R.C. Sproul R.C. Sproul  (1939)
Sin
Not until we take God seriously will we ever take sin seriously.
 
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Advice On Reading Dr Lloyd-Jones
As there must be not less than fifty books by Dr Lloyd-Jones currently in print, there is some danger that the most vital among them may be missed. But how is any differentiation possible? Would any selection of those works thought to warrant first attention simply be the result of a subjective impression? Can any dependable guidance be given on the subject? We think it can.
Iain H. Murray, March 2006
 
Brothers , Read Christian Biography
Hebrews 11 is a divine mandate to read Christian biography.
John Piper, January 1995
 
How do you decide which books to read?
How do you decide which books to read?
1) Largely from other people's recommendations that are within the scope of the kinds of things I want to or have time to read. If other people I trust tell me that something is astonishing and worth my while, I go for it.
They usually read faster than I do, so they read more books than me and know which ones to recommend.
John Piper, May 2008
 
How do you remember what you read?
My memory is not very good, so I don't remember what's in books if I don't make some effort to preserve the content for myself.
John Piper - February 2008
 
The Minister and His Study
'The cloak that I left at Troas with Carpus, bring when thou comest, and the books, especially the parchments.' (2 Timothy 4:13, ASV)
Donald R Lindblad
 
The Perils and Values of Reading
The greatest of dangers is to play off intellectual culture against spiritual fervour - we need them both.
Geraint Fielder
 
The Power of Books and How to Use Them
The Bible is a book. It has changed the world. Some uninspired books have also done tremendous good for the cause of God and truth.
John Piper, December 1986
 
What Do We Read?
Despite the appallingly low level of literacy in the land at present, we in the UK are still a nation of readers.Television, computers, videos and the like have not yet ousted the old-fashioned habit of reading. The charge "Give attendance to reading" (1 Timothy 4:13) is as relevant today as when Paul sent it to his young helper. The question is, however; What do we read?
John M. Brentnall