Welcome to my bookshelf! On this page I wanted to share with everyone some of the books I have read and found to be beneficial to my faith and intellectual development. There are even some works I must credit with being life changing. You may know some of them and you may not, but I think it’s important that we share the truth that makes us free. I will be adding more to this list in the future as my library grows. I hope that you find them useful and if nothing more expose you to some writers/works that you may not know. I am not selling these books. However, if your level of interest leads you to purchase them you may click on the cover of each book and it will link you to amazon.com where you may purchase and read even more reviews on the book. Thank you for visiting once again and God Bless.
This may be one of the most important books written in our times. President of Kings College, Dinesh D’ Souza presents a work that I believe every Christian should read in his or her lifetime. He puts into the believers hand the knowledge to answer the cynics and critics of Christianity with biblical reason. It’s a great book for those who have questions and don’t believe, but it excels as a handbook for those who know Christianity is great but can’t explain why.
In my opinion this is one of the most concise commentaries on the harm done in the past and present by those who consider themselves the smartest among us. Intellectuals and Society goes beyond examining the superficial nature of ideas and gives insight into the actual consequences of such ideas. No book is more relevant for the times we live in.
I have to credit this book with changing my social and political ideology forever. This was the first book I ever read by Thomas Sowell. This work will challenge your ideas of justice, equality and your pursuit of both. With a stunning array of facts, evidence and logic matured over years of thinking, Sowell will teach you the importance of properly defining what we say we desire for society. It can be summed up by a quote from Socrates used in the book “….justice, if only we knew what it was.”
This is one the greatest books for examining the relevance of the Christian message in every generation. For those who wrestle with questions and want to put Jesus and Christianity under the microscope, this book is for you. Dr. Zacharias puts Christ and Christianity on the scale with other religions and as always, Jesus leaves them all wanting.
First published in 1982, Dr. Cole wrote what I consider to be the roadmap for the masculine soul. With a bold and unvarnished approach to the tough topics that men wrestle with, Maximized Manhood will clear a path for every male who wants to be a man.
This book shines a light on the importance of the Second Amendment. Mr. Williams gives a salient account of racial prejudice in the Jim Crow south while clearly explaining why self-defense was a necessary deterrent to the constant threat of violence from the lawless citizenry of Monroe, North Carolina.