Cornelius Van Til: The Man and the Myth
The Trinity
The Clark-Van Til Controversy
The Incarnation
Webster's Blue-Backed Speller and New England Primer
The Scarlet Letter and Other Writings
Hell: Separate truth from fiction and get your toughest questions answered
A Christian Philosophy of Education
El Ingenioso Hidalgo Don Quijote De La Mancha
The Great Gatsby
Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave
Revolution in World Missions
The Longman Pocket Writer's Companion
Financial Peace Revisited
Paradise Lost
Holy Bible: Nelson's KJV/NKJV Parallel Bible with Center-Column References
A Short History of the Early Church
Secrets to Winning a Scholarship
The Elements of Style
The Truth Behind Hip Hop

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Book Reviews

The Language of God: A Scientist Presents Evidence for Belief
2 of 5 stars true
This was a very interesting book. Dr. Collins makes a valiant attempt at combining evolution and Christianity. He had me going for a while, but the two worldviews are diametrically opposed. Collins even mentions one of the main problems ...
When Sinners Say "I Do": Discovering the Power of the Gospel for Marriage
3 of 5 stars true
THE GOOD This book has some thoughtful research and excellent quotes from writers such as Charles Spurgeon, Thomas Watson, Matthew Henry, John Macarthur, Owen, Newton, Calvin, Edwards, and Wesley. It's also refreshing how this book exp...
1 of 5 stars true
I think this translation messed up Voltaire's style. I don't know French, but Voltaire is known for being a clever, witty writer. I didn't get that impression from reading this book.
What's the Difference?: Manhood and Womanhood Defined According to the Bible
2 of 5 stars true
I don't like Piper's emotional/irrational appeal for writing this book: [T]here is another way to commend the vision. A person also wants to know, Is the vision beautiful and satisfying and fulfilling?... Commending Biblical truth invo...
What Jesus Meant
1 of 5 stars true
It's not uncommon for learned scholars to be able to read the New Testament in its original language and still not have a clue as to what it teaches. Gary Wills is a classicist and historian who is proficient in Greek. He wrote this book...
The Great Compromise
1 of 5 stars true
Not what I expected. I thought it was going to analyze sin in depth and give biblical advice on how to master it. It's pretty superficial though. I'm now reading Macarthur's "Vanishing Conscience" and it is much better and more thorough ...