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BIBLE STUDY

BASIC BIBLE INTERPRETATION

| Roy Zuck

Zuck’s book is a good introductory or beginning text for anyone starting to study hermeneutics. Clearly written in a very accessible style—with plenty of illustrations—Zuck covers all the basics and provides several helpful lists and charts. ~GBI Books

EVANGELICAL HERMENEUTICS 

| Robert Thomas

Hermeneutical theory has been extensively expanded, refined, and rethought over the last three decades—leading to both confusion and conflict over how contemporary evangelicals should read, interpret, and apply Scripture. Dr. Thomas evaluates how some newer methods may open the door to unorthodox—and potentially spurious—interpretations of Scripture’s core teachings. ~GBI Books

EXEGETICAL FALLACIES

| D.A. Carson

Starting with a primer on exegesis, this work is designed for ministers and Sunday school teachers. Its aim is to show how the Bible has been interpreted in various historical epochs, the role of language as related to God’s revelation, and how the grammatical-historical method of interpretation should be applied. ~GBI Books

PREACHING: HOW TO PREACH BIBLICALLY

| John MacArthur & The Master's Seminary Faculty

“For those of you who want to preach the Word accurately and powerfully because you understand the liability of doing anything less… who are eager to let God speak His Word through you as directly, confrontively, and as powerfully as He gave it… who want to see people transformed radically and living godly lives, there is only expository preaching.”—John MacArthur, Pastor-Teacher, Grace Community Church

TOWARD AN EXEGETICAL THEOLOGY

| Walter Kaiser Jr.

The author notes that there are no exegetical theology books available in the English language, and does his part to rectify this problem. This work is a clarion call to become absorbed in the text of Scripture, and he makes no apologies that the reader may be forced to review the definitions of basic parts of speech or the basic rules of grammar and syntax. ~GBI Books

CRACKING OLD TESTAMENT CODES

| Brent Sandy & Ronald Giese

A team of scholars provides insight into the literary genres of the Old Testament and how to use them to improve your understanding of biblical texts. All students of biblical interpretation need to have a firm understanding of this dimension of the Bible in order to correctly understand God’s unchanging message. ~GBI Books

FROM EXEGESIS TO EXPOSITION

| Robert B. Chisholm

Designed for the student, or pastor, who has completed basic Hebrew Grammar, this is the ideal textbook that takes the reader from proper exegesis of the text to the public exposition of the message to today’s church. Chisholm presents a solid exegetical methodology with numerous illustrations. ~GBI Books

MACARTHUR STUDY BIBLE

| John MacArthur

The MacArthur Study Bible is designed not to fit lifestyles, but to transform lives—in the New King James accuracy with John MacArthur clarity. This landmark, comprehensive study Bible, from popular Bible teacher John MacArthur, provides extensive study helps to aid readers in understanding and teaching Scripture. It includes thousands of notes, a 200-page topical index, six different time lines, numerous charts, over 20 Bible maps, and a 12-page outline of Systematic Theology. ~GBI Books

STRONG'S CONCORDANCE

| James Strong

The power and classic features of Nelson's New Strong's Concordance, in a concise and compact edition, helps you access the references you need quickly and easily.  ~GBI Books

UNLEASHING GOD'S WORD IN YOUR LIFE

| John MacArthur

New Christians, or those who have simply given up sometimes think or say “The Bible is too difficult to understand!” This book makes Bible study easy, explaining the truth of how God still speaks to man, and detailing how the Bible can be understood and applied to your life. ~GBI Books

 
BIOGRAPHIES
 

D. MARTIN LLOYD JONES: THE FIGHT OF FAITH 1931-1981

| Iain Murray

This biography about “The Doctor” gives a vivid account of his early years, his call into the ministry from the medical profession, his first pastorate, and his first year at the famous Westminster Chapel in London. His unwavering commitment to the truth will give you a host of practical insights to help you in your daily walk with Jesus Christ. —Doug Main

