On the Bookshelf XXXII

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The Reapers Are the Angels by Alden Bell
Ostensibly like Flannery O’Connor with zombies. That’s all I needed to know before buying a copy, and it’s pretty ruddy great so far.

To A Thousand Generations by Douglas Wilson
“In arguing for biblical infant baptism, it is not sufficient for us to say that infant baptism is merely consistent with the Scriptures, or that a biblical case can be made for it… we must be content with nothing less than a clear biblical case requiring infant baptism.” Read it once already. Time for another go.

Macbeth by Shakespeare
To read or not to read: there is no question.

The Case for Covenant Communion edited by Greg Strawbridge
A sterling collection of essays from the likes of Tim Gallant, Jeffrey Meyers, and R.C. Sproul, Jr. (Hardcopies are pricey, but a PDF version is available here.)

Men and Marriage by George Gilder
According to a less than favorable Amazon review, Mr. Gilder is something of a chauvinist pig. Eager to see just how sexist this proponent of family/marriage/traditional gender roles really is.

What’s on your bookshelf right now?

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3 thoughts on “On the Bookshelf XXXII”

  1. That last one sounds interesting. On top of my TBR shelf at the moment are, “God is Closer Than You Think” by John Ortberg, “Choices” by Mary Farrar, and currently “When God Writes Your Love Story” by the Ludy’s. Not really sure what I think of that one. Those are a couple out of the dozens.

  2. I must confess I haven’t read your blog in ages, because I sorta fell off the world. XP But now I have come back because cannot be kept away from the awesomeness.

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