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OLIVET LIBRARY NEWS:

October 2017

Reformation Sunday will hold special meaning this year.  As mentioned in a previous article, Olivet Library has acquired several books to not only highlight the Reformation but also Martin Luther’s life in general.  Additional books that may be of interest include the following:

WHY THE REFORMATION STILL MATTERS: by Michael Reeves (270.6 Re)

Reeves makes a compelling case for Christians to study, understand, celebrate and apply the Reformation in our lives and our churches of today.

THE CASE FOR GRACE:  A JOURNALIST EXPLORES THE EVIDENCE OF TRANSFORMED LIVES: by Lee Strobel

Lee Strobel was a spiritual skeptic and atheist.  In this book he chronicles his long journey toward grace and weaves it around stories of God’s intervention in the lives of people.

PRINCIPLES OF LUTHERAN THEOLOGY: by Carol Braaten (230.4 Br)

This is an updated version of the classic manifesto of the reform movement written by Carl E. Braaten one of the leading theologians in American Lutheranism.

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