MARRIAGE TO A DIFFICULT MAN

|Elizabeth D. Dodds

"When I read Elisabeth Dodds' Marriage to a Difficult Man, I already stood in awe of Edwards. But here I saw more of the man and his domestic side. I desire that all the theology I embrace makes me a better husband and a better father. Elisabeth Dodds helped me see this more clearly in her portrayal of the Edwards family..." —Dr. John Piper

JOHN CALVIN: REVOLUTIONARY, THEOLOGIAN, PASTOR

| Williston Walker

"Greater than any other Reformation era figure, John Calvin stimulated the debate, thoughts and ideas that have come to dominate Western culture and society.  Dedicated to the reform of the church, and insistent on a literalistic reading of scripture, his influence radically changed the face of Protestantism and Society.  Society's abhorrence of corruption in government, and the correspondent lack of it in Western Democracies, is largely down to his work.  He was the first major political thinker to model social organization on Biblical principles, one of his most important innovations being the incorporation of the church into city government.  As a result, Geneva became the most important Protestant centre of Europe in the 16th Century...
Williston Walker produced this benchmark biography in 1906: it is till the best.  Gripping, enlightening and authoritative - you will learn of a man whose theological stance and political philosophy has done much to shape modern Western culture and continues to influence millions of people in the 21st century." 

MARTIN LUTHER: THE MAN WHO STARTED THE REFORMATION

| Thomas Lindsay

"Martin Luther's father was a miner with ambitions - he wanted to better himself and provide his children with a good education.  Martin upset his father's plans by becoming a monk rather than a lawyer, but by the age of 29, he was a Professor of Theology.  In addition to his college duties, he preached almost every day and visited people on pastoral duties - he kept two secretaries very busy.  Luther's father, meanwhile, became a town councilor, the part owner of six mines and two foundries and owned a large house in the main street.  What happened to make this son of the upwardly mobile establishment into a revolutionary who nailed 95 Theses onto the church door at Wittenberg, affecting not only the whole of the Christian Church but also breaking the power of a European superstate?  This is the story of a passionate, flawed and courageous man who loved his family and the people around him; a man who went further in challenging the status quo than any other in history, the man who started the Reformation."

JONATHAN EDWARDS: A NEW BIOGRAPHY

| Iain Murray

This book gives us Murray's view of both the first and second great awakenings. He was a mighty theologian and a great evangelist at the same time. No thinking person who loves theology and experience, revival and evangelism should pass over this masterful work. ~CBD Books 

THE HIDDEN SMILE OF GOD

| John Piper

Commencing with the suffering of man and culminating with the wonder of God, John Piper reveals the mysterious ways in which God turns tragedy to triumph. So join Piper in his latest adventure as he examins the lives of William Cowper, John Bunyan, and David Brainerd. ~GBI Books 

THE LEGACY OF SOVEREIGN JOY

| John Piper

n his book, ‘The Legacy of Sovereign Joy,’ Piper has published his gleanings from three of these yearlong studies: Augustine, Luther, and Calvin. This book goes beyond the facts of these men’s biographies, and harrows the grace that worked in their strengths, weaknesses, and sins. ~GBI Books

WILLIAM TYNDALE

| David Danielle

Daniell's illuminating, in-depth biography reveals the literary genius of the man whom biblical scholars view as the Bible's Shakespeare. You'll gain a greater understanding of Tyndale and appreciation for the master Bible translator's contribution to Christian literature and the spreading of God's Word. ~CBD Books

CHURCH HISTORY

EVANGELICALISM DIVIDED

| Iain Murray

Evangelicalism Divided traces the fascinating saga of the personalities, institutions, and publications involved in the latter half of the twentieth century. Iain Murray shows how the new policy labelled “co-operation without compromise” led to concessions which seriously weakened biblical Christianity. He then contends that the first and greatest need within the church is to answer the most fundamental question of all, namely, “What is a Christian?” ~GBI Books

FOXE'S BOOK OF MARTYRS

| John W. Foxe

Foxe's Book of Martyrs is a record of the protestant martyrs, beginning with Stephen and ending during the reign of Queen Mary. Foxe was an educated martyrologist and was, himself, on the run from persecution for a period of his life. This collection of stories is an inspirational volume of the power of faith. ~Amazon.com

