Pilgrim’s Keyboard

March 2, 2017

Books I read in 2016 …

Filed under: Annual Book Reading LIst — pilgrimskeyboard @ 4:58 pm

2016 | BOOK READING LIST

  1. Baptists in America: A History – Thomas S. Kidd & Barry Hankins | Published by: Oxford University Press, 2015, ISBN: 978-0-19-997753-6. Overall I enjoyed this book. As its title states it is a history of American Baptists. The inside jacket note reads, “[After] four hundred years … Baptists [have become] the second-largest religious group in America, and their influence matches their numbers.” I think this book could be more informative concerning who the Baptists were/are in this country. It does go into some detail for some Baptist groups and yet not so much on others. It is written by “respectable church historians in the academy today” (R. Albert Mohler, Jr.). I recommend it only on the sense that if you have a Christian/Church/Baptist history section in your personal library – for no book is completely useless in a library. However, if you do not have such a section you may just want to check the book out from a public-library and then glean some info from it for knowledge while saving your $$ for some other book. | (12/28/2015) 01/01/2016

Bios

Anytime you get the opportunity to read about the saints of old – I highly recommend that you do so – God’s people of the past are an inspiration to His people today.

  1. The Passionate Preaching of Martyn Lloyd-Jones – Steven J. Lawson | This is the story of the successful doctor who became a premier preacher. One of the twentieth century’s most influential sovereign grace preachers. He had one purpose when he walked into his pulpit and that was to show forth the Glory of God of which he did through one way and that was expository preaching of the Word of God. This bio is the latest edition of the “A Long Line of Godly Men Profile” series edited by Dr. Steven J. Lawson published by Reformation Trust (Ligonier Ministries). If you have enjoyed any of the books from the series this one will be just as much a delight to read. I highly recommend this book, as well as, the series. | 03-19-2016
  1. Rebel Yell: The Violence, Passion, and Redemption of Stonewall Jackson – S. C. Gwynne | Civil War History is often captured from the bios of famous men/women who were prominent during their era. Stonewall Jackson was such a prominent actor during the Civil War. This book examines his personality and traits in an excellent manner that let the reader get to know this Southern Christian Gentleman who was a major factor in the War between the North and the South. One can only assume that the outcome of the Civil War may had been quite different if our Sovereign God had allowed Thomas J. Jackson to have lived longer and fought more battles. He was a master in combat and along with his Stonewall Brigade nearly unstoppable. | 08-21-2016

Tools – Booklets – Pamphlets

  1. Using New Testament Greek in Ministry: A Practical Guide for Students and Pastors – David Alan Black | Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Publishing Group, 1993. ISBN: 978-0-8010-1043-9. | 03/22/2015
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