General Interest

Hard To Believe by John MacArthur

Recommended by Tim Challies.

The unofficial sequal to <em>Ashamed of the Gospel</em>, this book challenges the seeker-friendly, inoffensive gospel.

Three Cups of Tea by Greg Mortenson

Recommended by Tim Challies.

An interesting enough read but one that still managed to disappoint.

Christless Christianity by Michael Horton

Recommended by Tim Challies.

Horton dismantles the Christless Christianity that pervades American evangelicalism.

Resident Aliens by William Willimon, Stanley Hauerwas

Recommended by Trevin Wax.

a thought-provoking book that has increased my passion for the local church and the extraordinary nature of living an “ordinary” Christian life.

Radical Tories by Charles Taylor

Recommended by Mark Tubbs.

An engaging and insightful backstage-passes-only look at Canada’s 20th century conservative luminaries, with abundant relevance for today’s political scene in North America.

Prayin' to Be Set Free by Andrew Waters

Recommended by Trevin Wax.

Fascinating, first-person accounts of life under slavery.

Financial Shock by Mark Zandi

Recommended by Jacob Hantla.

A timely read in in light of today's economic crisis.

God in the Whirlwind by Tim Ellsworth

Recommended by Scott Lamb.

A testimony of gratitude for God's providence.

Is Christianity Good for the World? by Douglas Wilson, Christopher Hitchens

Recommended by Ian Clary.

Aptly shows that a consistent atheistic worldview must always be destructive.

Pollution and the Death of Man by Francis Schaeffer

Recommended by Tim Challies.

This is Schaeffer at his best, wrestling with issues of Christian living.