This summer has been one to remember for many reasons, but I particularly want to commend the books that I had the oppurtunity and privelege to read. I read 4 books this summer and would recommend each of and every one of them. I also took the liberty to review some of the books on Amazon. Here is the list:
John Calvin: A Heart for Devotion, Doctrine, and Doxology
19 of some of the most renown Reformed pastors and theologians contribute to one of the best books about the man John Calvin. A must read for those of the Reformed faith, but also for those who would like a concise look into Calvin’s life and theology.
Chosen for Life: The Case for Divine Election
Dr. Sam Storms takes hold of a difficult doctrine and made it easy to understand. This is one the best treatments of Divine Election I have ever come across. I wrote a brief review of the book on www.amazon.com
A Mind for God
James Emery White
This book was convicting and thought provoking, a great read for those who desire a cultural apologetic. I also wrote a review for this book at www.amazon.com
Freedom From The Tyranny of Urgent
This book could have been much shorter, but was quite helpful. A book that deals with time management can either be interesting or boring and this has elements of both. Hummel’s principles on time managment are worth checking out.