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I shared these quotes/excerpts on the blog back in 2012, and thought they were worth sharing again…

“Why does today’s Christian find the reading of great books always beyond him? Certainly intellectual powers do not wane from one generation to another. We are as smart as our fathers, and any thought they could entertain we can entertain if we are sufficiently interested to make the effort. The major cause of the decline in the quality of current Christian literature is not intellectual but spiritual. To enjoy a great religious book requires a degree of consecration to God and detachment from the world that few modern Christians have. The early Christian Fathers, the Mystics, the Puritans, are not hard to understand, but they inhabit the highlands where the air is crisp and rarefied, and none but the God-enamored can come.” A.W. Tozer

“An adventure awaits us in reading Christian books. Once we see the connection between the Word of God and the books we read, we will embark on a search and discovery mission in the expanding field of human knowledge, where all truth is God’s truth and Jesus Christ is the center that holds all things together. A non-reading Christian is a contradiction in terms. With the Bible as our primary source, we read other books that serve as teaching tools for the Holy Spirit in order that we may become men and women of God, ‘thoroughly equipped for every good work.'” David L. McKenna

⇒ See the book review category for Christian book reviews on Enough Light. You’ll find book reviews for 2 of the books in the below photo. Thanks for visiting my blog! So much pulls us on the internet today, that I truly appreciate you spent time here.