Book Review: The Mystery of the Lord’s Supper

The Mystery Of The Lord's Supper (Vintage Puritan)The Mystery Of The Lord’s Supper by Thomas Watson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Watson is probably my favorite Puritan to read. I’m not a big Puritan fan altogether, and I am especially not a fan of modern Puritan wannabes. His approach is more theological and allegorical than exegetical, which is not unusual for Puritans. He is Christ-centered, devotional, and practical, which is where the book shines.

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Book Review: What is the Lord’s Supper?

What Is The Lord's Supper? (Crucial Questions #16)What Is The Lord’s Supper? by R.C. Sproul
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This brief book is a part of the Crucial Questions series. Sproul had such a clear and concise style, this is an easy read. There are some points I am always going to differ with him, but there was a lot of good in this book. He does give quite a bit of space to historical issues surrounding the Lord’s Supper that may be more or less relevant depending on the reader’s background.

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Book Review: Understanding the Lord’s Supper

Understanding The Lord's SupperUnderstanding The Lord’s Supper by Bobby Jamieson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is a helpful book. Jamieson blends theological and practical considerations in a brief book. I differed in a few points and noticed it was where Jamieson’s points were farthest from any scriptural text. Overall good treatment.

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