No matter how religious you are, 2020 has proven to be a great year for Christian spiritual books. Whether you are after education or a better understanding of certain aspects, here are some of the best Christian spiritual books of 2020.

Make One Sound, by Michael Collins

Make One Sound covers a topic that many people often overlook. There is a wide division among churches and each religion features its own beliefs. However, there is one message in most churches that everyone seems to overlook. You have to see the same thing, speak the same thing, make one sound. In other words, this book raises a question that may become more popular later on – is there one God only? Michael Collins aims to explain the concept behind this saying.

Cultural Apologetics: Renewing The Christian Voice, Conscience, And Imagination In A Disenchanted World, by Paul M. Gould

In a world where people try to bring God closer to them and match him with all human limitations, Paul M. Gould comes up with another approach – how about helping people raise towards God in order to understand all these unknown concepts? It sounds like a challenging approach, but as you go through this book, you will come up with a different approach in terms of religion – more respect and peace, as well as firmer beliefs.

Light From Distant Stars, by Shawn Smucker

Light From Distant Stars follows the story of Cohen Marah. His father is found injured one day. At this point, the story takes an unusual turn, as everyone asks – who did it? Shawn Smucker puts the story in a different light – did Cohen do it? As the book goes back into its past, the reader goes through some of his darkest memories involving his family. You will have to go to the end in order to determine whether it was Cohen's conscience or a stranger.

Throw, by Ruben Degollado

Throw can qualify among the best Christian spiritual books of 2020 without actually helping you understand God and religion. Instead, it tells the realistic and tough story of a culture – the Mexican-American mix of culture from the southern side of Texas. Apart from everyday happenings, Christianity kicks in as a term of forgiveness and hope in God. The story is touching and will most likely give you a new perspective in how far God's helping hands can go.

Anointed With Oil: How Christianity And Crude Made Modern America, by Darren Dochuk

Darren Dochuk follows the evolution of religion into modern America's lifestyle. The book explains how religion has become such an important aspect in the local culture. The story mixes in religion, commerce and economics. At some point, readers will end up asking themselves – is God real? Is oil the new religious aspect in modern America? Deep thoughts and a few controversies can have everyone raise a few question marks.

Women In God's Mission: Accepting The Invitation To Serve And Lead, by Mary Lederleitner

This book might feel a bit complicated as you go through it, but things start coming together like a puzzle later on. The book is excellent for both men and women. Men need to read it in order to understand how to help women in various missions to promote God's will, while women will have to read it to encourage and empower themselves with the right mindset.

Bottom line, these are some of the best Christian spiritual books of 2020. Whether you are looking for a bit of fiction, an intriguing book or a helpful explanation in terms of religion, 2020 is a great year for Christian spiritual books.​​