Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Must Read: Great Works Of Theology

Must Reading For Your Theological Edification & Education


The following are considered among "great works of theology." This collection of books are must-have editions for your library: Highly recommended reading for your journey in the Christian life. This list is, of course, far from exhaustive (so don't get upset if I did not pick a favorite) but a good place to start if you have not read them. Once you read some of these you will wonder why you spent your precious time on lesser things. I assume you already have a Bible of your own so that is not on the list:

Augustine: Confessions, Anti-Pelagian Writings, On the Trinity

Anselm: Why God Became Man

Bonar, Horatius: The Everlasting Righteousness

Brown, John (of Edinburgh, 1784-1858): Discourses and Sayings of Our Lord Jesus Christ, 3 volume

Charnock, Stephen: The Existence And Attributes Of God

Fairbairn, Patrick: Typology of Scripture

Lloyd-Jones, Martyn: The Sermon on the Mount

Luther: Bondage of the Will

Calvin: Institutes of the Christian Religion

Edwards: Treatise on Religious Affections, Freedom of the Will

Machen: Christianity and Liberalism, What Is Faith?

Owen, John: Sin & Temptation, The Holy Spirit, Glory of Christ, Death of Death, Biblical Theology

Sibbes, Richard: The Bruised Reed

Spurgeon, Charles: Lectures to My Students

Turretin, Francis: Institutes of Elenctic Theology 3 vol. set

Warfield, B.B: The Works of Benjamin B. Warfield

Watson: Body of Divinity

Historical Document: Westminster Confession of Faith

Source: http://www.reformationtheology.com/2006/04/must_reading_for_your_theologi.php

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