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The Book of Basketball by Bill Simmons
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Really interesting stuff with lots of sleezy elements.
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Replant by Darrin Patrick
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Live Like a Narnian by Joe Rigney
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Miracles by Eric Metaxas
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Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life by Donald S. Whitney
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Helpful. Read it.
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Start by Jon Acuff
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Solid book. Helpful and motivational. I would recommend it!
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The Gospel by Raymond C. Ortlund Jr.
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How Good is Good Enough? by Andy Stanley
How Good is Good Enough?
by Andy Stanley
read in December, 2014
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Stanley makes his point, and it's a good one. But, I tend to think that his oversimplified theology and shallow argumentation often times has worse unintended consequences than it does good. Overall, not a book I would recommend for everyone.
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John Calvin
“we must be persuaded not only that as he once formed the world, so he sustains it by his boundless power, governs it by his wisdom, preserves it by his goodness, in particular, rules the human race with justice and Judgment, bears with them in mercy, shields them by his protection; but also that not a particle of light, or wisdom, or justice, or power, or rectitude, or genuine truth, will anywhere be found, which does not flow from him, and of which he is not the cause; in this way we must learn to expect and ask all things from him, and thankfully ascribe to him whatever we receive.”
John Calvin, Institutes of the Christian Religion, 2 Vols

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