Expositions on the Epistle of James:
As I work through a study on the book of James, here are some of the commentaries I looked at (a mention of them here does not necessarily mean I fully endorse them, but that I consulted them for research).
Faith That Works: Studies in the Epistle of James by Homer A. Kent
Expository Notes on the Epistle of James by H.A. Ironside
To Love God and to Love Others: A Devotional Commentary on James by William Varner: I enjoy learning much from Dr. Varner and recommend any resource you can find by him; unfortunately, I have only found this particular commentary on Logos and am not sure where else you can pick it up from.
Expositions of Scripture:
Expositions of History:
The historical biographies and references from this past month.
Dodge City by Tom Clavin: An intriguing book about the exploits of the old west.
The American Spirit by David McCullough: While needing to overlook some of the secular reasoning in this series of essays, there are some great thoughts in here. As a general rule, if David McCullough writes it, then the people should read it.
Belgrano by Diego Valenzuela & Mercedes Sanguineti: This book is in Spanish and gives a historical account of Belgrano, a man who had great influence on the development of Argentina.
Laughs, Luck, & Lucy by Jess Oppenheimer: An inside look into Lucille Ball and the I Love Lucy show. While enjoying Lucille Ball, I did not find this book as enjoyable and would urge readers to search out other biographies.
Expositions of Fiction