The 50 Best Christian Books of 2014 | Monergism

The 50 Best Christian Books of 2014 | Monergism.

MonergismLogoHere’s another great list of the best Christian (and Reformed/Calvinistic) titles of this year, put together into five groups of ten books. There are plenty of good suggestions here too for your reading list and for building a good library. And you may also still get an idea of two for your Christmas season gift-giving.

You have heard me commend Monergism several times, as a great online store to keep up on good books and as a great website for other Reformed/Christian resources. Plus, you will want to check out their weekly offers of free ebooks – quite often Puritan and Reformed classics. Be sure to browse around a bit while you are at their site.

Here is the first group of ten best books, along with links for purchasing.

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Barbara R. Duguid , Prone to Wander: Prayers of Confession and Celebration (P&R)
Joel R. Beeke, The Reformation Heritage KJV Study Bible (Reformation Heritage)
Jeff Pollard, A Theology of the Family (NCFIC)
Dean Davis, The High King of Heaven (Redemption Press)
Christopher Ash, Job: The Wisdom of the Cross (Crossway)
John Calvin – Robert White (translator), The Institutes of the Christian Religion, 1541 edition(Banner of Truth)
Paul David Tripp, New Morning Mercies: A Daily Gospel Devotional (Crossway)
Chris Sinkinson, Time Travel to the Old Testament: An Essential Companion for the Christian Explorer (P&R)
Donald Macleod, Christ Crucified: Understanding the Atonement (IVP)
David Gibson (editor) From Heaven He Came and Sought Her (Crossway)

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