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Archive for January 2nd, 2015

I reviewed nearly 90 books on Veritas Domain this past year in 2014.  Some stood out more than others.  Below are some of the books  that really stood out in how it edified me or taught me something profoundly important.

The order are in the appearance in chronological order from January 2014-December 2014.

1.) Hitler’s Philosophers by Yvonne Sherratt

Hitler's Philosophers

Description: Fascinating look at the role of philosophy and philosophers behind Hitler’s Nazi Germany.  Ideas do have consequences!

My Review

Purchase: Amazon

 

2.) Jonah: The Scandalous Love of God by Kevin J. Youngblood

Jonah The Scandalous Love of God Youngblood

Description: In my opinion one of the best critical commentary on the book of Jonah.  I’m looking forward to this series given how good this volume was!

My Review

Purchase: Amazon

 

3.) What He Must Be: If He Wants to Marry My Daughter by Voddie T. Baucham Jr.

What He Must Be If He Wants to Marry My Daughter Bauchman

Description: A very good book on father’s role in a daughter’s courtship.  Very good for young men also.

My Review

Purchase: Amazon

 

4.) Warfare in the Old Testament by Boyd Seevers

Warfare in the Old Testament The Organization, Weapons, and Tactics of Ancient Near Eastern Armies

Description: A very good book on the topic of warfare in the Old Testament!

My Review

Purchase: Amazon

 

5.) The Doctrine of the Christian Life (A Theology of Lordship) by John Frame

Doctrine of Christian Life John Frame

Description: I enjoyed this book as a text on Christian ethics that utilize the Bible, philosophy, apologetics and comes from a Reformed Van Tillian perspective!

My Review

Purchase: Westminster | Amazon

 

6.) The Gamble: General David Petraeus and the American Military Adventure in Iraq, 2006-2008 by Thomas E. Ricks

The Gamble General David Petraeus

Description: I have really enjoyed the author’s insight into the military and this books goes into the details of the Surge in Iraq and the Generals who led it.  Very informative and insightful, a must read for every military officer.

My Review

Purchase: Amazon

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