Thursday, June 10, 2010

My three most useful books



These are my three most useful books, purchased during theological college and used heavily ever since, don't leave home without them.  Wallace's Greek Grammar is like a portable Greek lesson, the Worship Sourcebook provides lots of biblically based liturgy and The Cross and Salvation is a compendium of theological bread and butter.  I've also found having a broad range of commentaries more useful then I imagined, I thought they'd sit gathering dust.  Interestingly having spare copies of Is Christianity Good for the World, The Prodigal God and The Journey has been very useful evangelistically.

1 comment:

Will Briggs said...

Wallace is fantastic. If, facing a hypothetical cataclysm, I had to pick which books to save from my library to preserve the word of God it would be an ESV, a Greek NT, an Analytical Lexicon, and Wallace. :-)