The Gospel Coalition came out with the listing of the top books for 2019. Two of the authors on that list this blog has written about. This is a brief post to let people become aware and familiar with what books The Gospel Coalition is promoting.
“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.“
“I am the vine; you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing.
John 15:5 NIV
Ivan Mesa at The Gospel Coalition published the top books for the year of 2019. These books cover a number of different fields from academic theology to popular theology, history and much more. Two of the people on the list, Kathryn Butler and Rebecca McLaughlin have been written about at this blog. Kathryn Butler is one of the individuals promoting complementarian theology at Desiring God. You can read those articles about Kathryn Butler in, “Critique on Kathryn Butler’s “From Medical Doctor to Stay-at-Home Mom” at Desiring God as Coming from the Son of a Neurosurgeon” and “Why I Would Not Want Kathryn Butler to be My Physician.” Rebecca McLaughlin’s book was reviewed on the national Evangelical Free Church of America blog. You can read my article about that in, “Jane Schaible Contributes to a Post for the National EFCA Blog on Rebecca McLaughlin’s Confronting Christianity. When will the Employee of Josh Black’s First Free Wichita Acknowledge how Corruption Causes People to Lose Faith to?” You can look at the other books featured in this Gospel Coalition post in, “The Gospel Coalition 2019 Book Awards.”