Top 4 Books: Owen Strachan
1. Jonathan Edwards: A Life by George Marsden.
A magisterial biography of history's greatest theologian, a man who loved the life of the mind almost as much as he loved preaching the gospel of grace.
2. The Last Lion, Volume Two: Alone, 1932-40 by William Manchester.
Mellifluously unfolds the story of Winston Churchill's courage in identifying the Nazi threat when no one else would speak up.
3. The Cross of Christ by John Stott.
An explosive and deft exposition of the substitutionary atonement of Jesus Christ, the doctrine Satan hates above all (because it is the doctrine of his destruction).
4. Recovering Biblical Manhood & Womanhood edited by John Piper and Wayne Grudem.
Fantastically bold and brave book that opened my eyes to the glory of redeemed manhood and redeemed womanhood.