General Interest

Alone with a Jihadist by Aaron D. Taylor

Recommended by Bob Kellemen.

Sure to be a controversial book on modern political theory (in particular "just war" theory) from a biblical perspective.

Blue Ice by Frank Ewert

Recommended by Chad Vandervalk.

A short story collection for anyone who appreciates hockey.

In the President's Secret Service by Ronald Kessler

Not recommended by Tim Challies.

More tabloid fodder than serious investigative reporting.

Atheist Delusions by David Bentley Hart

Not recommended by James Anderson.

An informative, entertaining, and ultimately unsatisfying response to the historical revisionism of the New Atheists.

The Housing Boom and Bust by Thomas Sowell

Recommended by Tim Challies.

A fantastic book (a must-read, even) that helps make sense of the times.

Signature in the Cell by Stephen Meyer

Recommended by Keith Mathison.

Easily among the top four landmark books on intelligent design.

Echoes from the Holocaust by Mira Ryczke Kimmelman

Recommended by Trevin Wax.

A warning about the evil bound up in the heart of man.

The Undercover Revolution by Iain Murray

Recommended by Mark Tubbs.

A brief but hearty defence of the Bible's truthfulness, albeit from a bad angle.

Secular Steeples by Conrad Ostwalt

Not recommended by Chad Vandervalk.

Despite some intriguing talking points, an unrewarding slog.

The Fall of the Evangelical Nation by Christine Wicker

Recommended by Trevin Wax.

Eerily accurate diagnosis of the ills of the Church in America.