I Love Reading
I love to read.Â I hope you do too.Â Reading keeps the mind active and the imagination fired up.Â Some recent books that I have been dipping into are the following:Â James White's provocative Pulpit Crimes:Â The Criminal Mishandling of God's Word which can be found here.Â Dr. White provides hard hitting commentary on common misuses of the Bible in the pulpit by ministers.Â This is a must read for ministers of the Word and is brought to us by the good folks at Solid Ground Christian Books in Alabama.Â I think you will find the selection of books at the SGCB website interesting and edifying too.Â Don Kistler's Northampton Press has also produced a lovely volume of Sermons on the Lord's Supper by Jonathan Edwards which can be found here.Â As with SGCB, I think you will find the offerings at the Northampton Press website very useful indeed.Â Our good friends at Crossway Books have recently published a collection of writings by D. A. Carson on the topic of Scripture entitled (surprise, surprise) Collected Writings on Scripture which can be found here.Â This collection includes essays and book reviews that have appeared in other places over the years and are now conveniently placed together in one place.Â I would also highly recommend F.A. Hayek's Road to Serfdom as an antidote to much of the contemporary fondness for collectivism (i.e., socialism) and planned economies.Â As you can see, there is no shortage of good books to read to keep our minds alert and feed the soul.
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