THE 100 MOST IMPORTANT EVENTS IN CHURCH HISTORY

| A. Kenneth Curtis, J. Stephen Lang, and Curtis Petersen

Brush up on the people, places, and events every Christian should know about with this fascinating, accessible guide. ~Amazon.com

FOUNDATIONS OF GRACE

| Steven J Lawson

From the lawgiver Moses to the apostle John, a long line of godly men have marched across the stage of human history—a triumphant parade of spiritual stalwarts who have upheld the doctrines of grace. In this book, the first in a five-volume series, Dr. Lawson takes readers on a heart-stirring survey through the Scriptures to show that the entire Bible teaches the doctrines of grace. ~GBI Books

MARTYRS MIRROR

| Theileman J. Van Braght

The author's gigantic work, the record of Christian faith and endurance from the first century to the Anabaptist persecutions in the sixteenth century. Here are stories of men and women who died for their belief. Written in 1659 by a Dutch Mennonite to strengthen the faith of his fellow believers and translated into German in 1748 through 1749 at the time of the French and Indian War for the same reason. In 1886 it was translated into English. A challenge to many generations. ~CBD Books

WHATEVER HAPPENED TO THE REFORMATION

| Gary L. W. Johnson and R. Fowler White

I read a lot of books. Many of them pass before my eyes fairly rapidly. This one jerked me to a stop, not because I had written one of the chapters, but because the material is so pertinent for the understanding of the current state of evangelicalism. —John MacArthur

 
DEVOTIONAL
 

DESIRING GOD

| John Piper

Few contemporary works find a permanent place on my bookshelf. John Piper’s Desiring God is a significant exception. Piper’s message is as profound as his style is engaging. His soul-stirring celebration of the pleasures of knowing God is a must-read for every Christian—and a feast for the spiritually hungry. —John MacArthur

DRAWING NEAR

| John MacArthur

John MacArthur offers a solution--and an alternative to the typical thematic or topical devotionals--by taking an in-depth approach to Bible exposition in this daily companion. Stimulating and instructive, the selections take you on a well-crafted, guided tour of dynamic Bible doctrines and their application to life. There are also practical suggestions for prayer, ideas for further exploration, and an easy-to-use guide for prayer, ideas for further exploration, and an easy-to-read guide for reading through the Bible in a year. Through this daily devotional you will gain a firm grasp of many of the great texts of the Bible. ~CBD Books

LIVING A LIFE OF HOPE

| Nathan Busenitz

Of the three supreme virtues—faith, hope, and love (1 Corinthians 13:13)—hope is the most neglected.  The volumes that have been written about faith and love would fill a small library, but solid, in-depth biblical studies on hope are surprisingly rare.  That’s why I am thankful for this marvelous work by Nathan Busenitz.  Comprehensively biblical, sound and thorough, yet warm and practical, this is a wonderful resource for pastors and laypeople alike…”  ~John MacArthur

SEEING AND SAVORING JESUS CHRIST

| John Piper

In thirteen poignant chapters, using Scripture and spiritual insight, John Piper unveils the glory of Christ through the person of Christ so that everyday people may understand His deity, power, and wisdom. This highly accessible volume can awaken unbelievers to the greatness and trueness of Christ and sweeten any Christian’s view of the Lord’s character, moving them to greater passion and worship. ~GBI Books

THE JOY OF FEARING GOD

| Jerry Bridges

We all want a deeper, more intimate relationship with God—one that’s characterized by joy. But how does fearing God lead to joy? After all, aren’t we supposed to love Him and live in intimate relationship with Him? Jerry Bridges explores this paradox as he unpacks the biblical promise that God delights in those who fear Him. ~GBI Books

DON'T WASTE YOUR LIFE

| John Piper

Do you lead a passionate life for Christ? John Piper warns to not get caught up in trivial matters and let life slip by without making it count for Christ. He says, “God created us to live with a single passion: to joyfully display His supreme excellence in all spheres of life.”  ~GBI Books

