How to Read a Christian Book

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Baker Books, Jan 1, 2001 - Literary Criticism - 143 pages
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In this handbook on how to read a Christian book, the author teaches readers how to choose a good book, how to judge the quality of books, and how to read Christian books as a spiritual discipline. He shows how to plan personal libraries, providing a list of books to help readers get started and make wise choices.

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Review: How to Read a Christian Book: A Guide to Selecting and Reading Christian Books as a Christian Discipline

User Review  - Cassandra - Goodreads

My favorite aspect of this book was the reading lists in the back. How to Read a Book by Adler is a way better resource as a how-to guide. This book was incredibly short and lacking in depth. He ... Read full review

Review: How to Read a Christian Book: A Guide to Selecting and Reading Christian Books as a Christian Discipline

User Review  - Paul Jeon - Goodreads

A helpful tool for anyone seeking to make his/ her way through the flood of Christian literature out there. Read full review

Contents

Preface
8
Choosing a Christian Book
28
Judging a Christian Book
43
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

McKenna has served as president of Spring Arbor College, Seattle Pacific University and Ashbury Theological Seminary.

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