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  • Biblia Podemos Confiar En Ella

    $4.99

    Fue el primer Libro impreso, y sigue siendo uno de los mas populares de todos los tiempos. Existen sociedades enteras que profesan vivir sus vidas de acuerdo a sus paginas, pero, realmente se puede confiar en la Biblia? Tiene sustancia o simplemente es una serie de ideas bonitas? No esta llena de contradicciones? Puede decirnos algo en el siglo XXI? La serie Primeros Pasos de 9Marks, explora estas y otras preguntas y demuestra que la Biblia no es tan solo relevante hoy, sino que tambien es la Palabra de Dios con poder para cambiar vidas.

    It was the first book to ever be printed. It remains one of the most popular of all time, with whole societies of people professing to live their lives according to its pages–but can the Bible actually be trusted? Does it have any substance or is it just some nice ideas? Isn’t it full of contradictions, and can it really have anything to say in the 21st century? The First Steps series by 9Marks explores these questions and more, showing that the Bible is not only still relevant, it is powerful!

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  • Comprehensive Guide To Science And Faith

    $29.99

    Science Can–and Should–Support Your Faith

    Science and Christianity are often presented as mutually exclusive to each other, when in fact the ordered nature of the universe serves as powerful evidence for the mind and majesty of its Creator. With this comprehensive resource that includes the very latest research, you’ll witness how the findings of scientists provide compelling reasons to give glory to God.

    Featuring more than 40 entries authored by more than 30 qualified experts, you’ll better understand…

    *how the concepts of intelligent design and creationism can fit into a scientific worldview

    *the scientific findings that support the history and accounts found in the Bible

    *the biases that lead to scientific information being presented as a challenge to Christianity–rather than a compliment

    Whether you’re looking for answers to your own questions or seeking to explain the scientific evidence for your faith to others, The Popular Handbook of Science and Faith is an invaluable apologetic tool that will help you explore and analyze scientific findings in light of the truths found in the Bible.

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  • God Question : An Invitation To A Life Of Meaning (Revised)

    $25.00

    What does it take to live a meaningful life?

    Why are so many people in affluent nations so anxious and unhappy? What difference does believing in God really make? And does belief in the God of the Bible truly make sense today? In this revised edition of The God Question, philosopher J. P. Moreland invites us on a journey to a rich, ?ourishing life. He digs into the causes of our cultural crisis of unhappiness and considers how the God revealed in Jesus provides the most rational solution to our deepest needs. With special sensitivity to skeptics, seekers, and Christians who are disenchanted with their faith, he helps us see the Christian story–its reasonableness and its relevance–in fresh ways. For anyone wrestling with big questions about life and faith, Moreland provides insight from his many years of philosophical studies and his own experience as a Christian. Filled with personal stories, this book explores evidence for the existence of God, the reliability of the Gospels, essentials of a flourishing Christian life, the reality of miracles, and more. This edition also features a new section on overcoming anxiety and depression. Wherever you are on your journey, The God Question will help you see anew what difference Jesus makes in a human life.

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  • Believing Is Seeing

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    Is your worldview enlightened enough to accommodate both science and God at the same time?

    Dr. Michael Guillen, a best-selling author, Emmy award-winning journalist and former physics instructor at Harvard, used to be an Atheist-until science changed his mind. Once of the opinion that people of faith are weak, small-minded folks who just don’t understand science, Dr. Guillen ultimately concluded that not only does science itself depend on faith, but faith is actually the mightiest power in the universe.

    In Believing Is Seeing, Dr. Guillen recounts the fascinating story of his journey from Atheism to Christianity, citing the latest discoveries in neuroscience, physics, astronomy, and mathematics to pull back the curtain on the mystery of faith as no one ever has.

    Is it true that seeing is believing? Or is it possible that reality can be perceived most clearly with the eyes of faith-and that truth is bigger than proof? Let Dr. Guillen be your guide as he brilliantly argues for a large and enlightened worldview consistent with both God and modern science.

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  • Perhaps : Reclaiming The Space Between Doubt And Dogmatism

    $26.00

    The Christian faith requires faith.

    That means that believers are sometimes faced with uncertainty. But is all uncertainty bad? Instead of affirming either extreme of unchecked doubt or zealous dogmatism, theologian Joshua McNall encourages readers to find a space that allows them to ask difficult questions and exercise their imagination in order to move to a position of trust. With such a faith in the living God, we can seek further understanding by being open to say, I wonder . . . or to ask, What if . . . ? Indeed, embracing a stance of perhaps might lead to greater faith.

