Recommended by Tim Challies.
The unofficial sequal to <em>Ashamed of the Gospel</em>, this book challenges the seeker-friendly, inoffensive gospel.
An interesting enough read but one that still managed to disappoint.
Horton dismantles the Christless Christianity that pervades American evangelicalism.
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.
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.
Fascinating, first-person accounts of life under slavery.
Recommended by Jacob Hantla.
A timely read in in light of today's economic crisis.
Recommended by Scott Lamb.
A testimony of gratitude for God's providence.
Recommended by Ian Clary.
Aptly shows that a consistent atheistic worldview must always be destructive.
This is Schaeffer at his best, wrestling with issues of Christian living.
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