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  • Bible Doctrine Second Edition


    Explore Answers to Life’s Most Important Theological Questions. Over 175,000 Copies Sold!

    How do we know the Bible is God’s Word? What is sin and where did it come from? How is Jesus fully God and fully man? What are spiritual gifts? When and how will Christ return?

    If you’ve asked questions like these, then systematic theology is no abstract term. It’s an approach to finding answers every Christian needs to know. The second edition of Bible Doctrine takes a widely used upper-level textbook on systematic theology and makes it accessible. Abridged from the second edition of Wayne Grudem’s award-winning Systematic Theology, Bible Doctrine covers the same essentials of the faith, giving you a firm grasp on seven key topics:

    *The Doctrine of the Word of God
    *The Doctrine of God
    *The Doctrine of Man
    *The Doctrine of Christ
    *The Doctrine of the Application of Redemption
    *The Doctrine of the Church
    *The Doctrine of the Future.

    You don’t need to have had several years of Bible college or seminary training to reap the benefits of Bible Doctrine. It’s easy to understand and packed with biblical answers to your most pressing theological questions.

    This new edition now includes:
    *New, thoughtful critiques of open theism, the new perspective on Paul, Molinism (or “middle knowledge”), “Free Grace” theology, and the preterist view of Christ’s second coming

    *Completely revised, stronger chapter on the clarity of ScriptureCompletely revised, stronger chapter on creation and evolution. New discussion of how biblical inerrancy applies to some specific “problem verses” in the Gospels

    *Additional material respectfully explaining evangelical Protestant differences with Roman Catholicism (with extensive interaction with the Catechism of the Roman Catholic Church), Protestant liberalism, and Mormonism

    *Completely updated bibliographies

    *All Scripture quotations updated from RSV to ESV

    *An explanation of why monogenes in John 3:16 and elsewhere should be translated as “only begotten” rather than merely “only”

    *An extensive discussion on the eternal submission of the Son to the Father

    *A discussion of recent criticisms of the penal substitutionary view of the atonement

    *Numerous other updates and corrections that have be prompted by letters and emails from people around the world and by interaction with the students Wayne has taught over the last 26 years both at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and at Phoenix Seminary

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  • Case For Faith For Kids (Revised)


    Why does God allow bad things to happen? Can you have doubts and still be a Christian? Kids ages 8-12 can join in this incredible search for the truth about faith in this book based on the bestselling The Case for Faith by award-winning author Lee Strobel, written in kid-friendly language that helps young readers explore their own beliefs decide for themselves why believing in Jesus and Christianity makes good sense.

    Here’s a book that finally tackles the most important questions about the toughest questions surrounding faith kids often ask and wonder. This updated version of The Case for Faith for Kids is packed full of well-researched, reliable, and eye-opening investigations Lee conducted to test why people believe in Jesus, and the truths that support those beliefs. Throughout, Strobel uses his skills as an award-winning legal journalist to examine the historical records, eyewitness testimonies, and scientific evidence for faith, including Jesus’s resurrection and miracles.

    Like Strobel, will you be convinced by the evidence? What will your verdict be in The Case for Faith? The Case for Faith for Kids:

    *Is written specifically for readers ages 8-12, presented in a way that is logical and easy to understand

    *Is perfect for encouraging a child’s faith development, and is also ideal for homeschool use or as a first communion gift for boys or girls

    *Is packed full of well-researched, reliable, and eye-opening investigations of some of the toughest questions kids have about faith and Christianity

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  • Tears In The Desert


    Eleven-year-old Raine Hunter’s family moves from the town of Blackheart Bay, Nova Scotia to Desolation Creek in the Australian Outback, where her father will begin pastoring a small church. But not long after they begin their new lives, a tragedy befalls the family.

    Devastated, Raine’s parents leave the ministry and move their family back to Blackheart Bay. There, Raine grows into a young woman but is haunted by the guilt she lives with because of the tragedy, and the accusation and anger she sees in her father’s eyes whenever she looks at him. At eighteen, after an ugly quarrel with her father, Raine leaves home and moves to Halifax.

    Years later, Raine’s father has suffered a heart attack, and her brother, a widowed youth pastor with two young daughters, has vanished under suspicious circumstances. Raine reluctantly returns to her hometown, struggling with bitterness for her father, fear for her missing brother, and the responsibility of caring for her nieces.

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  • Leaving Faith Behind


    Leaving Faith Behind gives voice to women and men who were born into Muslim families and communities, but who have made the decision to leave Islam or to dissent against some of the most significant aspects of Islamic doctrine.

    Aliyah, who realized as a young woman that she did not have to live by rigid rules and concepts that suffocated her true self.

    Hassan, who became a practicing Muslim in his teens, but for whom doubts led him to leave the faith in his fifties.

    Jimmy, banished from his home and family when he was discovered to be gay.

    Marwa, who keeps secret from her community the fact that she can no longer practice a religion that she believes degrades and denies basic rights to women.

    Aisha, for whom the journey from belief to disbelief was a gradual process involving personal challenge and confrontations with friends and family.

    As increasing numbers of people in Western society choose to turn away from organized religion, this book allows the stories of some of them to be heard: the reasons for their decisions to leave, the challenges of leaving, and the effects on their lives and relationships. It also captures portraits of life and culture within Muslim communities in our fast-changing world, and how they are reacting and responding to migration, secularization, more inclusive attitudes to gender and sexuality, and other trends of modern society.