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  • Between Heaven And Hell

    $17.00

    On November 22, 1963, three great men died within a few hours of each other: C. S. Lewis, John F. Kennedy and Aldous Huxley. All three believed, in different ways, that death is not the end of human life. Suppose they were right, and suppose they met after death. How might the conversation go? Peter Kreeft imagines their discussion as part of the great conversation that has been going on for centuries about life’s biggest questions. Does human life have meaning? Is it possible to know about life after death? What if one could prove that Jesus was God? With Kennedy taking the role of a modern humanist, Lewis representing Christian theism and Huxley advocating Eastern pantheism, the dialogue is lively and informative. With clarity and wit, Between Heaven and Hell presents insightful responses to common objections to the Christian faith. This classic apologetics work is now available as part of the IVP Signature Collection, which features special editions of iconic books in celebration of the seventy-fifth anniversary of InterVarsity Press.

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  • Case For Heaven

    $26.99

    Bestselling and award-winning author Lee Strobel interviews experts about the evidence for the afterlife and offers credible answers to the most provocative questions about what happens when we die, near-death experiences, heaven, and hell.

    We all want to know what awaits us on the other side of death, but is there any reliable evidence that there is life after death? Investigative author Lee Strobel offers a lively and compelling study into one of the most provocative topics of our day.

    Through fascinating conversations with respected scholars and experts–a neuroscientist from Cambridge University, a researcher who analyzed a thousand accounts of near-death experiences, and an atheist-turned-Christian-philosopher–Strobel offers compelling reasons for why death is not the end of our existence but a transition to an exciting world to come. Looking at biblical accounts, Strobel unfolds what awaits us after we take our last breath and answers questions like:
    *Is there an afterlife?
    *What is heaven like?
    *How will we spend our time there?
    *And what does it mean to see God face to face?

    With a balanced approach, Strobel examines the alternative of Hell and the logic of damnation, and gives a careful look at reincarnation, universalism, the exclusivity claims of Christ, and other issues related to the topic of life after death. With vulnerability, Strobel shares the experience of how he nearly died years ago and how the reality of death can shape our lives and faith. Follow Strobel on this journey of discovery of the entirely credible, believable, and exhilarating life to come.

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  • Person Of Interest

    $19.99

    Dateline featured cold-case detective and best-selling author J. Warner Wallace investigates Jesus, the most significant person in history, like one of his missing body, cold-cases, demonstrating why Jesus still matters today, even in a world that is skeptical of the Bible.

    Detective J. Warner Wallace listened to a pastor talk about Jesus and wondered why anyone would think Jesus was a person of interest.

    Wallace was skeptical of the Bible, but he’d investigated several no-body, missing person cases in which there was no crime scene, no physical evidence, and no victim’s body. He successfully identified and convicted the killers in these cases, even without evidence from the scene.

    Could the historical life and actions of Jesus be investigated in the same way? Could the truth about Jesus be uncovered even without a body or a crime scene? In Person of Interest, Wallace describes his own personal investigative journey from atheism to Christianity, as he employs a unique investigative strategy to confirm the historicity and deity of Jesus–without relying on the New Testament manuscripts.

    Imagining a scenario in which every New Testament document has been destroyed, Wallace carefully sifts through the evidence from history alone to reconstruct the identity of Jesus as the world’s most important person of interest.

    Person of Interest will:
    *Invite readers into the life of a cold-case detective as he uncovers the truth about Jesus, using the same approach he also employs to solve a real murder case

    *Teach readers how to become good detectives, using an innovative and unique ‘fuse’ and ‘fallout’ investigative strategy they can also use to examine other claims of history

    *Show how Jesus changed the world and why He still matters today

    *Help readers to explore common objections to Christianity

    Creative, compelling, and unique in its approach, Person of Interest will strengthen the faith of believers, while engaging those who are skeptical and distrusting of the New Testament.

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  • Why I Trust The Bible

    $19.99

    A Clear Guide to Help Readers Understand Why They Can Trust the Bible

    We are often told we can no longer assume that the Bible is trustworthy. From social media memes to popular scholarship, so many attacks have been launched on the believability of Scripture many have serious questions about the Bible, such as:

    *Did Jesus actually live?

    *Did the biblical writers invent their message?

    *How can we trust the gospels since they were written so long after Jesus lived?

