What should I review?

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I’m in the very fortunate position to receive many great books (and a few not-so-great ones, too) from evangelical publishers—so much so I can’t possibly read them all in a given year. But I can read some of them. That’s where I need your help:

I want to know what book you want me to read and review.

The last time I tried this, you all were a huge help, so much so, I wound up reviewing two of the books you all were requesting (The Gospel Transformation Bible and Delighting in the Law of the Lord), so I’m really interested to see which book you want me to review. Here’s a list of five options I’m considering:

…or something else! If these choices look a bit too “safe,” recommend something else!

So how about it—if I were going to review one of these books, which should it be?

Let me know in the comments over the next couple days, and I’ll name the winner early next week.


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  • Timothy Paul Jones

    PROOF

    • Mark Tubbs

      You WOULD say that. ;-)

  • doughibbard

    Do “Fight.” That way you get around to reading it…which I need to do as well.

  • Debi Martin

    Everyone’s a Theologian. I have it but haven’t read it yet. I’m having a hard time getting to my own books cuz i keep requesting review books. hmm, maybe I need to stop that. :-)

  • Matthew

    I’m thinking Yawning at Tigers. Sounds charismatic to me, which is always fun. :-)

    Also, I’m curious if Everyone’s a Theologian is written at a popular level or an academic level. I think that in itself could either further or undermine the book’s thesis.

    • http://www.bloggingtheologically.com Aaron Armstrong

      Everyone’s a Theologian is definitely written in a popular tone (or at least as popular as Sproul gets).

  • http://www.ImAllBooked.com/ ImAllBooked

    Sproul, ftw!

  • http://annlbeaulieu.com Ann L Beaulieu

    I would love a book review on Facing Leviathan. You are going to have trouble here… different ideas from all of us! :)

  • Amber

    The grace one or Fight.

    • http://www.bloggingtheologically.com Aaron Armstrong

      Proof or Fight, huh?

  • joeycochran

    I say PROOF. You’ll really enjoy it. I know I did!

  • http://christfocusedliving.wordpress.com/ John Coakley, Jr.

    Proof or Leviathan…they both sound like they would be good reads.

  • 1redthread

    Everyone’s a Theologian or Proof! I’m leaning towards Proof because I already have the RC Sproul book (it’s on my summer reading list).

  • http://www.bloggingtheologically.com Aaron Armstrong

    Alright, I’m sensing a theme there. Y’all seem to really want me to review PROOF.