Top Ten Christian Books | The Theonauts

To celebrate 30 episodes, today The Theonauts will be discussing the Christian books they have found inspiration in over the years. This was a hard list to compose because history has seen so many solid theologians with a penchant for writing their thoughts down. Even today there are so many great Christian thinkers writing books.

David and Jeremiah have each compiled the top Christian books that have influenced them in some way and try to articulate how and why. Join us as we dive into this literary adventure!

David’s Top Ten Christian Books

  1. Commentary on Galatians – Martin Luther
  2. The Pilgrim’s Progress: From This World to That Which Is to Come – John Bunyan
  3. The Hole in Our Gospel – Richard Stearns
  4. The Screwtape Letters – CS Lewis
  5. The Witness of the Stars – EW Bullinger
  6. The Death of the Custodian – W Carl Ketcherside
  7. Cosmic Codes: Hidden Messages From the Edge of Eternity – Chuck Missler
  8. Mere Christianity – CS Lewis
  9. The Way of Agape: Understanding God’s Love – Nancy Missler
  10. Free in Christ – Cecil Hook

Jeremiah’s Top Ten Christian Books

  1. Mere Christianity – CS Lewis
  2. The Ragamuffin Gospel – Brennan Manning
  3. The Cost of Discipleship – Dietrich Bonhoeffer
  4. The Imitation of Christ – Thomas Kempis
  5. Confessions – St. Augustine
  6. The Four Loves – CS Lewis
  7. Desiring God – John Piper
  8. The Great Divorce – CS Lewis
  9. The Pilgrim’s Progress: From This World to That Which Is to Come – John Bunyan
  10. Orthodoxy – GK Chesterton

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  • Mandy

    I’m late in chiming in on this episode, but I’ll share one of my favorite Christian books, The 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman. It has been the single most important resource for growing my marriage and helping me to understand how my husband thinks.

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