Top Books of 2008

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Marrow Man

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Ligonier's Blog has a list of the most significant books of 2008. I already have 6 of these! Here's the link. Here's the list:

* Reformed Dogmatics, Vol. 4, by Herman Bavinck
* Systematic Theology, Vol. 1, by Douglas Kelly
* Christless Christianity by Michael Horton
* The Courage to Be Protestant by David Wells
* Reformed Confessions of the 16th and 17th Centuries in English Translation by James Dennison
* Justification: Understanding the Classic Reformed Doctrine by J.V. Fesko
* Recovering the Reformed Confession by Scott Card
* The Design of Life by William Dembski and Jonathan Wells
* The Genius of Luther’s Theology by Robert Kolb and Charles Arand
* New Testament Theology by Thomas Schreiner

Are there any other recommendations that didn't make the list?
 

CharlieJ

Puritan Board Junior
Perhaps it's the legendary author Orson Scott Card, prince of character-driven science fiction and fantasy, multiple time winner of the Hugo and Nebula awards.

Did I mention he wrote my two favorite fiction books? Ender's game and Speaker for the Dead.


Well, he probably didn't write Recovering the Reformed Confession, since he's a lapsed Mormon.
 

larryjf

Puritan Board Senior
I am really enjoying R. Scott Clark's "Recovering the Reformed Confession"....excellent book.
 

DMcFadden

Puritanboard Commissioner
If you are looking for good books to add to the list, how about . . .

People and Place, Michael Horton
Concise Reformed Dogmatics, van Genderen
Christ and Culture Revisited, D.A. Carson
 
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