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Here are 12 Kindle deals for today. I’ve read Demarest and Gregg below. Demarest was fine, but dry. Gregg was helpful on suffering. I would recommend Bird, Carson (always), and the books on the cross. Bock is helpful for knowing why the supposed “missing gospels” aren’t true gospels and should never be included in our Bible. For the academically inclined, Silva will help with your exegesis, as will Fee. Though I think all, for one reason or another, are good.
A Place of Healing: Wrestling with the Mysteries of Suffering, Pain, and God’s Sovereignty, Joni Eareckson Tada
- The Missing Gospels: Unearthing the Truth Behind Alternative Christianities, Darrell Bock
The Work of Christ: What the Events of Jesus’ Life Mean for You, R. C. Sproul
- Balanced Christianity, John Stott
- The Cross and Salvation: The Doctrine of Salvation, Bruce Demarest
- Why Believe?: Reason and Mystery as Pointers to God, C. Stephen Evans
- Scandalous, D. A. Carson
- Worship: The Ultimate Priority, John MacArthur
Biblical Words and Their Meaning: An Introduction to Lexical Semantics, Moisés Silva
- Desperate: Hope for the Mom Who Needs to Breathe, Sarah Mae
- The Gospel of the Lord: How the Early Church Wrote the Story of Jesus, Michael Bird
- The Inspiration and Interpretation of Scripture: What the Early Church Can Teach Us, Michael Graves
- New Testament Exegesis, 3rd ed, Gordon Fee
- Preaching the Cross, Mark Dever, Ligon Duncan, etc.
- What Does the Bible Say About Suffering?, Brian Gregg
- Who Needs Theology?: An Invitation to the Study of God, Stanley Grenz and Roger Olson
- The Battle for the Beginning, John MacArthur
- Jesus, Paul and the People of God: A Theological Dialogue with N. T. Wright, edited by Nicholas Perrin and Richard Hays
- Proclaiming a Cross-Centered Theology, Mark Dever, Ligon Duncan, etc.