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Discussion in 'The Literary Forum' started by Rutherglen1794, Apr 29, 2019.
I just can't think of another theological work that rivals the Institutes.
Bavinck's Dogmatics - Enough good theology and philosophy to keep one busy for a lifetime
City of God by Augustine - Contains almost an entire liberal education
A Brakel's The Christian's Reasonable Service - Very helpful, especially on experimental subjects
Gill's commentaries - Best commentary set I know of by one author
The Brothers Karamazov by Dostoevsky - It's a lot of fun, is very insightful, and one needs a break from reading theological works sometimes
Cross of Christ
Bondage of the Will
Institutes by Calvin