Review: From the Library of A. W. Tozer: Selections From Writers Who Influenced His Spiritual JourneyPosted: May 27th, 2011 | Author: C.R. Mooney | Filed under: Book Reviews | 1 Comment »
It’s been said that you can learn a lot about a man by the company he keeps, if that truly is the case, A.W. Tozer was a great man. From evangelists and preachers, to mystics and monks, James Stuart Bell gathered excerpts from the books that shaped Tozer into one of the greatest preachers of his generation.
“From the Library of A. W. Tozer” has a great index so you can quickly find writings of interest, as well as a list of publications that were used, many of which I will be adding to my library.
The selections are only a couple pages, which makes it great for devotional reading. The content is so rich, I couldn’t consume more than that at a time anyway. This will be a staple in my library, and something I will pick up over and again through the years.
So go and get a copy of this one, because there’s no way you’re borrowing mine.
Thank you to Bethany House Publishers who provided this copy to me free of charge for review. A positive review was not required.