New York Times Bestsellers

Fearless by Eric Blehm

Recommended by Tim Challies.

The gripping story of a cocaine-addict-turned-Christian-warrior who lived his life in overdrive.

King's Cross by Timothy Keller

Recommended by Tim Challies.

Keller doing what Keller does best: expounds the old, old gospel story in fresh, interesting, and accessible ways.

Son of Hamas by Mossab Hassan Yousef, Ron Brackin

Recommended by Ian Clary.

The true story of a Muslim-turned-Christian who went from living inside Hamas to living beneath the Cross.

Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand

Recommended by Tim Challies.

An immediate bestseller, an accolade much deserved, about a story of truly amazing grace.

At Home by Bill Bryson

Recommended by Tim Challies.

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

God Is Not One by Stephen Prothero

Recommended by Trevin Wax.

An informative book that falls short of achieving the promise of its subtitle.

The Power by Rhonda Byrne

Not recommended by Tim Challies.

Much the same as Byrne's first book: claptrap.

Committed by Elizabeth Gilbert

Recommended by Tim Challies.

Read it to better understand why we cannot define marriage apart from God.

Money, Greed, and God by Jay Richards

Recommended by Tim Challies.

Capitalism itself is not the problem, says this author, and says so quite convincingly.

In the President's Secret Service by Ronald Kessler

Not recommended by Tim Challies.

More tabloid fodder than serious investigative reporting.