Burning Down 'The Shack' by James De Young

Recommended by Tim Challies.

A solid resource book which thoroughly refutes the faulty presuppositions of the bestelling novel.

Marks of the Messenger by J. Mack Stiles

Recommended by Mark Tubbs.

Stiles repackages the message that never grows old - the gospel and its implications - in a fresh and faithful way.

The Good News We Almost Forgot by Kevin DeYoung

Recommended by Tim Challies.

A roadmap to the Heidelberg Catechism, underscoring how important it is to believe what is true.

The Whole Counsel of God, Volume 1 by Richard Gamble

Recommended by Ian Clary.

A hefty and valuable contribution not only to Old Testament studies, but as a model of theologizing.

A Sweet and Bitter Providence by John Piper

Recommended by Bob Kellemen.

A short but Scripture-soaked exposition on the sweetness of God's sovereignty.

What Is the Gospel? by Greg Gilbert

Recommended by Leslie Wiggins.

A 128-page laser beam focused on that which is first importance for the Church and the Christian: the gospel of Jesus Christ.

The Prophetic Imagination by Walter Brueggemann

Recommended by Chad Vandervalk.

Despite a misplaced focus and an over-reliance on critical-historical method, this scholarly treatise speaks a prophetic word to the Church.

The Unquenchable Flame by Michael Reeves

Recommended by Tim Challies.

A straightforward and lively introduction to the Reformation.

Theological Terms in Layman Language by Martin Murphy

Recommended by Leslie Wiggins.

A concise but thorough guide to theological terminology.

Christology by Alan Spence

Recommended by Ian Clary.

A helpful, if slightly incomplete, introduction to the topic of Christology.