A quick look at some new books

Every so often, I get a really nice present in the mail—books! Here’s a look at a few that have shown up over the last few days:

In case you can’t make them all out, they are:

I’ve only had a chance to start digging into one of these books (United), there are a number I’m excited about reading, particularly Truth Matters and Everyone’s A Theologian (Sproul does a wonderful job of making systematic theology accessible and interesting to the common person).

What stands out to you on the list? What are some books you’re looking forward to reading over the next few weeks?

Posted by Aaron Armstrong

Aaron is the author of several books including the Big Truths Bible Storybook, Epic Devotions, Awaiting a Savior: The Gospel, the New Creation, and the End of Poverty, and Contend: Defending the Faith in a Fallen World. His next book, published by Lexham Press, will release in Spring 2023.

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9 Replies to “A quick look at some new books”

  1. Just got What’s Your Worldview by James Anderson, An Infinite Journey by Andrew Davis and Real-Life Discipleship by Jim Putman in the mail today!

  2. I just read Truth Matters and feel that it’s a wonderful resource for Christian youth headed for secular university. From your list, I look forward to reading United. I find the topic particularly relevant as a minority. Some books I’m reading this month: From Jesus to the Church (Craig Evans), Recovering Eden: The Gospel According to Ecclesiastes (Zack Eswine), Old Testament Today (John Walton & Andrew Hill).

    1. I’m really intrigued by Zack Eswine’s book.

      1. I’ll let you know when I review it! But judging by the publisher and the name of the series, I have no doubt it will be enlightening and edifying.

  3. Phil Schneider March 5, 2014 at 10:33 am

    I’m reading Manhood Restored, Deep & Wide, and The Time Machine. Maybe I should read a book about how to focus better?

    1. So Matt Perman’s What’s Best Next? 🙂

      1. Phil Schneider March 5, 2014 at 2:21 pm

        Hmmm. Maybe. Or maybe Kevin DeYoung’s Crazy Busy.

  4. I am coveting that Sproul book ….

    1. Sorry about that

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