BOOK REVIEWS

TOP BOOKS IN 2011

NOTE TO SELF – Joe Thorn

Short and pithy chapters that go straight to the heart.

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HISTORICAL THEOLOGY – Gregg Allison

A sweeping narrative that informs and motivates budding students of historical theology.

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PILLARS OF GRACE – Steve Lawson

The long line of godly men continues …

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THE CHRISTIAN FAITH – Michael Horton

A systematic theology for pilgrims on the way.

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THE PASTOR AS SCHOLAR AND THE SCHOLAR AS PASTOR  – John Piper & D.A. Carson

The sleeper of 2011.  Every pastor should read this book.

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JOHN MACARTHUR: SERVANT OF THE WORD – Iain Murray

A portrait of faithfulness and courage.

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THE MIGHTY WEAKNESS OF JOHN KNOX – Douglas Bond

One of the pillars of church history.

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STEVE JOBS – Walter Isaacson

One of the most influential men of our generation.

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KILLING LINCOLN – Bill O’Reilly & Martin Dugard

A terrific historical primer – makes me proud to be an American.

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THE NEXT STORY – Tim Challies

Navigating the digital world.

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WHAT IS THE MISSION OF THE CHURCH? – Kevin DeYoung & Greg Gilbert

Terrific look at the mission of the church.

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