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  • Mystery Of Faith


    Would you like to not just go to Mass, but learn to live the Eucharist?

    Now comes a clear and compassionate voice of encouragement, reflection, and inspiration.

    “I am really shaken when I begin to realize that in the palm of my hand is the one true God who rules the world, the One upon whom every nerve and tissue depends. Finally I may get to see that He allows me to adore Him in the palm of my hands at least for a moment as He only has me. He only has me. I am everything for Him. I need Him to be everything for me. He comes to me in an unexpectedly riveting way. I try to respond to these unusual words of His love. After all, I have nothing, nobody; truly I have only Him. If I lost Him, I would not be able to live.”

    First appearing in its original Polish in late 2007, The Mystery of Faith is now available in the US, England, Russia, Lithuania, Germany, and Italy. This book is impacting Catholic spirituality all over the world.

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  • Faith For This Moment (Reprinted)


    For three generations, God’s chosen people were exiles in the land of Babylon. Today, many Christians in America feel like exiles within their own country, and there is growing disagreement regarding how to live faithfully in this complex cultural moment. Some desire to conquer our Babylon and return to a type of Christendom they believe existed in an idealized past. Others seek to assimilate the values of our culture into the church. And in between are those who are uncomfortable with either extreme, who feel spiritually homeless. These exiles are looking for a new way of understanding what faith looks like in a polarized, pluralistic, post-Christian culture. They want to know: What does it mean to be the people of God now?

    That’s the question Rick McKinley seeks to answer. He shows exiled Christians how people of faith from other times and places discovered how to live faithfully, prophetically, and imaginatively, neither compromising their principles nor their compassion, and never giving in to despair.

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  • Landscape Of Faith


    Taking a nondenominational approach similar to the “mere Christianity” advocated by C. S. Lewis, Alister McGrath uses the creeds as framework with which to explore the teachings of the Christian doctrines and what it means to live a life of faith.

    In this new book, he tells of his discovery of Christianity while a student at Oxford University and takes readers on a panoramic tour of the landscape of the Christian faith. Using the story of his own crisis of faith, he looks at why Christians believe what they do, how we can best understand these ideas, and the difference they make to the way we think about ourselves and our world so that readers can find their own map to navigate the landscape of faith.

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  • Your Faith Your Life (Revised)


    * Revised and updated popular resource for adults * Not just a book of information, but a book for transformation The everything-you-need to know adult guide to the Episcopal Church that is easy to read but with substance for newcomers, adult formation groups, and lifelong Episcopalians who desire to know more about their church. The language of worship, theology, church structure, sacraments, and discipleship offers a framework to explore the meaning and practice of being an Episcopalian and follower of Jesus. This updated and revised version of the popular original 2009 book incorporates new initiatives and changes in the Episcopal Church, including marriage, inclusion of LBGTQ+ persons, Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s call to join the Jesus Movement, and taking our faith out into the world, following our baptismal promises. A Leader Guide is included in this revised edition in addition to the “transformation questions” that follow each chapter.

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  • Quantum Faith


    How does quantum physics relate to the Bible? Can words move mountains? How did Jesus supersede the laws of physics?

    There are amazing similarities between the teachings of Jesus and the discoveries of the new physics, quantum theory. The concept of speaking to mountains and trees may not be religious metaphor, but laws of a new physics that have not been fully understood.

    Jesus taught that our words are powerful enough to move physical matter. Quantum physics has discovered that subatomic particles respond to the observer.

    In this book, you will discover that your words and your faith (beliefs) are unseen forces that affect everything in your world. You are the one giving substance to your world through words!

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  • Nexus : Understanding Faith And Modern Culture


    The Nexus,” so-named because of the operational intersection or “Nexus” of faith and culture, is an alphabetized manual of cultural artifacts of significance to Christians.

    In “The Nexus,” Jon Widener observes how Christianity has lost many battles over the years and how the evangelical community has been fraught with endemic anti-intellectualism. He sees an evangelical insularity taking the form of retreat and retrenchment from the comings and goings of the larger society.

    Dr. Widener proposes that modern Christian believers correct these deficits by exercising the exhortation of I Pet 3:15 (KJV) to always be prepared “to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you.” Believers should educate themselves on culturally relevant issues where there are questions of Christian morality. This is the burden and purpose of the book. Accordingly, the standard for inclusion is straight-forward. If the topic is culturally encountered and has moral implications, then it meets the threshold standard for inclusion in the work.

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  • Trusting Gods Timing


    Be encouraged and don’t let a thing called time destroy you before you even start. God is for you, and what He’s promised He will bring to pass.

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  • Beauty And The Riches Of Redemption


    “The Beauty and the Riches of Redemption” presents to us the drama of humanity from the Garden of Eden – where the curtain opened and the stage was set – to the Garden of Gethsemane – where the curtain was not only drawn, but cut: End of drama. Is Jesus really the only way to God and so, the only hope of salvation? How could Jesus, born of the Jewish people, be the Savior of the whole world? How could the son of Mary, an Israelite woman be said to be the Son of God? Can Jesus really save me and guarantee me entrance/eternity in heaven? In about 180 pages, the author, with the help of the Holy Spirit answers all these questions and explains to us with clarity and simplicity what we need to know from creation to redemption. You need this book…This book clearly brings out the difference between religion and salvation. Jesus came to redeem mankind back to his Creator. Man through sin was cut off from God, but now there is no “salvation in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved…”

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