Word Association Game with Books

I am going to attempt to play a word association game with random books in my library. The way this will work is that I will pick 15 books at random from my personal library and try to summarize the entire book in 1 word. How they will be chosen would require a very nerdy explanation, which I won’t bore you with in this blog post.

The word I choose will hopefully be a word that both tells you a little about the book and is also in the spirit of a book review. Thus, I hope to compel you to read the book or encourage you to stay away.

Let’s go!

  1. Redating Matthew, Mark, & Luke: A Fresh Assault on the Synoptic Problem by John Wenham. COMPLICATED
  2. Lectures to My Students by C.H. Spurgeon. INSPIRING
  3. The Death of the Messiah (2 volumes) by Raymond E. Brown. MOVING
  4. The Vine Project by Colin Marshall and Tony Payne. FORMATIVE
  5. A New Kind of Christian: A Tale of Two Friends on a Spiritual Journey by Brian D. McLaren. BIZARRE
  6. Faith Alone: A Daily Devotional by Martin Luther. THEOLOGICAL
  7. Your Adversary the Devil by J. Dwight Pentecost. ENLIGHTENING
  8. Reformation Europe: Age of Reform and Revolution by De Lamar Jensen. YAWN
  9. Anointed Expository Preaching by Stephen E. Olford. EQUIPPING
  10. Seeking God by Richard Mayhue. DEVOTIONAL
  11. The Knowledge of the Holy by A.W. Tozer. WORSHIPFUL
  12. The Battle for the Beginning: The Bible on Creation and the Fall of Adam by John MacArthur. SCIENTIFIC
  13. Tender Warrior: God’s Intention for a Man by Stu Weber. EISEGESIS
  14. The Last Christian Generation by Josh McDowell
  15. Institutes of the Christian Religion (2 volumes) by John Calvin. FOUNDATIONAL

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