Book Recommendations from Worldview/Apologetics Teacher, Or, Mount Calvary Baptist Church Usher Reads The Following Books When Not Ushing

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My friend Brent Cook, BJU apologetics and worldview teacher, gave me permission to post the following list. This is what he wrote to introduce it:

Several have asked for book recommendations related to the classes I’ve taught this semester. Here is a partial list I threw together last night. (“Recommendation” does not imply endorsement of all content.) I’ve also include a general section of fun reads. —B. Cook

All of the following links go to Amazon except the ten or so which were carried by Westminster Books.

Apologetics, Science, and Worldview

Philosophy

Church History

General

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