Read any good books lately? If so, vote for your favorite from this year’s offerings in our fifth annual Readers’-choice Book Awards.

We need your help. Our goal is to find the book that has had the most significant impact on the evangelical community in the past year. Please choose from the list of publisher-nominated books for this year’s contest, or write in your own choice.

The results will be published in our April 4, 1994, issue.

To vote, just fill in your ballot, tear out this sheet, and mail it by January 15, 1994, to:

Book of the Year


465 Gudersen Drive

Carol Stream, Illinois 60188

Who is your favorite author?

What theologian or biblical scholar has most shaped your Christian life?

What is your favorite biography?

What book best articulates your Christian convictions or commitments?


101. Ashamed of the Gospel, John F. MacArthur

102. Bitter Roots, John Moore

103. The Body, Charles Colson

104. The Book of Daily Prayer, Robert Webber

105. The Book of Virtues, William J. Bennett

106. Christianity in Crisis, Hank Hanegraaff

107. A Church for the Twenty-first Century, Leith Anderson

108. Contemporary Christian, John R. W. Stott

109. Descending into Greatness, Bill Hybels and Rob Wilkins

110. Disciplines of Grace, R. Kent Hughes

111. Exit Interviews: Revealing Stories of Why People Are Leaving Church, William Hendricks

112. Finding God, Larry Crabb

113. Finding the Love of Your Life, Neil Clark Warren

114. Further Along the Road Less Traveled, M. Scott Peck

115. He Still Moves Stones, Max Lucado

116. Kneeling in Jerusalem, Ann Weems

117. L.A. Justice, Robert Vernon

118. Living Free in Christ, Neil Anderson

119. The Masculine Journey: Understanding the Six Stages of Manhood, Robert Hicks

120. The Message: ...

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