Recommended Reading



Understanding the Bible

The ESV Study Bible
Far as the Curse is Found, Michael Williams
The New Testament: An Introduction to its Literature and History, J Gresham Machen

Christian Thought

The Reason for God, Tim Keller
Counterfeit Gods, Tim Keller
Reasons for Faith, Scott Oliphint
The Certainty of Faith, Herman Bavinck
Redeeming Science, Vern Poythress

The Christian Life

By Grace Alone, Sinclair Ferguson
The Golden Booklet of the True Christian Life, John Calvin
The Prodigal God, Tim Keller
A Praying Life, Paul Miller
A Quest for More, Paul David Tripp
The Mortification of Sin, John Owen
Holiness, J.C. Ryle
Evangelism & the Sovereignty of God, J. I. Packer
When People Are Big & God Is Small, Ed Welch
How People Change, Paul Tripp and Tim Lane


Relationships: A Mess Worth Making, Lane and Tripp
Instruments in the Redeemer’s Hands, Lane and Tripp
When Sinners Say I Do, Dave Harvey
What Did You Expect, Paul David Tripp
Marriage Matters, Winston Smith
Shepherding A Child’s Heart, Ted Tripp
Age of Opportunity, Paul David Tripp

The Church

Welcome to a Reformed Church, Daniel Hyde
What Is the Mission of the Church, Kevin DeYoung & Greg Gilbert
How Jesus Runs the Church, Guy Waters
On Being Presbyterian, Sean Lucas
The Church, Edmund Clowney

Christian Doctrine

The Christian Life, Sinclair Ferguson
Truth For All Time, John Calvin
Knowing God, J. I. Packer
The Westminster Confession of Faith
The Westminster Larger & Shorter Catechisms
The Christian View of Man, J. Gresham Machen
Redemption Accomplished & Applied, John Murray
Jesus Loves the Little Children: why we baptize children, Daniel Hyde
The Lord’s Supper, Robert Letham
Our Reasonable Faith, Herman Bavinck
By Faith Not By Sight, Richard B. Gaffin
The Holy Spirit, Sinclair Ferguson
The Plan of Salvation, B. B. Warfield
The Canon of Scripture, F. F. Bruce

For Parents of Youth

“Unbelievable?” Podcast, Alister McGrath debate with Jim Al-Khalili. This conversation between renowned Christian apologist Alister McGrath and atheist Jim Al-Khalili is a wonderful example of civil dialogue between Christians and non-Christians. More than that, McGrath is a model of explaining the Christian faith reasonably and with great intellectual power.
Moralistic Interpretations of Scripture
Hurt by Chap Clark
Age of Opportunity by Paul David Tripp



Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation
Reformed University Fellowship
Westminster Bookstore
Christianity Explored
Two Ways to Live
Reformation 21
The Aquila Report
John Larson’s Blog: Presbyterian Mixture


A Simple Way to Pray by Martin Luther