Posted On April 14, 2021

Recommended Reading April 2021 1

In this issue of Theology for Life Magazine, we’ve been considering the subject of biblical illiteracy. We understand that we haven’t covered everything on this topic, but it is our prayer that, hopefully, readers of this issue of Theology for Life will grow in their understanding of it so they can stand fast on the Word of God.

If you’ve found this issue helpful and would like to study this subject further, please check out the following reading list below. These books are at the top of their genre in both excellence and readability.Doctrine of Scripture:

  • Taking God at His Word by Kevin DeYoung
  • From the Mouth of God: Trusting, Reading, and Applying the Bible by Sinclair Ferguson
  • Scripture Alone: Exploring the Bible’s Accuracy, Authority and Authenticity by James White
  • Scripture Alone by R.C. Sproul

Discernment:

  • The Discipline of Spiritual Discernment by Tim Challies
  • Defining Deception by Costi Hinn and Anthony Wood

Guidance:

  • Can I Know God’s Will? By R.C. Sproul
  • God’s Will: Finding Guidance for Everyday Decisions by J.I. Packer and Carolyn Nystrom

Preaching:

  • Preaching and Preachers by D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones
  • Christ-Centered Preaching by Bryan Chapell
  • How to Preach Biblically by John Macarthur and the Master’s Seminary Faculty

Good Study Bibles:

  • English Standard Version (ESV) Study Bible
  • Reformation Study Bible
  • MacArthur Study Bible

I hope you’ll find these resources helpful as I have.

In Christ Alone,

Dave Jenkins

Executive Editor, Theology for Life Magazine

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