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Christianity Today's Best Books of 2022 and 2023

"CT's picks for the books most likely to shape evangelical life, thought, and culture."

Many American readers, and quite a few European ones, may feel their jaws clench at reading the word 'evangelical'. It's true that political manipulation of the American evangelical movements have brought to light appalling conspiracy theories and belief systems that call themselves evangelical. For this reason, I hesitated before including these awards on an Anglican website. But if we step back from current events for a moment, we remember that the term simply refers to Bible-centered teaching in the Church. So we can breathe, and read about these wonderful books. (See links above.)

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