    *How can we believe a Bible that is full of internal contradictions with itself and external contradictions with science?

    *Doesn’t archaeology disprove the Bible?

    *Why should we believe the books that are in the Bible, since many good ones were left out, like the Gospel of Thomas?

    *Why trust the Bible when there are so many contradictory translations of it?

    If you find yourself unable to answer questions such as these, but wanting to, Why I Trust the Bible by eminent Bible scholar and translator William Mounce is for you. These questions and more are discussed and answered in a reasoned, definitive, and winsome way.

    The truth is that the Bible is better attested and more defensible today than it ever has been. Questions about the Bible are perhaps the most significant challenge confronting Christian faith today, but they can be answered well and in a way which will lead to a deeper appreciation for the truth and ongoing relevance of the Bible.

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  • Gospel In The Stars

    $16.99

    Discover how the night sky reveals the presence and majesty of God–and always has

    The ancient wise men from the East read the skies and journeyed to worship the Christ. Do the heavens that reveal God’s glory also reveal his plan of salvation? Yes, says Joseph A. Seiss, who contemplated the strange figures of the zodiac and studied the writings of astronomers through the ages.

    After extensive research, Seiss looked into the night and became convinced that God had tched his good news there, so that people in darkness might see and have hope. Drawing upon scientific, historical, and biblical sources, Seiss assembles persuasive arguments supporting his thesis that the gospel of Jesus Christ can be seen in the stars. This illustrated study of the heavens confronts the false teachings of astrology to reveal celestial players acting out the epic drama of creation and revelation: the virgin, the coming one, the scales of justice, the toiling deceiver, the scorpion, the ram, and the lion. Popular since its first publication in 1882, The Gospel in the Stars continues to illuminate discussions of the heavens, the gospel, and the careful hand of the Creator who intertwined the two.

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  • Gathering Storm : Secularism, Culture, And The Church

    $18.99

    The president of Southern Seminary reveals how secularism has infiltrated every aspect of society and how Christians, equipped with the gospel of Jesus Christ, can meet it head on with hope, confidence, and steadfast conviction.

    A storm is coming. Western civilization and the Christian church stand at a moment of great danger. The storm is a battle of ideas that will determine the future of Western civilization and the soul of the Christian church. The forces we must fight are ideologies, policies, and worldviews that are deeply established among intellectual elites, the political class, and our schools. More menacingly, these ideas have also invaded the Christian church.

    From threats to religious liberty and redefinitions of marriage and family to attacks on the sacredness and dignity of human life, the perils faced by the West and the church are unprecedented. How should Christians respond to this challenge? The Gathering Storm provides the answer, addressing each dimension of culture and showing Christians how to give an answer for the hope that is within them and how to contend for the faith that was once and for all delivered to the saints.

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  • God Has Spoken

    $24.99

    A Repackaged Edition of J. I. Packer’s Robust Defense of Biblical Inerrancy

    With the Bible’s historical and scientific accuracy under attack, many Christians have abandoned their long-standing conviction that it is truly God’s word. How should the church respond to doubts about the trustworthiness of Scripture?

    In this repackaged edition of God Has Spoken, late theologian J. I. Packer mounts a formative defense of the inerrancy of the Bible, calling readers to reclaim the unity between inspiration (how God has spoken) and revelation (what God has spoken). Packer argues that the doctrine of Scripture is essential because it is how Christians learn about the character of God, his purpose for the world, and their fallen state. Without this, mankind is left without the saving message of the gospel. This classic text continues to be relevant today as it challenges a new generation of readers to trust in God’s word as the inerrant source of truth.

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  • Why Believe : Christian Apologetics For A Skeptical Age

    $26.99

    Why bother with apologetics? Because the truth about God is worth understanding.

    In an age of skepticism, the truth of the gospel can be difficult to defend. Faithful Christians may struggle to explain the reasons for their beliefs; they may even doubt that their faith is rational at all. In the face of difficult questions of truth, Why Believe? offers a clear path forward: a Christian apologetic that is both winsome and sound. It provides accessible explanations of several core concerns of apologetics, from arguments for the existence of God and the validity of Christ’s resurrection to common questions about the practice of faith. Most important, Why Believe? argues that Christianity is not only reasonable, but also fulfilling. Only through Christianity can we know Jesus, who is the way, the truth, and the life (John 14:6).

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  • Questions Christians Arent Supposed To Ask

    $17.99

    Why should anyone believe in God in a world with so much pain?

