100 Christian Books That Changed the Century



100 Christian Books That Changed the Century Readers can explore the 20th century s most influential works, writings that literally molded the mindset of evangelical believers The authors top picks include Booker T Washington s Up from Slavery , William Barclay s The Daily Study , and Madeleine L Engle s A Wrinkle in Time These and other key books that influenced the dramatic changes of the past 100 years are explored. New Read [ 100 Christian Books That Changed the Century ] author [ William J. Petersen ] – heartforum.co.uk

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100 Christian Books That Changed the Century  By William J. Petersen IBN : 0800757351 Format : Paperback – heartforum.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • 100 Christian Books That Changed the Century
  • William J. Petersen
  • English
  • 15 December 2017
  • 0800757351

10 thoughts on “100 Christian Books That Changed the Century

  1. Janet Mueller says:

    Not all of the books listed are Biblically sound, so it is advisable that one not rely on this book to direct them to books that must be read Read a Bible first then ask The Lord to give you discernment about Biblical truths Then you may know whether to read a book to enrich your faith or which books to avoid Some examples of books to steer clear of would be those authored by Thomas Merton, Fulton J Sheen, Norman Vincent Peale, Robert H Schuller, Henri Nouwen, Charles Colson, Richard Not all of the books listed are Biblically sound, so it is advisab...

  2. Kathleen Dixon says:

    July 2008 I bought this book in September 2006 and read about 2 3 of it, after which it got lost in a pile of other books that needed reading What I want to do with it is read or at the very least, browse through all of the books outlined in this text Sounds like a long term project I d better get started so I m not dead before I finish March 2018 I ve marked completion of this as...

  3. Petermathieson says:

    I like books about books and I love to read a well written review This book did a good job of covering lightly a wide range of books It gave me a lot of information, but I wish they had delved a little deeper into some of the best books Also, at times the authors strayed intoof the history of the writers than they did into the contents of those books Finally, it s a crime to ignore the impact that The Lord of the Rings has had on the world and it s exclusion is criminal Criminal, I I like books about books and I love to read a well written review This book did a good job of covering lightly a wide range of books It gave me a lot of information, but I wish they had delved a little deeper into some of the best books Also, at times the authors strayed intoof the history of the writers than they did into the contents of those books Finally, it s a crime to ignore the impact that The...

  4. Darren says:

    Good book Needs to be renamed to emphasize emphasis on American British Evangelical mostly ignored Orthodox and Catholic works Generally good choices I d quibble with a few Well written summaries of only a page or two, explaining the importance of the book Definitely recommended.

  5. Gary says:

    A great introduction to some very influential books.For me is was of most use to learn about the books I would never think to pick up Some of them I now will Liked it.

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