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Books

Below are books we've found helpful, though, of course, not as accurate or perfect as the Word of God. As far as we can tell, these books are based on the Word of God.


Zvi by Elwood McQuaid

The true story of how a 10-year-old Jewish boy survives the Holocaust, finds life-transforming faith in the Messiah, and becomes God’s man on the streets of Jerusalem.


Foxe's Book of Martyrs edited by W. Grinton Berry

Foxe's Book of Martyrs has become a classic of magnificent courage and faith. This unparalleled volume chronicles the tragic yet triumphant stories of men and women who faced torture and martyrdom rather than deny their vision of truth and of God.


Systematic Theology, 8 Volumes by Lewis Sperry Chafer

This is long, and maybe intended for pastors, but every Christian benefits from knowing Biblical doctrine in depth, and Dr. Chafer's systematic theology covers everything from evidence for the Bible as the Word of God to Trinitarianism to salvation to Calvinism. The link takes you to a costly version (it went up considerably in price), but there is an electronic version available here. These are the texts from which our Systematic Theology class come.


The Green Letters by Miles Stanford

This short book is startling in its statements, and the Scripture to back it up. In addition, Mr. Stanford quotes from Christian writers to provide a very readable yet doctrine-rich book.

The entire book seems to be online at this website: https://bible.org/book/export/html/6371


Walking in Victory by Dennis McCallum

Mr. McCallum provides a true, grace-oriented study of Romans 5-8, giving us a firm foundation to become what we are in Christ. Xenos Christian Fellowship also supports this and other books with free study guides and teacher guides.