    How can I be part of the church when it’s so full of hypocrisy?

    Isn’t spiritual but not religious enough?

    What makes Jesus more important than Muhammad, Buddha, or other religious leaders?

    Why should I trust Christianity when it’s hurt so many people? What if it hurt me?

    Most Christians have found themselves in conversations with nonbelieving friends and family where these kinds of questions have come up. In fact, most Christians have probably found themselves asking these questions too. But everyone who has ever wondered about such complicated things knows that this is dangerous territory-after all, what if there’s no easy answer?

    This book welcomes and encourages these questions that Christians aren’t supposed to ask. In each chapter, James Brownson introduces a particular question and then reframes it with a relevant passage from the Bible, bringing to bear his expertise as a biblical scholar. Rather than providing dogmatic (and ultimately unsatisfying) Sunday school answers, he explores the questions in provocative ways that often challenge the status quo of American Christianity. Fittingly, each chapter closes with discussion questions and suggestions for further reading, so that the conversations begun here can continue among the book’s readers in fruitful ways.

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  • Questioning Christianity : Is There More To The Story

    $13.99

    You’re interested in Christianity. But do you really understand what it’s all about?

    Getting to know Christianity is like merging onto a freeway ramp. You can see what’s right in front of you. And you know the road can take you in many fascinating directions. But how all the highways form a whole is something of a mystery. So you just keep driving and hope for the best.

    Dan Paterson and Rian Roux have the bird’s eye roadmap you need. After many years of pastoral, evangelistic, and campus ministry, they know the questions people are asking. The skeptic, the seeker, the new believer . . . they all want some real answers. Not slogans. Not politics. Not simple solutions to complex problems. The person who’s getting to know Christianity wants the big picture of what it’s all about. Who is God? What is he up to in the world? Where is he taking it? And how is Jesus the centerpiece of the divine plan to offer hope to the human race amid so much suffering? These issues–and many others–can be found in Questioning Christianity. It’s an accessible overview of the Christian faith and way of life.

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  • Infierno

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    Del autor best seller, Anthony DeStefano, llega una exploracion de lo que sabemos y lo que no podemos saber sobre el tema mas incomprendido y controversial del cristianismo.

    Anthony DeStefano, el autor best seller de Guia de viaje al cielo, nos lleva a explorar el infierno, el diablo, los demonios y el mal mismo. Escrito con la claridad y la logica de C. S. Lewis y la narracion vivida de John Bunyan y J. R. R. Tolkien, El infierno: Una guia aborda preguntas como:

    *Es el infierno un lugar o un estado de animo?
    *Como se ve el infierno?
    *Que tipo de sufrimiento experimentan las personas en el infierno?
    *Como son realmente el diablo y los demonios?

    Arraigado en una solida erudicion cristiana ortodoxa, este libro unico en su tipo investiga todo lo que hay que saber sobre uno de los temas mas fascinantes, pero a menudo incomprendidos, de todos los tiempos.

    Hell

    From bestselling author Anthony DeStefano comes an exploration of what we know–and what we cannot know–about the most misunderstood and most controversial subject in Christianity.

    Anthony DeStefano, the bestselling author of A Travel Guide to Heaven, takes us on an exploration of hell, the devil, demons, and evil itself. Written with the clarity and logic of C. S. Lewis and the vivid storytelling of John Bunyan and J. R. R. Tolkien, Hell: A Guide takes up questions such as:

    *Is hell a place or a state of being?
    *What does hell look like?
    *What kind of suffering do people in hell experience?
    *What are the devil and demons really like?

    Rooted in solid, orthodox Christian scholarship, this one-of-a-kind book investigates everything there is to know about one of the most fascinating, yet often misunderstood, subjects of all time.

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  • I Dont Have Enough Faith To Be An Atheist (Revised)

    $21.99

    To some, the concept of having faith in a higher power or a set of religious beliefs is nonsensical. Indeed, many view religion in general, and Christianity in particular, as unfounded and unreasonable.

    Norman Geisler and Frank Turek argue, however, that Christianity is not only more reasonable than all other belief systems, but is indeed more rational than unbelief itself. With conviction and clear thinking, Geisler and Turek guide readers through some of the traditional, tested arguments for the existence of a creator God. They move into an examination of the source of morality and the reliability of the New Testament accounts concerning Jesus. The final section of the book deals with a detailed investigation of the claims of Christ. This volume will be an interesting read for those skeptical about Christianity, as well as a helpful resource for Christians seeking to articulate a more sophisticated defense of their faith.

