Previously I posted on my Facebook an article from Tim Challies blog that made theology geeks everywhere shout for joy. The title of the article is “A Secret Way to Kick-Start Your Theological Library” in which he gave tips on how to create a digital library without breaking the bank. Tim listed links of free downloadable theology journals from different seminaries or organizations. He even includes a link on how to use Evernote to save and catalog those fine resources. I already checked those journals and I can attest that they are great resources considering that they are free. So if you don’t want to buy expensive theology book, this article will give you the best alternative.
I do however have my own tips on how to create a digital library of Christian books. Like what Tim Challies gave in his article, it won’t hurt your wallet. In this way, you’re digital tablet will turn into a Christian library that will enhance you Christian walk. Here are some of them that I also love:
Desiring God– Aside from books written by John Piper, there are books by Tony Reinke, Jon Bloom and David Mathis that are worth reading.
The Gospel Coalition– Some basic Christian doctrines are featured here. Books that are author by Kevin DeYoung, Tim Keller and by those names it’s a guarantee that it will be an awesome read.
C. Sproul’s “Crucial Questions Series” – these booklets are free forever and it’s from R. C. Sproul. Nuff said!
Mongerism – Now if you’re into classic stuff from dead preachers or theologians, get your fix here. Features A. W. Pink, J. C. Ryle, Martin Luther, John Calvin and some unfamiliar but great personalities that are waiting for you to discover.
I could like some more but I think that’s enough books that will keep you company. Now for the app I recommend of course Kindle or UB Reader which you can get at Google Play or the App Store. Also please subscribe by to David C. Cook or Kevin Halloran’s blog for weekly free e-book alerts. That’s all for now guys. Happy reading!
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