The Collected Best Christian Books of - Tim ChalliesBy Dan Balow. On June 28, The list of the best-selling Christian books of all time almost demands every single title carry some sort of disclaimer, but that disclaimer would be different depending on the individual. Differences over theology mainly will affect this list. Certain portrayals of theology are some of the issues that divide us, so I thought I would just toss out a list and leave the editing of the list to someone else. Other than the Bible, which is the far and away the best-selling Christian book of all time with sales in the billions, here is my list for your consideration:.
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Sometimes they arrive in the mail, but I instinctively toss them aside. Not that this comes as any great surprise. Magazines like CT cater to grownups. As a token of appreciation for parents, we decided to debut a new category this year, Children and Youth, encompassing everyone from little tykes to teens. It meets one of the greatest needs of a predominantly secular culture in which the majority of people have no real understanding of the Christian worldview. Koukl has done an outstanding job in presenting a clear and persuasive case for the credibility of biblical Christianity to those who have little or no knowledge of the true gospel of Christ. Muehlhoff and Langer take the necessary step of analyzing the way that culture works, especially with regard to media and social issues, and their deft analysis generates significant insights.
Each December, we publish a list of the best books published in the last year. Each year, Crossway seems to find a new way to help us rethink our Bible Before , we had no readable survey of union with Christ for lay.
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F riends who know my book-besotted line of work sometimes ask whether I actually read, cover-to-cover, all the volumes that come streaming into my office. See the results here. What, you might wonder, is that high-sounding coinage supposed to mean? Think of everything that makes public discourse today a nails-on-chalkboard nightmare: the screaming matches, the hair-trigger outrage, the glib snarking and self-righteous peacocking. The way the gospel does. Plenty of people speak the truth about God and his world, but their manner is abrasive. Others use warm, artful language in the service of half-truths and falsehoods.