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  • Tormenta Que Se Avecina

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    El presidente del Seminario del Sur revela como el secularismo se ha infiltrado en todos los aspectos de la sociedad y como los cristianos, equipados con el evangelio de Jesucristo, pueden enfrentarlo directamente con esperanza, confianza y conviccion firme.

    Se avecina una tormenta. La civilizacion occidental y la iglesia cristiana se encuentran en un momento de gran peligro. La tormenta es una batalla de ideas que determinara el futuro de la civilizacion occidental y el alma de la iglesia cristiana. Las fuerzas que debemos combatir son ideologias, politicas y visiones del mundo que estan profundamente enraizadas entre las elites intelectuales, la clase politica y nuestras escuelas. Mas amenazante, estas ideas tambien han invadido la iglesia cristiana.

    Desde amenazas a la libertad religiosa y redefiniciones del matrimonio y la familia hasta ataques a lo sagrado y la dignidad de la vida humana, los peligros que enfrentan el Occidente y la iglesia no tienen precedentes. Como deben responder los cristianos a este desafio? La tormenta que se avecina proporciona la respuesta, abordando cada dimension de la cultura y mostrando a los cristianos como dar una respuesta a la esperanza que hay dentro de ellos y como luchar por la fe que fue entregada de una vez por todas a los santos.

    The Gathering Storm

    The president of Southern Seminary reveals how secularism has infiltrated every aspect of society and how Christians, equipped with the gospel of Jesus Christ, can meet it head on with hope, confidence, and steadfast conviction.

    A storm is coming. Western civilization and the Christian church stand at a moment of great danger. The storm is a battle of ideas that will determine the future of Western civilization and the soul of the Christian church. The forces we must fight are ideologies, policies, and worldviews that are deeply established among intellectual elites, the political class, and our schools. More menacingly, these ideas have also invaded the Christian church.

    From threats to religious liberty and redefinitions of marriage and family to attacks on the sacredness and dignity of human life, the perils faced by the West and the church are unprecedented. How should Christians respond to this challenge? The Gathering Storm provides the answer, addressing each dimension of culture and showing Christians how to give an answer for the hope that is within them and how to contend for the faith that was once and for all delivered to the saints.

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  • Respuestas A Preguntas Que Hac

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    Respuestas sencillas, acertadas y precisas a las preguntas mas frecuentes sobre el cristianismo. Las cincuenta preguntas recopiladas en este libro son las que plantean los incredulos y los escepticos con mas frecuencia a los cristianos acerca de Dios, la Biblia, el infierno, la salvacion, y mucho mas. Cada capitulo breve aborda una pregunta y da ejemplos de como los cristianos pueden responderla en menos de un minuto. Un libro facil de leer y muy necesario para cristianos, personas que buscan respuestas y escepticos por igual.

    Simple, accurate, and precise answers for commonly asked questions about Christianity. The questions compiled in this book are fifty of the most commonly asked questions unbelievers and skeptics pose to Christians about God, the Bible, hell, salvation, and more. Each short chapter addresses a question and gives examples of ways Christians can answer in under a minute. An immensely readable and much-needed book for Christians, seekers, and skeptics alike.

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  • Bullies And Saints

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    Is religion a pernicious force in the world? Does it poison everything? Would we be better off without religion in general and Christianity in particular? Many skeptics certainly think so.

    John Dickson has spent much of the last ten years reflecting on these difficult questions and on why so many doubters see Christianity as a major cause of harm not blessing. The skeptics, he concludes, are right: even a cursory look at the history of Christians reveals dark things therein–violence, bigotry, genocide, war, inquisition, oppression, imperialism, racism, corruption, greed, power, abuse. For centuries and even today, Christians have been among the worst bullies you could ever imagine.

    But these skeptics are only partly right: this is not what Christianity was meant to be. When Christians do evil they are out of tune with the teachings of their Lord. Jesus gave the world a beautiful melody–of love, grace, charity, humility, non-violence, equality, human dignity–to which, tragically, his followers have more often than not been tone-deaf. Denying the evils of church history does not do. John Dickson gives an honest account of the mixed history of Christianity, the evil and the good. He concedes the Christians’ complicity for centuries of bullying but also shows the myriad ways the beautiful melody of Christ has enriched our world and the lives of countless individuals. This book asks contemporary skeptics of religion to listen again to the melody of Jesus, despite the discord produced by too many Christians through history and today. It also leads contemporary believers into sober reflection on and repentance for their own participation in the tragic inconsistencies of Christendom and seeks to inspire them to live in tune with Christ.

