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13 Top Christian Book Reviewers

13 Top Christian Book Reviewers

How do you know whether a book is worth buying and reading?

A recommendation by someone you trust helps greatly.

Today we’re linking you thirteen top Christian book reviewers on the Net.

By “Christian book reviewer” we mean a Christian who reviews books from a Christian worldview. This is different from focusing on reviews of Christian books from any perspective.

A “Baker’s Dozen” Christian Book Reviewers

In alphabetical order, here are 13 top Christian book reviewers…

  • Thabiti Anyabwile: Articulate, courageous, informed and informing…
  • Aaron Armstrong: Theologically-astute, fair, focused, challenging, stretching…
  • Tim Challies: Discerning, prolific, quality and quantity, a “Berean” mindset…
  • Nathaniel Claiborne: Fearless, pointed, thorough, engaging…
  • Brian Croft: Pastoral…clear recommendations, a shepherd’s heart, encouraging, to the point…
  • Kevin DeYoung: Robust, blending pastoral ministry and theology, well-spoken, insightful…
  • Brad Hambrick:  Detailed, generous, practical, focused on life change…
  • Bob Kellemen:  Wide-ranging, positive, in-depth, nuanced…
  • David Murray: Enjoyable, comprehensive, seeing with new eyes, thinking outside the box, articulate…
  • Andy Naselli: Robust, theological, cutting-edge…
  • Paul Tautges: Pastoral, practical, gracious, speaking the truth in love…
  • Justin Taylor: Articulate, focused, deep, clear, doesn’t waste words…
  • Trevin Wax:  Enlightening, edifying, instructive, profound…

Bonus: Three Worthy Christian Book Review Sites

In addition to individual book reviewers, we recommend the following three Christian book review sites (listed alphabetically).

Join the Conversation

Which of these reviewers do you read and enjoy? What additional Christian book reviewers would you add to this list? Why?

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