HUMILITY: TRUE GREATNESS

| C.J. Mahaney

“A wonderful, sobering, humbling, God-centered, Bible-based book on humility by an author who truly exemplifies it in his own life. I especially appreciated Mahaney’s suggestions for practical disciplines to help us cultivate humility before God. This message will tend to keep us and our churches from self-destruction due to pride, will make us thankful for little blessings in everyday life, and will bring us closer to God.” —Wayne Grudem, Research Professor of Bible & Theology, Phoenix Seminary

MORNING AND EVENING

| Charles Spurgeon

For over a century, this volume has been the classic daily devotional for tens of thousands of Christians. Now this favorite companion is available in a contemporary format with a modern typeface. Each of the 750 devotions provides inspiring meditations on Scriptures drawn from every book of the Bible ~GBI Books

STRENGTH FOR TODAY

| John MacArthur

Draw Strength for Today from your time with God! Combining Scripture, reflections, and in-depth exposition from one of today's best-loved Bible teachers, John MacArthur's daily devotional gives you a firmer grasp of great passages from God's Word, encourages you to apply them to your life, and helps you journey through each day of the year with wisdom, grace, integrity, and joy. ~CBD Books

TRANSFORMING GRACE

| Jerry Bridges

This title addresses the grace of God and the believers need to live confident in it not just at the point of salvation, but throughout the Christian life. It make a great book for aiding personal growth and being reminded of blessings we have from the God of grace Himself. ~GBI Books

EVANGELISM/MISSIONS

BIBLICAL APOLOGETICS

| Clifford B McManis

This volume will be of great help in the restoration of the practicality of biblical apologetics as it was exemplified in the early Church. Hopefully, today's readers will be able to understand and put into practice the true nature of Peter's command in 1 Peter 3:15 as it is strategically situated in its defining context." George J. Zemek, Academic Dean, The Expositors Seminary, Jupiter, Florida

FOR THE SAKE OF HIS NAME

| David M Doran

Christ gave his disciples a monumental, yet simple task: make disciples of all nations. But what exactly does that command mean? How are we supposed carry it out? How does the local church figure in? And what’s the ultimate goal? The Scriptures provide answers. David Doran has written a collection of articles to ground us in the truth, providing a solid theological and practical missions foundation for pastors, missionaries, students, or church members.

REVIVE US AGAIN

| Joel Carpenter

In Revive Us Again, Joel A. Carpenter illuminates this remarkable transformation, exploring the history of American fundamentalism from 1925 to 1950, the years when, to non-fundamentalists, the movement seemed invisible. Skillfully blending painstaking research, telling anecdotes, and astute analysis, Carpenter--a scholar who has spent twenty years studying American evangelicalism--brings this era into focus for the first time. ~Amazon.com

TODAY'S GOSPEL: AUTHENTIC OR SYNTHETIC?

| Walter J. Chantry

Differences between much of today's preaching and that of Jesus are not petty; they are enormous. This powerfully written book has a message which goes to the heart of the contemporary problem in a way that conferences and commissions on evangelism have failed to do. Its expository approach is particularly valuable.

EVANGELISM AND THE SOVEREIGNTY OF GOD

| J.I. Packer

If God is in control of everything, does that mean the Christian can sit back and not bother to evangelize? Or does active evangelism simply imply that God is not sovereign at all? J.I. Packer shows in this classic study how false both these attitudes are. In a careful review of the biblical evidence, he shows how a right understanding of God's sovereignty is not so much a barrier to evangelism as an incentive and powerful support for it.

LET THE NATIONS BE GLAD: THE SUPREMAECY OF GOD IN MISSIONS

| John Piper

John Piper offers a biblical defense of God's supremacy in all things, providing readers with a sound theological foundation for missions. He examines whether Jesus is the only way to salvation and issues a passionate plea for God-centeredness in the missionary enterprise, seeking to define the scope of the task and the means for reaching "all nations."