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  • Urban Apologetics : Restoring Black Dignity With The Gospel

    $27.99

    African-Americans have long confronted the challenge of dignity destruction caused by white supremacy. While many have found meaning and restoration of dignity in the black church, others have found it in ethnocentric socioreligious groups and philosophies. These ideologies have grown and developed deep traction in the black community and beyond. Previously found primarily in urban communities and conscious Hip-hop songs, now that we are in the Internet age, they have a broader reach than ever. Revisionist history, conspiracy theories, and misinformation about Jesus and Christianity are the order of the day. Many young African-Americans are disinterested in Christianity and others are leaving the church in search of what these false religious ideas appear to offer, a spirituality more indigenous to their history and ethnicity.

    Edited by Dr. Eric Mason and featuring a top-notch lineup of contributors, Urban Apologetics is the first book focused entirely on cults, religious groups, and ethnocentric ideologies prevalent in the black community. It brings the church up to speed on the legitimate issues that blacks have with Western Christianity as well as the questions alternative religious groups pose about historic Christianity, and it applies the gospel to black identity to show that Jesus is the only one who can restore our identity.

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  • 10 Questions Every Kid Should Ask And Answer About Christianity

    $14.99

    Written by Rebecca McLaughlin, Author of Confronting Christianity

    In a world of increasing ideological diversity, kids are being challenged to think through their own beliefs at an early age. Questions like How can you believe the Bible is true?; Why can’t we just agree that love is love?; and Isn’t Christianity against diversity? can seem like roadblocks for kids who are following Jesus, as well as for those who might otherwise consider faith in Christ. In this helpful book-written both for Christian kids and for those who think Jesus is just a fairy tale character-Rebecca McLaughlin invites readers ages 12-15 to dig deep into hard questions for themselves and perhaps discover that the things that once looked like roadblocks to faith might actually be signposts.

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  • Lutheranism 101 The Course Third Edition

    $7.99

    Lutheranism 101: The Course works closely with Lutheranism 101 to take the reader deeper into the teaching, doctrine, or practice being presented. Sometimes that means digging into the text of Lutheranism 101 and exploring connections that are being made. Other times it means working with Scripture or some of the primary Lutheran resources for doctrine and practice.

    The Course can be used by groups, families, and individuals who want to dig deeper into what it means to be Lutheran. After reading a chapter in Lutheranism 101, turn to the corresponding chapter in The Course and work through the questions.

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  • Simply Christian: Why Christianity Makes Sense

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    Christian scholar and Anglican bishop N. T. Wright’s best-known work, written in the tradition of C. S. Lewis’s Mere Christianity but for today’s generation–a rigorous and mind-expanding explanation of the essence of Christianity and why people believe–is available in paperback for the first time.

    For two thousand years, Christianity has claimed to answer the mystery of human existence. Renowned biblical scholar and Anglican bishop N. T. Wright–the award-winning author Newsweek hails as the world’s leading New Testament scholar–argues that the Christian faith still holds the answers today.

    Like C. S. Lewis did in his classic Mere Christianity, Wright makes the case for Christian faith for modern readers, whether you are a believer, an agnostic, schooled in a different spiritual tradition, or are a skeptical atheist suspicious of organized religion. Using clear, simple language to convey a profound message, he walks you through the Christian faith step-by-step and question by question, and reveals how basic inquiries such as Why is justice fair? Why are so many people pursuing spirituality? Why do we crave relationship? And why is beauty so beautiful? take us into the mystery of God and his plan for us and leave believers with a reason for renewed faith.

    Provocative and insightful, with a discussion guide for individuals and groups, Simply Christian offers answers to expand and guide all of our lives.

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  • Sanity Of Belief

    $20.99

    We’ve all heard the arguments that Christianity is irrelevant, irrational and even immoral. But what if the Christian faith makes sense of all that matters? In this thoughtful, engaging book, Simon Edwards challenges the assumptions that may lead us to reject a faith and doubt something that we’ve never really had the chance to understand in the first place. From our need for meaning and significance, to our desires for truth, goodness, love and hope, he explores the things that matter to us as human beings and shows us why the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ might just make sense of them all. The Sanity of Belief is a fresh take on apologetics, faith and doubt, that will leave you with a stronger understanding of Christian belief and how it relates to today’s world. It is ideal for anyone looking for a clear, down-to-earth introduction Christianity, or for those wanting to reaffirm the foundations on which their faith is based.

