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At the beginning of the twenty-first century, readers have a dizzying selection of Christian books from which to choose. Those wondering where to start have a helpful new resource in How to Read a Christian Book.
After an introductory chapter explaining the importance of reading Christian books, the author teaches readers how to choose a good book, how to judge the quality of books, and how to read Christian books as a spiritual discipline. He shows how to plan personal libraries, providing a list of books to help readers get started and make wise choices.
McKenna takes all this one step further by selecting what he considers "classics" and developing a reading program. This thorough resource provides not only a list of the very best books in all the various disciplines (fiction, spirituality, etc.), but an excellent reading program as well.
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