Sunday, January 01, 2006

Christian Books

Happened to stumble across this link chronicling good Christianity-related books to read.

http://www.yale.edu/ygcf/various/bookshlf.html

Comments pls.

3 comments:

greyhoundbus said...

G.K. Chesterton's 'Orthodoxy' made the list. Hurrah!

I'm also happy to see C.S. Lewis's 'Till We Have Faces' is there. It's not one of his better-known works in Malaysia. It's a beautiful, lyrical work, and one of the reasons I think Lewis was a better storyteller than Tolkien. Heartbreaking, redemptive, and full of of truth... give it a shot if you find it sitting on a bookshelf somewhere.

jacksons said...

I rejoice at the classics like Augustine and Anthanasious, I have learned from Lewis, to read this guys for myself and not depend on another to tell me what they said.

The Hedonese said...

Saw an old and torn copy of "That Hideous Strength" (CS Lewis) on a bookshelf at Pay Less :)

Keep in touch bro! Do a review of Case For Creator for us, will ya?