Thought I would write a quick post on some of the books I think are important acquisitions for a Christian’s library. If you don’t yet have them (and in some cases, if you can get them), you should try to acquire them. The list is somewhat eclectic and does not pander to what’s new, although some new titles were deliberately included.
This is not a Top Ten list, but all the books are, in my opinion, must haves.
1. Systematic Theology by John Frame
Although Frame said (in Salvation Belongs to the Lord) that he probably wouldn’t write a full scale Systematics, this book lives up to its promise. It does not bother to interact with the never-ending swell of scholars’ opinions. Instead, Frame quotes whom he must and concentrates on theological exposition. He does not argue his covenant theology, but simply assumes it. Nevertheless, this is a great…
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