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Recommended books

Here some books available at the church library.


Jim Albright
Dangerous God.
God is probably not who you think He is. Sure, you have some concept of a supreme being – but is your god-notion, God? The one true God? The biblical God? The God who is?


Jim Albright
Everything Says Glory.Cutting-edge science has revealed that Darwinian evolutionary theory is dead. The postmortem is complete. Yes, of course, the God hypothesis is indispensable! Christian, we have the data! God is calling you to wield it! Read, Learn, Worship, Tell!


Cover_uncarefullives Jim Albright
Uncareful Lives.
It’s God’s invitation into the uncareful life – a life of courageous faith. Come, and see how awesome He is! Come, and see who you’re supposed to be!


desiring_god John Piper
Desiring God. Scripture reveals that the great business of life is to glorify God by enjoying Him forever. In this paradigm-shattering classic, John Piper reveals that the debate between duty and delight doesn’t truly exist: Delight is our duty. Readers will embark on a dramatically different and joyful experience of their faith.


mere_christianity C. S. Lewis
Mere Christianity. A forceful and accessible discussion of Christian belief that has become one of the most popular introductions to Christianity and one of the most popular of Lewis’s books. Uncovers common ground upon which all Christians can stand together.


shepherding_a_childs_heart Ted Tripp
Shepherding a Child’s HeartShepherding a Child’s Heart satisfies the hunger for fresh, biblical approaches to child rearing. It is about how to speak to the heart of your child. The things your child does and says flow from the heart. Luke 6:45 puts it this way, “…out of the overflow of the heart the mouth speaks.” Written for parents with children of any age, this insightful book provides perspectives and procedures for shepherding your child’s heart into the paths of life.


dont_waste_your_life John Piper
Don’t Waste Your LifeThis book is a passionate call for this generation to make their lives count for eternity. John Piper acknowledges that the risks for those who seek to accomplish something in life-risks in relationships for the sake of righteousness and authenticity, risks with money for the cause of the Gospel, and risks in witnessing to the truth and beauty of Christ. Readers will find their passion for the cross of Christ enlarged as a result of reading this book.


how_can_i_be_sure Donald S. Whitney
How Can I Be Sure I’m a Christian?By countering a broad range of doubts with a clear, scriptural basis for confidence, Whitney provides encouragement for believers and gentle warnings to those who base their confidence in themselves rather than in God. “If you have questions about your assurance or even somebody else’s, you should read this book. Dr. Whitney’s illustrations are superb, and his borrowings from the great theologians of the past are wise, stimulating, and well-chosen. I commend his work highly.”


the_reason_for_god Timothy Keller
The Reason for GodThe Reason for God by Timothy Keller is Christian apologetics at its best. Keller understands skepticism because he constantly interacts with unbelief in every guise in New York City, where he works. He plunges head on into issues such as, suffering, the Bible and science, Islamic terrorism, the exclusivity of the Christian religion, and so on. His answers are always fresh, often surprising, imaginative.