I think that the current series of book-buying has come to a conclusion

For those who aren't aware, I tend to buy books in spurts, and then sometimes will go a relatively lengthy stretch without buying anything while I attempt to catch up to what's on my bookshelf.

Today, arrived in the mail a used copy of Michael Horton's book A Better Way. Anyone heard of him before - just wondering if any of you will pick up on (either) connection.

I'm still awaiting one book in the mail, but it was a freebie so I'm not really counting it. More to come on that freebie whenever I finally get around to reading it.


I got together with some friends today and this book was hauled out and recommended. I haven't read it, but I have read some of Horton's other stuff. His book "Made in America: the Shaping of Modern American Evangelicalism" is really good -- but I think it's out of print, abebooks.com is listing several used copies for $5-10 US. I've also really enjoyed his book "Putting the Amazing Back into Grace."