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The Books “Books”

June 11, 2009

Thanks to the kindness of our dear listener (and we mean that), Joel, here’s the list of books we mentioned, reviewed and recommended in this month’s podcast:


  • From Embers to a Flame – Harry Reader (Matt)
  • SermonAudio.Com – Edmund Clowney
  • Worship by the Book – D.A. Carson
  • The Worship of the Christian Church 8 Vols. – Hughes Oliphant Old
  • Worship – Hughes Oliphant Old
  • Recovering the Reformed Tradition – R. Scott Clark
  • The Bruised Reed – Richard Sibbes
  • All Puritan Paperbacks – It’s our podcast, we can recommend everything!
  • Give Praise to God: A Vision for Reforming Worship – Multiple Authors
  • The Deliberate Church – Mark Dever
  • The Nine Marks of a Healthy Church – Mark Dever
  • Written in Stone – Philip Ryken
  • City on a Hill – Philip Ryken

Preaching (Word)

  • Desiring God – John Piper
  • Preaching & Preachers – D. Martin Lloyd Jones
  • Spirit Empowered Preaching – Arturo G. Azurdia III (Matt)
  • Truth & Power – J.I. Packer
  • A consumers guide to preaching – Jay Adams
  • Between Two Worlds – John Stott
  • Christ Centered Preaching: Redeeming the Expository Sermon – Bryan Chapell
  • Him We Proclaim – Dennis E. Johnson
  • Tell it Slant – Eugene Peterson
  • Love Walked Among Us – Paul Miller


  • Given for You: Reclaiming Calvin’s Doctrine of the Lord’s Supper – Keith A. Mathison
  • Baptism – John Murray
  • Westminster Larger Catechism on Baptism and Lord’s Supper
  • PCA Book of Church Order – Baptism
  • The Lords Supper – Thomas Doolittle
  • On the Lord’s Supper – John Payne
  • The Communicant’s Companion – Matthew Henry


  • Desiring God – John Piper
  • Praying Backwards – Bryan Chapell
  • Pray with your eyes open – Richard Pratt
  • A Method for Prayer – Matthew Henry
  • Leading in Prayer – Hughes Oliphant Old
  • Leading in Worship – Terry Johnson
  • The Heart of Prayer – Jerram Barrs
  • A Praying Life – Paul Miller
  • The Complete Works of E.M. Bounds
  • A Call to Spiritual Reformation – DA Carson
One Comment leave one →
  1. Matthew Bohling permalink
    February 24, 2010 4:04 pm

    I’ve recently become aware of this review: of Scott Clark’s book. It makes some interesting points you may want to ponder.

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