The next installment in the “Recommended books to read (that you’ve never heard of)” series is “The Pursuit of Holiness”
Back to the “recommended books that you probably haven’t heard of” series with… Frank Peretti’s “This Present Darkness.” If you’re under 35, you most likely haven’t heard of this book that sobered Christians to spiritual realities in the late 1980s.
#5 in the series of “books to read that you’ve never heard of” is “The Gifts of the Jews” by Thomas Cahill. It’s readable, warm and winsome. You’ll be done before you know it due to Cahill’s writing style.
The sixth book in the series of “books to read that you’ve never heard” of is “Rare Jewel of Chrstian Contentment,” written in the 1600s. If you’re looking for a book that will help your heart find peace, this is a great place to start.
The next in the series of books that you haven’t heard of is.. “Eusebius’ Ecclesiastical History.” Don’t rule it out. It’s an epic tale of the first three centuries of the Christian movement.
It’s the kind of writing that makes one a lover of history. The 1927 Mississippi flood didn’t change the course of the river (it was that big!), it changed the course of our nation and the destiny of towns up and down the river. This is another entry in the “10 Recommended books (that you haven’t heard of)”
This entry continues a series of posts about “Ten Books That You May Not Have Heard Of” in which I recommend some wonderful, but obscure books. This post is about an out-of-print, 1945 tale of a young Baptist preacher and his wife struggling in their first church.
This entry begins a series of posts about “Ten Books That You May Not Have Heard Of” in which I recommend some wonderful, but obscure books.