Books & Reading

This page is dedicated to the great books: the ones we keep close, that draw us back time and again. There is nothing that can provoke the imagination, deepen the mind or spark conversation as quickly as the great books. I hope you find some new favorites and perhaps recommend a few of your own.

updated: 3.8.12

Crème de la Crème

 The Glory of Christ by John Owen

 The Letters of Samuel Rutherford

 Memoir & Remains of Robert Murray M’Cheyne by Andrew Bonar

 Practical Religion by J.C. Ryle

 The Letters of John Newton

 A Puritan Theology by Joel Beeke & Mark Jones

 Knowing God by J.I. Packer

 Lectures to My Students by C.H. Spurgeon

 The Hidden Life of Prayer by David McIntyre

 Don’t Waste Your Life by John Piper

 The Christian in Complete Armour by William Gurnall

 Pilgrim’s Progress by John Bunyan

  Pensees by Blaise Pascal

 The Mortification of Sin by John Owen

 The Pleasures of God by John Piper

 Institutes of the Christian Religion by John Calvin

 The Prodigal God by Tim Keller

 The Bruised Reed by Richard Sibbes

  Morning and Evening by Charles H. Spurgeon

Till We Have Faces by C.S. Lewis

 Let the Nations Be Glad by John Piper

 The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis

A Quest for Godliness:The Puritan Vision of the Christian Life by JI Packer

 The Knowledge of the Holy by A.W. Tozer

 God in the Dock by C.S. Lewis

 The Heavenly Man by Brother Yun

 Spiritual Depression by Martyn Lloyd-Jones

 The Reformed Pastor by Richard Baxter


3 Responses to Books & Reading

  1. Pingback: Kevin DeYoung Hopes Real Books Never Die | Cultivating Epiphanies

  2. Emily says:

    Cool! I have “The Heavenly Man” and “The Christian in Complete Armour”. Have read “The Heavenly Man” all the way through and was in the same province & city in China just two years (I think) after he escaped from prison. Fascinating.
    Still haven’t finished the William Gurnall book yet, but from what I have read so far, I love how applicable his writings are to today (in light of the fact that he wrote them an eon ago!). Timeless.

  3. Hi, I thought you might like to use this on your web site, or for yourself. A free prayer book by Matthew Henry called ‘A Method for Prayer’ 1710 edition, with additional Bible helps. You can use the audio files for the book if you like.

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