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  • #16
    I am, like another on here is, reading several books simultaneously:

    1. Handbook of Christian Apologetics by Peter Kreeft and Ronald Tacelli
    2. No Excuses! by Brian Tracy
    3. The Bible, cover to cover like a novel
    4. Always "Morning & Evening" by C.H. Spurgeon

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    • #17
      1. The Twilight of Atheism by Alister McGrath

      2. The Resurrection of Jesus by Michael R. Licona

      3. The Mystery of the Last Supper by Colin J. Humphreys

      4. Heresy by Alister McGrath

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      • #18
        i have been reading the case for christ by lee stobel. its a good starter point into apologetics for someone with little exposure like me.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by starnes2013 View Post
          i have been reading the case for christ by lee stobel. its a good starter point into apologetics for someone with little exposure like me.
          full title the case for christ: a journalists personal investigation.( I forgot that he wrote several books of the same format)

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          • #20
            I just ordered Licona's book on the Resurrection and also ordered his mentors book The Case for the Resurrection by Habernas.
            Originally posted by Scott the Scot View Post
            1. The Twilight of Atheism by Alister McGrath

            2. The Resurrection of Jesus by Michael R. Licona

            3. The Mystery of the Last Supper by Colin J. Humphreys

            4. Heresy by Alister McGrath
            His true identity as both Lord (κύριος used by the LXX to translate Yahweh) and God (θεός used by the LXX to translate Elohim)netbible John 20:28[In John's writings] Of the approximately 70 instances in which ουτος has a personal referent, as many as 44 of them (almost 2/3) refer to the Son. Of the remainder most imply some sort of positive connection with the Son.What is most significant is that NEVER is the Father the referent. 1 John 5:20, Wallace

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            • #21
              Putting Jesus In His Place by Rob Bowman Jr and J. Ed Komoszewski.
              Breeze ><>

              Saved by Grace...Kept by Grace...and one day I'll be delivered by Grace!

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Jude1:3 View Post
                I'm currently reading, "Christian History Made Easy" by : Timothy Paul Jones, PhD.


                You have to be a super member to post pictures right ? Maybe I'll become a super member so I can post a picture of this book.
                Amos and 'Great Cloud of Witnesses' by E.W. Bullinger.
                The first thing a preacher needs to learn how to do is preach Jesus Christ and him crucified!!

                Now, if you can get that down then you can go on. Don't try to get mysterious too soon!!
                Let the mysteries go! Just preach Christ Jesus and him crucified.

                Unto the Jews a stumbling block... we don't want that!!
                Unto the Greeks foolishness, but unto those that are called... that's a good sign that you are called.

                You can preach Christ Jesus and him crucified!

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                • #23
                  Bible constantly with different translations all over the house. They will soon be joined by a copy of the Koran I'm borrowing from library Felt it was important to to least read the thing if I want to respond with some understanding to the unusual amount of people around me that want to talk about it.

                  I also read Mathew Henry commentaries. I'm also going slowly through "Spiritual Avalanche"by Steve Hill.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Anita View Post
                    Bible constantly with different translations all over the house. They will soon be joined by a copy of the Koran I'm borrowing from library Felt it was important to to least read the thing if I want to respond with some understanding to the unusual amount of people around me that want to talk about it.

                    I also read Mathew Henry commentaries. I'm also going slowly through "Spiritual Avalanche"by Steve Hill.
                    I read portions of the Koran before. In summary it teaches that if you want God to like you, do such and such.
                    The first thing a preacher needs to learn how to do is preach Jesus Christ and him crucified!!

                    Now, if you can get that down then you can go on. Don't try to get mysterious too soon!!
                    Let the mysteries go! Just preach Christ Jesus and him crucified.

                    Unto the Jews a stumbling block... we don't want that!!
                    Unto the Greeks foolishness, but unto those that are called... that's a good sign that you are called.

                    You can preach Christ Jesus and him crucified!

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                    • #25
                      A great book, one of my favorites !!
                      Originally posted by Breeze View Post
                      Putting Jesus In His Place by Rob Bowman Jr and J. Ed Komoszewski.
                      His true identity as both Lord (κύριος used by the LXX to translate Yahweh) and God (θεός used by the LXX to translate Elohim)netbible John 20:28[In John's writings] Of the approximately 70 instances in which ουτος has a personal referent, as many as 44 of them (almost 2/3) refer to the Son. Of the remainder most imply some sort of positive connection with the Son.What is most significant is that NEVER is the Father the referent. 1 John 5:20, Wallace

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                      • #26
                        The Glory of Heaven by John MacArthur
                        One Perfect Life by John MacArthur
                        Improving your serve by Chuck Swindoll

                        One Perfect Life is a great book. Glory of Heaven is okay. Some chapters are realllllly good but he kind of rails against other books a little too much. He isnt speaking falsely but when I feel he's made strong rebukes using truth, which are adequate enough, he keeps going.... .. 'One Perfect Life' should be in everyone's library. No joke.

                        Swindoll's book is great. I appreciate his honesty, its funny and I will be reading his book 'Christian Life' after Im done with MacArthur's. I like to read several books in the same time period..
                        Last edited by Charlie; 06-16-13, 03:58 AM.
                        Sometimes people want a complex answer to the hard questions to satisfy intellectuality. Jesus is Lord is the simple, beautiful truth.

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                        • #27
                          Exodus.

                          For a while I enjoyed sci-fi, and fantasy books but OT KJV in the Bible are not only infinitely more epic but truth!

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                          • #28
                            So hard for me to keep up with good Christian books, since Scripture has been so time consuming these days.

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                            • #29
                              So hard for me to keep up with good Christian books, since Scripture has been so time consuming these days.

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                              • #30
                                2 of my favorite modern authors and I have a library full of their books. Great choices ! !!
                                Originally posted by Charlie View Post
                                The Glory of Heaven by John MacArthur
                                One Perfect Life by John MacArthur
                                Improving your serve by Chuck Swindoll

                                One Perfect Life is a great book. Glory of Heaven is okay. Some chapters are realllllly good but he kind of rails against other books a little too much. He isnt speaking falsely but when I feel he's made strong rebukes using truth, which are adequate enough, he keeps going.... .. 'One Perfect Life' should be in everyone's library. No joke.

                                Swindoll's book is great. I appreciate his honesty, its funny and I will be reading his book 'Christian Life' after Im done with MacArthur's. I like to read several books in the same time period..
                                His true identity as both Lord (κύριος used by the LXX to translate Yahweh) and God (θεός used by the LXX to translate Elohim)netbible John 20:28[In John's writings] Of the approximately 70 instances in which ουτος has a personal referent, as many as 44 of them (almost 2/3) refer to the Son. Of the remainder most imply some sort of positive connection with the Son.What is most significant is that NEVER is the Father the referent. 1 John 5:20, Wallace

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