Posted On July 30, 2013

What’s On Our Book Table at Church?

by | Jul 30, 2013 | Academic Work

I’ve been asked what’s on our book table at church (which is currently being updated!) so I thought this might be helpful for others as well.  Together, these books cost about $300 (1 copy each).  Note: I am the pastor of Wayside Presbyterian Church (PCA), so this list is (more or less) Presbyterian and Reformed:

  • Chosen by God – R. C. Sproul
  • The Holiness of God – R. C. Sproul
  • The Masculine Mandate – Richard Phillips
  • Sexual Detox – Tim Challies
  • From God to Us – Normal Geisler and William Nix
  • Family Shepherds – Voddie Baucham
  • How Jesus Runs the Church – Guy Prentiss Waters
  • A Summary of Christian Doctrine – Louis Berkhof
  • Jesus Among Other Gods – Ravi Zacharias
  • Coming to Grips with Genesis – Terry Mortenson and Thane Ury
  • Don’t Waste Your Life – John Piper
  • Desiring God – John Piper
  • The Gospel for Muslims – Thabiti Anyabwile
  • Know Your Bible – Barbour Publishing
  • The Treasure Principle – Randy Alcorn
  • Each for the Other – Bryan Chapell
  • The Case for Covenantal Infant Baptism – Gregg Strawbridge
  • By Design – Susan Hunt
  • Introducing Covenant Theology – Michael Horton
  • What is the Mission of the Church? – Kevin DeYoung and Greg Gilbert
  • On Being Presbyterian – Sean Michael Lucas
  • The Hole in Our Holiness – Kevin DeYoung
  • Given for You – Keith Mathison
  • How Long O Lord? – D. A. Carson
  • The Enemy Within – Kris Lundgaard
  • The Rule of Love – J. V. Fesko
  • Christ-Centered Worship – Bryan Chapell
  • Rebels Rescued – Brian Cosby
  • Suffering and Sovereignty – Brian Cosby
  • Giving Up Gimmicks – Brian Cosby
  • The Pilgrim’s Progress – John Bunyan
  • The Attributes of God – A. W. Pink
  • Westminster Confession of Faith & Catechisms

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