goodbooks wrote: Thank you, brother! Kind of you. You may be interested that Spurgeon's Old Church has a Pastor with 'A READ FOR THE LORD' scheme. He states: "Read and be challenged" "Your first priority throughout life is to read God‚Äôs Word. Other reading must never raid Bible reading time. Only the Word is infallible and authoritative, and all other books are good only as they promote Bible understanding and application." see His recommendations are in two lists: "Start Up List/Sequel List" here I suspect the poster 'with respect' will have a coronary, but I am happy to by-pass his strange comments. If the Baptist Confession 1689 is biblical then 'sound' books have to be the consensus of more than one mere individual like feeble-minded me! We know that one can never read books & hold to the infallibility of Holy Scripture, yet still be unsound and wrongly apply scripture. Good books are simply that..GOOD BOOKS! A Presbyterian might disagree with the books on Baptism!
You're sounding like a frustrated book seller with an agenda.