General Interest

Mighty Judgment by Philip Slayton

Recommended by Mark Tubbs.

Enjoyably and informatively reveals the inner workings of the Supreme Court of Canada.

Silent Voices by Clive Anderson, Ann Sloane

Recommended by Mark Tubbs.

Simply but competently relates the maritime disaster of 100 years ago to contemporary life and faith.

Lit! by Tony Reinke

Recommended by Mark Tubbs.

An introductory-intermediate handbook on reading Christianly.

Travel Through the Houses of Parliament by Andrew Atherstone

Recommended by Mark Tubbs.

A travel guide written interestingly and ably by one well-versed in the history of the British parliament.

Becoming King by Troy Jackson

Recommended by John Bird.

A worthy and engaging attempt to place Martin Luther King Jr. in accurate historical context.

God's Almost Chosen Peoples by George C. Rable

Recommended by John Bird.

An accessible study of Christian life and ministry during and after the American Civil War.

Why Wish You a Merry Christmas? by Nick Baines

Recommended by Mark Tubbs.

An Anglican bishop braves the ire of the anything-goes-at-Christmastime crowd, insisting on the centrality of the Christ-event.

Handel's Messiah by Calvin R. Stapert

Recommended by Tim Challies.

An guide for the average Christian to better appreciate Handel's masterpiece.

In a Heartbeat by Leigh Anne & Sean Tuohy, Sally Jenkins

Recommended by Leslie Wiggins.

A feel-good, pay-it-forward kind of book that leaves a bit of an after-taste.

At Home by Bill Bryson

Recommended by Tim Challies.

An enjoyable, artful, prolonged musing on the importance of home for the human being.