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  • Mama Bear Apologetics Study Guide (Student/Study Guide)

    $13.99

    Do you have the right tools to teach your children to reject cultural lies?

    It’s easy to feel overwhelmed and underprepared when today’s world has your children asking questions about everything from moral relativity, to cultural Marxism, to whether or not God really exists. Yet as a parent, you want to have the wisdom necessary to help them understand these concepts from a biblical perspective.

    This informative companion to the bestselling book Mama Bear Apologetics will familiarize you with the secular world views your children encounter on a daily basis, and equip you to build the foundation of faith and knowledge needed to rebuke these ideas. This interactive workbook will help you…
    *Gain a clear grasp of the issues that prevail in today’s society, while better understanding how God wants you to see them
    *Sharpen your critical thinking skills
    *Effectively counter non-biblical viewpoints with truth, gentleness, and respect

    Knowing what is true is the best way to argue against what is false. The Mama Bear Apologetics Study Guide will ready you to be confident in your understanding of God’s truth and prepared to stand for its reliability.

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  • Problem Of Jesus

    $19.99

    Jesus has never been more popular. Some love him, applauding him as a good teacher, a political revolutionary, or a prophetic voice speaking out against the rich and powerful. Others find him bigoted, old-fashioned, and narrow minded, even as they are forced to admit that his words and teachings are utterly unique. His presence infuses our political discussions and our dinner table debates, making him impossible to ignore.

    Yet sadly, in many churches today, the Jesus we meet is nothing more than a kindly man with children on his lap and a smile on his face. He is presented as a good person, a positive influence–a mixture of Mr. Rogers and Tony Robbins. The Jesus of American Christianity is meek, gentle, safe, and fun, always ready to be your best friend.

    When we dig more deeply into the Bible, we discover a very different picture. Wherever Jesus went in his life, from the day he was born until the day he died, scandal and controversy followed him. Be warned. If you investigate Jesus beyond the superficial glance most give him today you will be challenged and confronted. Jesus creates in each person who encounters him a crisis of faith, forcing us to a point of decision.

    In The Problem of Jesus, author and pastor Mark Clark looks beyond the superficial understandings of Jesus to examine his hard-hitting claims and teachings, including:

    *The reliable evidence that Jesus was a real, historical figure
    *The oft-unexamined cost of following Jesus
    *His claim to be God, the Creator of all, worthy of worship
    *His teachings and stories, which have always offended religious people
    *His miracles and actions, what they meant in the ancient world–and today
    *The claims of Jesus to be the only, exclusive path to God

    The Problem of Jesus confronts you with the real Jesus of history, asking you to wrestle with the teachings, claims, and actions of the man who has forever altered the course of human history. Every person must make their own decision about Jesus, choosing how they will live in light of the answers they discover about this amazing man.

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  • How Not To Read The Bible

    $19.99

    When Dan Kimball first sat down to meet with a student who was disillusioned by Christianity, he wasn’t ready for what he was about to hear. The student had a positive church experience. He was grateful for his youth leader. But he had serious objections to Christianity. Why? He had begun studying the Bible and found he could no longer accept what it taught. Reading the Bible had led him to become an atheist.

    In How Not to Read the Bible, pastor and bestselling author Dan Kimball tackles one of the most pressing apologetic challenges of the twenty-first-century church–how do we read and interpret the Bible? Kimball introduces several critical principles to utilize when you open a Bible or read a verse. Then, he looks at five of the most common challenges that arise when people read the Bible today, including: the relationship between science and the Bible, the violence we find in the Bible, the treatment of women in the Bible, the odd and strange commands we find in the Bible, and the Bible’s controversial claim that there is only one way to know God. Kimball highlights several of the most common passages people find objectionable and shows readers how to correctly interpret them.

    This is an ideal book for those exploring Christianity or new to the faith, as well as Christians who are wrestling with questions about these difficult issues and the challenges of interpreting the Bible. Filled with stories and examples, as well as visual illustrations and memes reflecting popular cultural objections, How Not to Read the Bible will motivate readers who are confused or discouraged by questions they have about the Bible and guides them–step-by-step–to a clear understanding of what the Bible is saying in context. The book can also be taught as a six-week sermon series or used in small groups for study and discussion.

