Book Reviews

Surprised by Joy

C. S. Lewis’s Surprised By Joy is subtitled “The Shape of My Early Life,” and is mainly about his childhood and young adulthood. In this spiritual autobiography… Read more »

The Abolition of Man

In this slim volume of three essays, C. S. Lewis makes the argument for what he calls the Tao, “the doctrine of objective value, the belief… Read more »

Desiring God

Desiring God, John Piper’s best-loved work on the joy to be found in God, is one of those rare theological works that actually live up… Read more »

Can God Bless America?

John MacArthur’s Can God Bless America? is a short book you can breeze through in about an hour, but it asks an incredibly important question: is God… Read more »

Knowing God

Knowing God is considered a classic work of practical theology, and deservedly so. I have been slowly reading it for the past several months and have… Read more »

The Valley of Vision

The Valley of Vision is a collection of Puritan prayers that celebrate, mourn, beg, rejoice, teach, confess, inspire, confirm, question, hope, implore, grieve, sing, and plead…. Read more »