Welcome to the Sight Bookshop!

Welcome to Sight’s temporary bookshop. Here you’ll find books that we recommend along with links to our reviews and book-related discussions (for all our past reviews, see www.sightmagazine.com.au/books.php). So grab a coffee and have a browse…

Timely? With the death of Chuck Colson this week, why not take a look at Born Again, first published in 1976 soon after his release from prison (for more on Colson, see our report of his death here.)

Here are some initial recommendations by Sight contributors…

What’s So Amazing About Grace? – Phillip Yancey. Getting a little old now but a classic. Yancey challenges us with grace not law. – Paul Clark.

One.Life: Jesus Calls, We Follow – Scot McKnight. This book details with great clarity what the real message of Jesus is – the kingdom of God – and how we can dedicate the whole of our one life to him and his cause. – Nils von Kalm.

Not for Sale: The Return of the Global Slave Trade–and How We Can Fight It – David Batstone. A gripping book that highlights not only the insidious trade in human lives but also the inspiring accounts of current day abolitionists fighting the good fight against this evil epidemic. – Nell Potter.

Blue Like Jazz: Nonreligious Thoughts on Christian Spirituality – Donald Miller. All about journeying life with God, this is a collection of autobiographical personal reflections. Plenty of food for thought. – David Adams.

Looking for a cracking good New Testament translation? Heinz W. Cassirer God’s New Covenant: A New Testament Translation (1988). Amazingly fresh! – Bruce C. Wearne.

What book would you recommend? Have your say below…

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2 Responses to Welcome to the Sight Bookshop!

  1. Deb Mackie says:

    I really enjoyed ‘The Shack’ by WM Paul Young. Helped to make God more personal to me.

  2. Thanks Deb – that is a good one!

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