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Updated: Oct 31, 2020

Latimer Trust Monthly Reading List – September 2020

This is a summary of recent books read by Martin Davie, compiling his evaluations and the commendations of others.

None Greater – The Undomesticated Attributes of God

by Matthew Barrett

This is a book which clergy ought read themselves to refresh their own understanding of what God is like, but also a book which they should make their lay people aware of and which they should encourage them to read.

Live Not by Lies – A Manual for Christian Dissidents

by Rod Dreher

Christians in this country need to prepare themselves for the ‘long resistance’ and to learn from the Soviet bloc dissidents about how to do this. A book that all thinking Christians concerned about the future of the faith in Western society need to read.

Radical Gratitude: Recalibrating Your Heart in an Age of Entitlement

by Peter Maiden

This important book shows theologically why Christians should be humble, grateful, and contented people and it contains many helpful practical suggestions about how to cultivate humility, gratitude and contentment.

Where Is God in All the Suffering?

by Amy Orr Ewing

This is a book which Christians should buy as a resource for their own thinking and as a resource they can lend or give away to serious enquirers for whom the issue of suffering is a stumbling block to their coming to faith.

Why Being Yourself is a Bad Idea: And Other Countercultural Notions

by Graham Tomlin

This is an excellent work of Christian apologetics. It challenges the common assumption that Christianity has nothing to say to people today, by showing how Christian belief in God, the incarnation, and the significance of Jesus’ death and resurrection, answers the basic questions people today still have about the nature of human existence and what it means to live well.

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Martin Davie is a research fellow with the Latimer Trust. He is the author of several books some of which you can find in our website. Click here to see Martin's books.



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