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message 1: by Mike (new)

Mike Crews | 56 comments Mod
Hey guys! It's been awhile since we've talked. Hope you all have had a great Christmas season. I know mine has been far busier than I could ever have anticipated. I missed my goal for books read by quite a bit. But I thought it might be interesting to get your take on what you consider to be the best 5 books you read in 2012. It might give the rest of us some books to consider putting on our reading list for the coming year. If you can take a few minutes and help us broaden our horizons! God Bless!


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Aaron | 17 comments Great idea Mike. My top 5 would be:

He Is Not Silent by Al Mohler
Hope Unseen by Capt. Scotty Smiley
Explicit Gospel by Matt Chandler
Preach by Mark Dever
And
Doctrine that Dances by Robert Smith Jr


message 3: by Mike (new)

Mike Crews | 56 comments Mod
Thanks Aaron! I am still reading the Dever book and find it very helpful and interesting. I've got. Few of the others and I may bump them up on my list! Hope you had a blessed Christmas!


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Michael Locklear | 1 comments My top 5 books of 2012 are:
“The Courage To Be Protestant” David F. Wells
“He Is Not Silent” R. Albert Mohler, Jr.
“The Intolerance Of Tolerance” D. A. Carson
“Church History” Christopher Catherwood
“A Call To Spiritual Reformation” D. A. Carson

Honorable mention:
“The Life Of Moses” F. B. Meyers
“The God Who Is There” D. A. Carson
“The Holiness Of God” R. C. Sproul

Thanks, Mike for provoking thought and imput within our group.


message 5: by Mike (new)

Mike Crews | 56 comments Mod
Michael wrote: "My top 5 books of 2012 are:
“The Courage To Be Protestant” David F. Wells
“He Is Not Silent” R. Albert Mohler, Jr.
“The Intolerance Of Tolerance” D. A. Carson
“Church History” Chris..."


Thanks for your participation Michael. I see several books on your list that look interesting. I am especially interested in the Carson books, having enjoyed "The God Who is There". I also downloaded the Meyers book on Moses since I plan on preaching a biographical series in the coming year. (Perhaps you have some other recommendations to help me prepare for it?) I'm also very interested in church history and I am unfamiliar with the Catherwood book. I'll have to check it out. Thanks again for sharing and God bless!


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