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Discussion in 'The Literary Forum' started by panicbird, Apr 25, 2004.
A Plea for the Christians, by Athenagorus.
Jonathan Edward's Freedom of the Will
Samuel Miller's Life of Jonathan Edwards
and proofreading David Calderwood's Perth Assembly
I just started Danny Hyde's Jesus Loves the Little Children. After that, I'll most likely read these:
The Lord's Supper by Robert Letham
Called to the Ministry by Ed Clowney
The Valley of Vision
I have The Valley of Vision laying around somewhere.I`ll have to find it!
Well, I am a VERY Slow and deliberate reader. I have been reading it for over a month now, re-reading portions. It is so different than ANYTHING I have ever read, so deep, spiritually thoughtful. I am loving every minute of it.
I have Owen's The Death of Death in the Death of Christ. These 2 Puritan's a VERY Different. Watson is thoroughly readable. Owens is very tough, but equally deep, but deeper in a more scholarly way. I have a Condensed version of Calvin's Institutes and just purchased his Commentaries this past Summer. Excellent resources !
I just purchased that one as well, but have not started it yet...
Absolutely. I missed so much in my reading, and was so hyped up by it I lent it to an unreliable friend, who hasn't returned it in a year and a half! I will get it back.... somehow... some day...
Reading Owen is comparable to wading through chocolate sauce. Thick, heavy, and satisfying. I've had to do the Packer thing and write out the arguments as they form, otherwise I get lost.
I hope you take no offense at the question - none is intended - but may I ask why you would go so many times through a blasphemous pagan document?