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message 1: by Hannah (new)

Hannah (bookwormhannah) | 6 comments Sounds like new threads are welcomed here, and a lot of the discussion is dated, so I’m just going to throw something out there.

What nonfiction Christian books have you read this year? What did you like or dislike about them? How did it inspire or illuminate your walk with God or your understanding of the Bible?

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Eclaghorn | 11 comments Just finished Fools Talk by Os Guinness. I got it to help figure out how to talk about my faith. It was great but different than I expected. I would definitely recommend it but it was a bit wordy. Maybe read devotionaly. It wasn't quite like the Tactics book by Greg Koukl but it was in that vein: discussion of the how of talking about your faith. I'm planning on rereading it in September as part of a new book club I found on Twitter by @religouslearn. I would also recommend 3 John Piper books I've read this year: Christ and Coronavirus, Justification, and my favorite, This Momentary Marriage.

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