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Books I Recommend: Reformed Theology

Who would have predicted the contemporary resurgence of Reformed theology? Nevertheless, it has proven a major force in the Christian world of late. Here are several book recommendations on the subject of Reformed theology.

Top Recommendation

Putting Amazing Back Into Grace by Michael Horton.

I do not use the term life-changing easily, but I do not believe it would be unfair to say that this book can change a life. It is a stunning portrayal of the doctrines of grace and one I know I will return to often. I give it my wholehearted recommendation for all believers. If you do not know the doctrines of grace, read this book and discover them for yourself. If you do, read this book to rediscover their greatness. This book will leave you in awe before the greatness of our God.

Other Recommendations

  • What Is Reformed Theology? by R.C. Sproul – This is a classic.
  • Five Points by John Piper – This is John Piper’s explanation of why he holds to the doctrines he has taught for all these years.
  • Killing Calvinism by Greg Dutcher – Dutcher writes to New Calvinists and warns of several ways they could derail some great theology.
  • The Doctrines of Grace by James Montgomery Boice
  • The Reformation by Stephen Nichols – It may do you good to revisit the Reformation and see where these doctrines grew up.
  • Young, Restless, Reformed by Collin Hansen – Hansen traces the roots of this Reformed resurgence.