THE STORY OF CHRISTIANITY: VOL 1 & 2

| Justo Gonzalez

Handy for learning church history, volume 1 moves from the beginnings of the church up to the Reformation. ~GBI Books

Volume 2 begins with the Reformation and moves to the contemporary state of the church. The book reads easily and has a more topical than strict chronological approach to events and peoples. ~GBI Books

WHAT IS THE MISSION OF THE CHURCH

| Kevin Deyoung & Greg Gilbert

DeYoung and Gilbert help us think carefully about what the church is sent into the world to do. Looking at the Bible’s teaching, they explore the what, why, and how of the church’s mission.

FAMILY / MARRIAGE

MEN

WOMEN

 

DIVINE DESIGN

| John MacArthur

Divine Design—the new edition of Different by Design—sets aside prevailing cultural standards and helps you understand and apply the biblical principles for men’s and women’s roles. ~GBI Books

DIVINE DESIGN

| John MacArthur

Divine Design—the new edition of Different by Design—sets aside prevailing cultural standards and helps you understand and apply the biblical principles for men’s and women’s roles. ~GBI Books

FAMILY

DON'T MAKE ME COUNT TO THREE!

| Ginger Plowman

Through personal experience and the practical application of Scripture, Ginger Plowman encourages and equips moms to reach past the outward behavior of their children and dive deeply into the issues of the heart. Her candid approach will help moms move beyond the frustrations of not knowing how to handle issues of disobedience and into a confident, well-balanced approach to raising their children.  ~CBD

GIRL TALK

| Carolyn Mahaney & Nicole Mahaney Whitacre

Passing on a legacy of Biblical womanhood from generation to generation is so important that mother-daughter team Carolyn and Nicole decided to write this book to assist other mothers and daughters. It will guide you to heal breaches in relationship, learn the means to pass on Biblical truth, and help improve communication in general.  ~GBI Books

MINISTRY
ALBERT MOHLER
THE BRIEFING
JOHN PIPER
DESIRING GOD
JOHN MACARTHUR
GRACE TO YOU
R.C. SPROUL
LIGONIER MINISTRIES
MARK DEVER
NINE MARKS MINISTRIES
THE MASTERS
SEMINARY
THE EXPOSITORS
SEMINARY
 
PRAYER
 

A CALL TO UNITED, EXTRAORDINARY PRAYER

| Jonathan Edwards

This classic book by Jonathan Edwards was first published under the title 'A humble attempt to promote explicit agreement and visible union of God's people in extraordinary prayer for the revival of religion and the advancement of Christ's Kingdom.'   Jonathan Edwards was the foremost leader of the Great Awakening in North America in the 18th Century. ~CBD

GLEANINGS FROM PAUL

| A.W. Pink

From the moment of his conversion Paul was a man of prayer. His many prayers scattered throughout his letters are among the richest sources in all of Scripture for getting a practical insight into the subject matter of God-honoring prayer. Pink's detailed study captures the essence of the apostle's concern for the congregations on whose behalf he consistently prayed.  ~CBD

PRAYER

| John Bunyan

Two closely related works on prayer by John Bunyan are here brought together. In Praying in the Spirit, he defines what it means to pray with the spirit and with understanding and deals with difficulties in prayer. In The Throne of Grace, Bunyan explains how to approach God's throne in prayer and opens up the blessings God's people receive from the high priestly ministry of Jesus Christ. ~CBD

THE HOUR THAT CHANGES THE WORLD

| Dick Eastman

More than two million Christians around the world have revitalized their prayer lives through the step-by-step plan of prayer outlined in this book. You'll be challenged to spend one hour each day in prayer by dividing the hour into twelve five-minute "points of focus," such as praise, waiting, confession and Scripture praying. ~GBI Books  (Caution: Many of the interpretations of Scripture in this book are erroneous, in my estimation. –Pastor Lou)

THE METHOD FOR PRAYER

| Matthew Henry

True prayer comes from the heart, so why do we need a method?  The great devotional commentator and pastor, Matthew Henry, shows that Christians benefit from discipline just as much as talking freely with God.

