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Posted December 31, 2012
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Both of my reviews were written at once, so you should read my review on From the Library of C. S. Lewis: Selections from Writers Who Influenced His Spiritual Journey to get my full opinion.
While From the Library of C.S. Lewis is a beautiful paperback (also previously available in hardcover I think)... From the Library of Charles Spurgeon is a gorgeous jacketed hardcover. Using the images of antique books it is very attractive and definitely attracts the book geek in me.
This one is divided into eight sections that truly provide verbal food for the soul. These books would be awesome for any spiritual library, church, personal or otherwise. They would provided a fascinating apologetics or theology course background.
While I love both books, I like the interior text and formatting of the WaterBrook Multnomah C.S. Lewis best. Yet it is the hardcover and jacket exterior that I appreciate more on the Bethany House Charles Spurgeon book. With that said if James Stuart Bell brings any more of these Library Selections forward, you'll definitely find them on my wishlist. As a matter of fact I think I saw one more out there already!
*Thanks to Bethany House for providing a copy for review.*
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