Monday, October 4, 2010

Doctrine: What Christians Should Believe

Doctrine: What Christians Should Believe (RE: Lit)Doctrine: What Christians Should Believe was a completely enjoyable book. After I finished listening to this book, I ordered a hard copy of the book so I could go back through it taking better notes. [Audio Version available here]

It is exactly what it sounds like: a book on Christian Doctrine. It is different than most theology books that I have read. Specifically regarding the format of the book and the breakdown of the topics. Everything is from the perspective of what God is doing. I loved this approach because it gives way for the bigger scope of the Bible.

Though there were a few points and conclusions that I did not agree with, most of those disagreements were left on the sidelines so I could enjoy the great agreements on the big-picture topics!

I highly recommend this book both in hardback and in audio! The Christian Audio version left me feeling like I had just sat down to listen to a direct personal interview with Driscoll and Breshears.


  1. So, do you have cameras in my house to see all the books on my shelf waiting to be read?

    I'm really looking forward to reading Doctrine.

  2. It was a great book. After I listened to the audio version, I had to buy the actual book. Then the other day I found the original sermons that the book is based on. I will have to see if I can find them.


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