Book reviews in descending order from the most current.
3. Pharisectomy – Peter Haas (incomplete) – “When this book came across my desk I began to read the introduction which I found funny and whimsical. So I took it home and began to read it. In the end, however, I didn’t finish it. Here’s why…” (Kindle . Paperback)
2. C.S. Lewis – A Life by Alister McGrath – “All in all I cannot recommend this biography high enough. It is well written, engaging – nay – captivating. Insightful and delightful.” Read the full review. (Kindle . Hardcover)
1. The Creedal Imperative by Carl R. Trueman – “In the end this book could have been written in such a way that did not take repeated cheap-shots at every practice (Christian or otherwise) that the author finds distasteful. I also found it a dry chore of a read with a lot of unnecessary rambling.” (Kindle . Paperback)