A Reading List For 2015

January 7, 2015 — 1 Comment

booksGene Veith said, “One thing, however is certain: Reading can never die out among Christians. This is because the whole Christian revelation centers around a Book.” Serious reading is a lost discipline.  There is no shortage of distractions to keep us from reading.  We can tweet, text, and email away our lives without giving any time to God and His Word or cultivating the discipline of reading good books.  Thoreau said, “Read the best books first or you may not have a chance to read them at all.”  The books on my 2015 reading list may not be the best books, but they are good books and I they will be a blessing to you.



A Summary of Christian Doctrine – Louis Berkhof

The Cross of Christ – John R.W. Stott

Recovering a Covenantal Heritage: Essays in Baptist Covenant Theology – Richard C. Barcellos

Contemplations on the Historical Passages of the Old and New Testaments – Joseph Hall


Living By Revealed Truth:  The Life and Pastoral Theology of Charles Haddon Spurgeon

41: A Portrait of My Father – George W. Bush

Thomas Cromwell: The Untold Story of Henry VIII’s Most Faithful Servant – Tracy Borman


The Christian Mind: How should a Christian think? – Harry Blamires

Christ and Culture – H. Richard Niebuhr


The Christian Ministry – Charles Bridges


The Mortification of Sin – John Owen

The Gospel for The People: Sixty Short Sermons for Personal, Family, or Corporate Worship – Charles H. Spurgeon


A Modern Exposition of the 1689 Confession of Faith – Sam Waldron


The Gospel Call & True Conversion – Paul Washer


Ken Fryer

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I currently serve on the staff of Riverside Baptist Church in Denham Springs, Louisiana and serve on the faculty of Sequitur Classical Academy in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

One response to A Reading List For 2015

  1. Almost halfway through living by revealed truth, can hardly put it down!! And Waldrons commentary on the 1689, is on the way just ordered this week! I’m trying to make myself read, since it hasn’t always been a favorite thing for me, but I’m taking some classes through Founders Ministries and having to read a lot!! Will consider some of your other recommendations. God bless.

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