Wolverhampton Library Christian Books

For anyone living in Wolverhampton, the central Library has a good selection of Christian books in its lending library. The library regularly clears out any stock which is not being used, so it’s worth borrowing the books just to keep them in circulation:

Justification by Faith – Metcalfe
Outlines of Theology – A.A. Hodge
The Cross of Christ – Stott
Basic Christianity – Stott
Christian Basics – Stott
Christian Theology – McGrath
Christianity: an introduction – McGrath
Theology: the basics – McGrath
A theological introduction to the OT – Birch, Brueggeman
The Sufficiency of Scripture, Noel Weeks
The Theology of Paul – Dunn (New Perspective)

Psalms – Peterson
Psalms Tynale- Kidner BST
Jeremiah – Brueggemann
Matthew Tynale – France BST
Matthew – Morris
John – Hendriksen
Romans – Hodge
Galatians – Stott BST
1 Peter Tynale – Grudem BST

General Christian
Grace Abounding and other spiritual autobiographies – John Bunyan
How to read the bible for all its worth (3rd ed) – Fee & Stuart
The best big ideas for youth groups – Angier & Aiken
Dawkin’s God – McGrath
Who are the evangelicals – Tidball (1994)
Five English Reformers – JC Ryle
Prayer, Yancey
The word & Spirit together, Pawson
Bringing up boys, Dobson
The Birth of the Church, Ivor Davidson
Christian Leaders, J.C. Ryle

The Death of Christian Britain, Callum Brown

(list compiled in 2008)

About neilrobbie

I am a 6'6" formerly ginger Scot, in a cross cultural marriage to my lovely Londoner wife. We've lived in SE Asia and since 2005, I have served as an Anglican minister in Wolverhampton and West Bromwich.
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