Hi guys . Do you have any suggestions for books…

Hi guys . Do you have any suggestions for books…
Julia Maney | PentecostalTheology.com

Hi guys . Do you have any suggestions for books to read over the next few weeks ????

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  • Reply March 15, 2020

    James Humble Wainwright

    The Gospels. Matthew Mark Luke and John. If you looking for some wisdom The Book of Proverbs

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    James Humble Wainwright

    The bible has 66 books in it. 😉

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Seth Hart

    If you want a challenge that rocked and reformed my entire moral theology and apologetics, read Jonathan Haidt’s the righteous mind as a deconstruction and then Alasdair MacIntyre’s After Virtue as a reconstruction.

    I’m a metaphysician yet this might have been the best thing I’ve ever done

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Nicholas Paul Beharry

    Mere Christianity by C S Lewis to understand the basic common beliefs of Christians from the Book of Acts until today.

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Jamie Howard

    The Stand by Stephen King.

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Law Olivier

    Is God a Moral Monster

    Tactics

    Living for eternity (this isn’t an apologetics book, but a great one for spiritual growth)

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Ronnie Jones

    Since this suppose to be an apologetics group on biblical topics, I would suggest get a book caleed Christianity in crisis by hank hanagrah or the kingdom of the cults by ravi zacharias .

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Chris Creekmore

    Knowing God by J.I. Packer, Chosen by God by R.C. Sproul, Strange Fire by John MacArthur, Anything book written by Erwin Lutzer, D.L. Moody, or Charles Spurgeon.

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Chet A Berger

    Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus (my personal favorite), Numbers (can’t get enough), and Deuteronomy.

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Pauline Matheny

    If you want an Christianity based book mama bear apologetics is awesome. Even if you don’t have children.

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    William Travis Dauchy

    I can think of no greater book then the Bible. Start with in the beginning and when you get to Amen. Repeat.

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Burt W Slater

    SEEING THE UNSEEN – Joe Beam..
    Really enlightened me on Gods presence..

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Nick Hetcher

    “EVOLUTION: A Fairytale for All Ages.” On Amazon. I just released it.

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Curt Stewart

    Jesus the ultimate ology
    By Johnny James .
    Contact Lamonte McNesse for a copy.
    One of the best books I’ve read by far .

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Carl Wayne Hardeman

    The Genesis Record book by Henry Morris

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Julia Maney

    Wow guys thank you so much! So many options ?

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Louis Steakley

    He came to set the captives free by Rebecca Brown and the Book of Enoch and anything by Gary Wayne

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Shawn Arseniuk

    The Right Fight: How to live a loving life by John Kennedy Vaughan

    -Unseen Realm (if you like footnotes and academics) -Supernatural (non footnote version of the above)
    -Raising Hermon
    All by Dr Heiser

    The Jesus Creed by Scott McKnight

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    David Robertson

    I’m currently reading this book with my Kindle app. It’s pretty good so far.

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Ron Holmes

    Systematic Theology by Wayne Grudem

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Louie Berrodin

    Crossway Publications, ESV Study Bible.

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Glenn Gerlach

    Forensic Faith

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Nathan Hoffman

    The books of the Bible that they ripped out. Judith and Tobit are excellent short stories.

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Joel Postma

    Google search “Newbery Medal Winner Books” some are for young readers, but all are high end reading.

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Beth Erickson Spisiak

    Hi. I just read a book called, Letters From A Sceptic, by Gregory Boyd, PhD. An exchange of letters between his dad and him, over a three year period. He answers his atheist dad’s questions/objections regarding Christianity. Note: I’m not in complete agreement with every point of his theology, but 96% of it. I enjoyed reading it and he shows great love and respect for his dad throughout.

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Nick Shara

    The logic of God by Ravi Zacharias.

    I don’t have enough faith to be an atheist by Frank Turek.

    Thinking about God by greg ganssle.

    The naked Gospel by andrew farley.

    Those are fun.

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Margaret Stevens

    What’s so amazing about grace. By Philip Yancey

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Margaret Stevens

    Thanks for the suggestions. I’ll read some of these

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Michael Andersen

    Calm My Anxious Heart …its in audio too

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Curt Wlasenko

    And table talk by Martin Luther

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Michael Wheelhouse

    What kind of theology book are you looking for?

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Michael Wheelhouse

    The best I can recommend to you to read is Holiness by R.C. Sproul.

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Henry Caba

    Depends on what you are looking to read.. what genre do you enjoy? What are you see seeking?

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Aaron Miller

    What kind of books? Apocrypha, fiction, Bible, or academic works?

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Delena D. Denham

    Pilgrims Progress, Utmost for His Highest. The Screwtape Letters.. Spurgeon , CS Lewis. Dr Stanley

  • Reply March 16, 2020

    Seth Shay

    No. Read Mere Christianity, I Don’t Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist, Tactics, and Cold Case Christianity, as well as any other book written by CS Lewis, and the Bible.

  • Reply March 16, 2020

    Dave Van Huffel

    Ravi Zacharias and John Shelby Spong.(progressive scholar.)

  • Reply March 16, 2020

    Stephen Nyamekye

    School of the Spirit and The KJV study Bible Second Edition

  • Reply March 16, 2020

    David Maggs

    the Bible.

  • Reply March 16, 2020

    David Maggs

    and pilgrims progress.

  • Reply March 16, 2020

    Steve McCormick

    “Studies in the Sermon on the Mount” — D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones.

  • Reply March 16, 2020

    Korir Titus Kiptoo

    Evidence that Demand Verdict, I Don’t Have Enough Faith to be Atheist, Case for Christ, Cold-Case Christianity.

  • Reply March 16, 2020

    David Eisenstadt

    Why read pilgrims progress ,. Scripture admonishes us to avoid clever fables ….

  • Reply March 16, 2020

    Geoff Strout

    Of course, before everything else, the Scriptures.
    That said, for additional reading I would recommend:
    – Tactics and Relativism (or any writings by Greg Koukl really) are excellent.
    – Making Sense of God and The Reason for God (or any writings by Tim Keller) are excellent.
    – Total Truth, Finding Truth and Saving Leonardo (or any writings by Nancy Pearcey ) are excellent.

  • Reply March 16, 2020

    Scott Smith

    I’ve been reading Agents of Babylon by Dr. David Jeremiah. Its about the book of Daniel.

  • Reply March 17, 2020

    Terry Leszko

    In light of the Coronavirus situation, This book is free on kindle until tomorrow.

  • Reply March 17, 2020

    Stephen Babine

    On Restoring the Church to Our Covenant Roots! A must read book…”The Messianic Church Arising!” By Dr. Robert D. Heidler…Foreword by Dr. Chuck D. Pierce.

  • Reply March 18, 2020

    Luap Iyasi

    Get yourself that book and you will have read one of the best books.

  • Reply March 21, 2020

    Julia Maney

    Thanks y’all! For the info . Can’t wait to read

  • Reply April 19, 2020

    Anthony Nagle

    The Unseen Realm Michael Heiser.

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