might repel some, but well worth the time and effort.
Not recommended by John Bird.
Bunyan's Christianity is sidelined throughout the book, resulting in an unbalanced portrait. A decent introduction to Bunyan's life, if not his God.
Recommended by John Bird.
The compelling biography of a Scottish preacher who lived close to the heart of God.
Recommended by Mark Tubbs.
Brings the poverty and scarcity of the Western hemisphere's poorest nation front and center. Warning: some shocking material.
Not recommended by Tim Challies.
An account of a selfish life lived for no one but the individual, ending in nothing more than a whimper.
Recommended by Leslie Wiggins.
A difficult-to-read but compelling true story of God's sovereign faithfulness.
Not recommended by Bob Kellemen.
For all his insights into the new atheism, Schaeffer's views on God, the Bible, Evangelicals, and salvation leave much to be desired.
Recommended by Bob Kellemen.
Sarah Palin’s fast-paced, well-written, personal account of her American life from her relative obscurity in Alaska to her meteoric rise as John McCain’s vice-presidential candidate.
A book of saints' lives written on the premise that "there is no essence of Christianity that is not clothed in history."
Recommended by Tim Challies.
Heart-rending account of a martyred missionary couple.
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