LORD, TEACH ME TO PRAY

| John MacArthur

A rewarding, healthy prayer life awaits when one of today's foremost Bible teachers, John MacArthur, shares the importance of adoration, petition, confession and supplication in our relationship with God. ~Amazon.com

THE COMPLETE WORK OF E.M. BOUNDS ON PRAYER

| E.M. Bounds

E. M. Bounds truly followed the charge to pray without ceasing. It was as normal and essential to him as breathing. But though he was in prayer constantly, it never became a chore to him. Throughout his life, whether he was ministering to troops during the Civil War or bringing God's Word to his congregation, E. M. Bounds relished his time in conversation with God. ~GBI Books

THE VALLEY OF VISION

| Arthur Bennet

This book categorizes prayers by theological content and aspects of daily living. Although not intended as a prayer manual, it reveals the heart of prayer that may be used as a springboard to individual devotion and adoration of God. ~GBI Books

LIFE IN THE BODY OF CHRIST

| Curtis Thomas

“This book is a compendium of wisdom about a neglected topic—churchmanship. Curtis Thomas writes as one who has been seasoned by a life consumed with the study of the Word of God, with years of pastoral experience and the godly maturity of a gracious saint who has run the race and kept the faith. His insights into the nature of the Christian life, the needs of God’s people and the centrality of the church in the plan of God are superlative. This is a great book. If widely read and taken to heart, it will revitalize God’s people and strengthen Christ’s church.” —Dr. Tedd Tripp

SPIRITUAL DISCIPLINES WITHIN THE CHURCH

| Donald Whitney

Whitney concentrates on the issues of why we ought to participate in the church and how we are to contribute to God’s work. Topics include membership, worship, service, giving, and the ordinances. ~GBI Books

THE MASTER'S PLAN FOR THE CHURCH

| John MacArthur

Under the plan God has ordained for the church,” writes MacArthur, “leadership is a position of humble, loving service. Church leadership is ministry, not management. Those whom God designates as leaders are called not to be governing monarchs, but humble slaves, not slick celebrities but laboring servants. The man who leads God’s people must above all exemplify sacrifice, devotion, submission, and lowliness.” ~ GBI Books

NINE MARKS OF A HEALTHY CHURCH

| Mark Dever

"Nine Marks of a Healthy Church" is not an instruction manual for church growth. It is a pastor’s recommendation of how to assess the health of your church using nine crucial qualities (like expositional preaching, a biblical understanding of evangelism, and strong church discipline) that are neglected by many of today’s churches. ~GBI Books

THE CHURCH IN GOD'S PROGRAM

| Robert L. Saucy

Saucy’s book has been around for a while but is a good textbook, well researched, and ideal for the student or pastor. Dispensational in perspective, the book covers the identity of the church, its organization, ordinances, and worship. ~GBI Books

THE CHURCH
 
THEOLOGY
 

AFTER DARKNESS LIGHT

| R. C. Sproul

The five points of Calvinism and five "solas" of the Reformation are hallmarks of a Reformed understanding of Scripture. In this refreshing exploration of those truths, ten prominent contributors pay tribute to R.C. Sproul, whose name is virtually synonymous with these treasured Reformed directives.

GOD'S LESSER GLORY

| Bruce Ware

Open theism, which denies that God can foreknow free human choices, dishonors God, distorts Scripture, damages faith, and if left unchecked, destroys churches and lives. Its errors are not peripheral but central. Therefore, I thank God for Bruce Ware’s loving, informed, penetrating, devastating critique of this profoundly injurious teaching. —John Piper Senior Pastor, Bethlehem Baptist Church

STILL SOVEREIGN

| Bruce Ware & Thomas R. Schreiner

Saucy’s book has been around for a while but is a good textbook, well researched, and ideal for the student or pastor. Dispensational in perspective, the book covers the identity of the church, its organization, ordinances, and worship. ~GBI Books

SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY

| Wayne Grudem

Although Grudem is Charismatic and holds some odd views, this work is still a good resource. He includes topics not found in older works and shows keen research. Each chapter has study questions, a devotional hymn and references to the other major works. ~GBI Books

