3 Books That Should Be on Your Radar

Is there anything better than a good book? Christians are blessed with a myriad of prolific authors who contribute to our instruction in the faith. Here are three new/impending titles that I highly recommend you get your hands on soon.

1. How to Lose a Kingdom in 400 Years: A Guide to 1–2 Kings by Michael Whitworth

Michael Whitworth continues to build on his collection of relevant guides to God’s word with How to Lose a Kingdom in 400 Years. From what I hear, brother Whitworth does another masterful job with his treatment of 1-2 Kings. Though I am waiting for my copy to arrive (it’s in the mail), Whitworth’s writing style is sure to make his rehashing of this biblical time period something special. Hiram and I have been connoisseurs of all things Start2Finish for some time now and are excited How to Lose a Kingdom in 400 Years is now released.

How to Lose a Kingdom in 400 Years is available on Amazon and, for 15% off, on his website Start2Finish.org.

2. Forgiven, Forgiving, & Free by Dan Winkler

Last semester I had the absolute privilege of taking brother Dan’s class on Hebrews at Freed-Hardeman University. His personal experiences and his rich knowledge of the Scriptures will make this book worth way more than the $9.99 it’s listed for. Dan Winkler is a favorite preacher for many and I don’t think I’ve ever met a more compassionate or godly man.

Dan’s book can be purchased from his website here.

3. You Are a Theologian: Thinking Right About God by Ben Giselbach

Ben Giselbach’s second book in what appears to be a You Are a Theologian series is sure to inform and encourage. It’s not yet available for purchase/pre-purchase, but it is currently in the works according to a recent Facebook post and should be available soon. Stay posted on Ben’s site for more or check out the highly recommended predecessor, Thinking Right About the Bible here.


Forest Antemesaris

University minister at the Finger church of Christ in Finger, TN. Florida School of Preaching graduate. Bible major at Freed-Hardeman University. Former atheist. Passionate about Jesus, apologetics, and dark roast coffee.