More Word Association with Book Titles

A few weeks ago, I played a word association game with random books in my library. I chose 15 books at random attempted to summarize the entire book in 1 word. Unfortunately, I left off the word for Calvin’s Institutes of the Christian Religion, which is was the word “FOUNDATONAL.”

I am going to play this game again, because I had too much fun with it. Many of these books have received reviews or blurbs in the past on my blog – just in case you want to read more about any of them.

Let’s go!

  1. Arminian Theology: Myths and Realities by Roger E. Olson. NECESSARY
  2. Dedication and Leadership by Douglas Hyde. SURPRISING
  3. Federal Husband by Douglas Wilson. REACHING
  4. Fool’s Gold? by John MacArthur. BIBLICAL
  5. Helping without Hurting in Church Benevolence: A Practical Guide to Walling with Low Income People by Steve Corbett and Brian Fikkert. NEEDED
  6. The Holy War by John Bunyan. CONVICTING
  7. The Life and Times of Jesus the Messiah by Alfred Edersheim. INDESPENDABLE
  8. Made In His Image: The Fallacy of the User-Friendly God by Steven J. Lawson. FIERY
  9. The Matthew 16 Controversy: Peter and the Rock by William Webster. LABORIOUS
  10. The Ministry of Intercessory Prayer by Andrew Murray. INSPIRING
  11. The Reason for My Hope by Billy Graham. THANKFUL
  12. Spiritual Junk Food by Cathy Mickels and Audrey McKeever. FRIGHTENING
  13. Systematic Theology by Louis Berkhof. WORSHIPFUL
  14. A Theology of Biblical Counseling: The Doctrinal Foundations of Counseling Ministry by Heath Lambert. LIFE-CHANGING
  15. With the Master in the Fullness of Joy: A Ladies Bible Study on the Book of Philippians by Susa Heck. MOTHERLY

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