THE CROSS AND SALVATION

| Bruce Demarest

"The Cross and Salvation contains twelve chapters packed with data and documentation of skillfully blended historical interpretations, in-depth biblical exposition, and practical implications. Demarest provides a stimulating and thought-provoking treatment of the major points in soteriology." — Dr. Trevor Craigen, Associate Professor of Theology, The Master's Seminary

THE EXISTENCE & ATTRIBUTES OF GOD

| Stephen Charnock

Perhaps the best work on the topic in print, if not the largest, this book remains a favorite for pastors and those desiring to know God better. ~GBI Books

THE NATURE OF GOD

| A. W. Pink

I’m very grateful for this fine new edition of Arthur Pink’s classic work on the Attributes of God. It is surely the finest work on the subject written in this century. Pink, whose works were never superficial or trite, did some of his best work in this superb and timeless volume. — John MacArthur, Pastor-Teacher, Grace Community Church

THE PROVIDENCE OF GOD

| Paul Helm

Part of the Contours of Christian Theology series, this volume tackles the issues of God’s sovereignty and responds to the current debate over the “openness” of God. Topics include prayer, risk, the problem of evil, and man’s response to God’s providence. ~GBI Books

CHARISMATIC CHAOS

| John MacArthur

One of the best books dealing with Charismatic issues, MacArthur has provided the body of Christ with a biblical response to the contemporary debate over spiritual gifts, the health and wealth gospel, the faith movement, miracles, healing, and prophecy in the church. Teaching with sound hermeneutics, MacArthur lays down Scripture’s view. ~GBI Books

OUR ACCOUNTABILITY TO GOD

| A. W. Pink

The origin of sin has been a question asked by most new Christians, and in what way does affect their new life. A.W. Pink answers these questions in this classic work, thoroughly expounding the areas of man’s depravity and impotence. You will gain a sound biblical theology with powerful implications for evangelizing the unsaved! ~GBI Books

SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY: BIBLICAL & HISTORICAL

| Robert Culver

Systematic Theology’ by Robert Duncan Culver, a distinguished student of Scripture and an eleventh generation descendent of a Puritan who arrived on American shores in 1635, represents the labor of a lifetime. This theological resource proves to be thoroughly biblical, soundly orthodox, and eminently readable. Thus, it receives my warm commendation to those who love and cherish God’s Word.”—Richard L. Mayhue, Executive Vice President, The Master’s College and Seminary

THE APOSTOLIC PREACHING OF THE CROSS

| Leon Morris

This book is on its third revision, yet remains a standard textbook for pastors and students. Essentially it is a word study of the key terms used in salvation like blood, redemption, reconciliation, and justification. Definitely on the heavy side, but worth the effort. ~GBI Books

THE DOCTRINE OF JUSTIFICATION

| James Buchanan

“When justification falls, all true knowledge of the grace of God in human life falls with it, and then as Luther said, the church itself falls…This is still the best textbook on its subject…” ~J. I. Packer

THE HEALING PROMISE

| Richard Mayhue

The Healing Promise is a clear and comprehensive survey of what Scripture teaches concerning God’s divine healing. This must-read book answers key questions like: Does God heal today? Are faith healers for today? Why are some people healed and others not? How should I respond and pray when I am afflicted with physical suffering? You will also find this book to be a trustworthy resource for counseling others. -Nick Amatuccio

THE NEW COVENANT MINISTRY OF THE HOLY SPIRIT

| Larry D. Pettegrew

One of the most difficult areas of biblical theology is that of how the ministry of the Holy Spirit differs from the Old Testament to the New Testament…. [Pettegrew] will certainly give all readers much to provoke them to a deeper and better understanding of what God's Word teaches about this vital subject. —John MacArthur Pastor-Teacher, Grace Community Church

UNDERSTANDING SPIRITUAL GIFTS

| Robert Thomas

Currently, there is much controversy concerning the role of spiritual gifts. First Corinthians 12-14 is focal point of the debate. Dr. Thomas, noted professor at The Master’s Seminary, helps the reader weed through this difficult passage. After reading this book, you’ll know how spiritual gifts should operate within the church.-Nick Amatuccio