It’s that time again! There are only a few hours left of May 31, 2019 before the day ends, never to be repeated. Over the past month, these are the books I’ve spent my time with, followed by some articles I found intriguing or helpful. Enjoy!
Jesus Calling: A fancy reprint of the well known devotional by Sarah Young. Recommended? No.
NIV Starting Place Study Bible: A great place to start for new believers seeking to dig into the Bible for the first time. Recommended? Yes
The 49th Mystic: A fictional book by Ted Dekker in the realm of the Circle and the Lost Books series. Recommended? With caution.
Rise of the Mystics: Sequel to the 49th Mystic. Recommended? With caution.
Muhammed and Joseph Smith, Jr.: Spirit-Born Brothers: A comparison and examination of the founders of Islam and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Recommended? Yes.
Confronting Old Testament Controversies: Tremper Longman III tackles multiple controversial issues from the old testament such as sexuality and evolution. Recommended? Yes.
10 Minutes in the Word: John: A devotional of about 200 pages over the book of John. Recommended? Yes.
Why God?: A Children’s illustrated book by apologist Dan Dewitt that makes apologetics accessible for young readers. Recommended? Yes.
The Logic of God: An apologetic devotional by speaker Ravi Zacharias. Recommended? Yes.
Upcoming reviews include books like ” Sex, Purity, and the Longings of a Girl’s Heart,” “Humble Calvinism,” “The Jesus Bible,” “Learning Biblical Hebrew,” and “5 Minutes in Church History.”
Articles and Videos
Tell me what you’ve been reading this month!