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  • Need For Creeds Today

    $21.99

    This brief, accessible invitation to the historic creeds and confessions makes a biblical and historical case for their necessity and shows why they are essential for Christian faith and practice today. J. V. Fesko, a leading Reformed theologian with a broad readership in the academy and the church, demonstrates that creeds are not just any human documents but biblically commended resources for the well-being of the church, as long as they remain subordinate to biblical authority. He also explains how the current skepticism and even hostility toward creeds and confessions came about.

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  • Challenging Conversations : A Practical Guide To Discuss Controversial Topi

    $16.99

    When was the last time you had an honest, heartfelt, yet kind and productive conversation with someone about depression, mental illness, substance abuse, pornography, premarital sex, racism, divorce, abortion, LGBTQ issues, or church scandals? Our tendency is either to avoid talking about such volatile topics at all–even with other Christians–or to go on the attack, causing rifts that do nothing to encourage further discussion or growth.

    If you’re tired of avoiding tough conversations, if you want to be a light in a dark world but you’re not sure how, Challenging Conversations is the book you’ve been waiting for. With straightforward answers to some of the most challenging moral issues disrupting the church, this book will help you build your confidence using three simple steps to becoming a conversant Christian. Each chapter begins with a true story, clarifies misconceptions and misunderstandings about the subject, and equips you to build rapport, ask the right questions, find points of agreement, and take the next fruitful step in the relationship. Because even if we disagree on a moral issue, that shouldn’t make us mortal enemies.

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  • Reimagining Apologetics : The Beauty Of Faith In A Secular Age

    $28.00

    How should one proclaim of the gospel of Jesus Christ in a secular age? For many Christians, the traditional approach of apologetics has grown stale. In light of the current secular climate, as described by Charles Taylor and others, rhetorical strategies that previously served the church and apologists well are no longer effective. Justin Bailey seeks to address this dilemma by infusing apologetics with an appeal to the imagination, the aesthetic, and the affective. Demonstrating that this is possible, he engages with two examples of those who have done apologetics through the imagination: George MacDonald and Marilynne Robinson. By beginning with the imaginative and the aesthetic dimensions of faith before expounding proofs, Bailey argues, hearers of the good news will find both their hearts and their minds engaged.

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  • Another Gospel : A Lifelong Christian Seeks Truth In Response To Progressiv

    $16.99

    A movement seeks to redefine Christianity. Some think it’s a much-needed progressive reformation. Others believe it’s an attack on historic Christianity.Alisa Childers never thought she would question her Christian faith. She had been raised in a Christian home, where she’d seen her mom and dad feed the hungry, clothe the homeless, and love the outcast. She had witnessed God at work and then had dedicated her own life to leading worship as part of the popular Christian band ZOEgirl. All that was deeply challenged when she met a progressive pastor, who called himself a hopeful agnostic.Another Gospel? describes the intellectual journey Alisa took over several years as she wrestled with a series of questions that struck at the core of the Christian faith. After everything she had ever believed about God, Jesus, and the Bible had been picked apart, she found herself at the brink of despair . . . until God rescued her, helping her to rebuild her faith one solid brick at a time.Alisa’s story may be your own-or that of someone you love. Or you may have encountered the ideas of progressive Christianity in your everyday life and aren’t sure how to respond. A progressive blog post can send anyone down a rabbit’s trail of questions. In a culture of endless questions, you need solid answers. Alisa’s story will show you how to identify and respond to the ideas of progressive Christianity as you rest in what’s unmistakably true.

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  • He Is There And He Is Not Silent

    $21.99

    As perhaps one of the greatest Christian philosophers of the 20th century, Francis Schaeffer made it his mission to relate Christianity to the surrounding culture’s worldview. His works continue to have relevance as Christians grapple with issues in metaphysics (How do we know we exist?), morals (How do we know right from wrong?), and epistemology (How do we know what we know?). Schaeffer invites readers into a deeper understanding of who they are, who God is, and how they know what they know, as they encounter the infinite personal God who is there and is not silent.

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  • Tactics Study Guide Updated And Expanded

    $14.99

    In a world increasingly indifferent to Christian truth, followers of Christ need to be equipped to communicate with those who do not speak their language or accept their source of authority.

    In this updated and expanded study guide, apologist and radio host Gregory Koukl demonstrates how to get in the driver’s seat in discussions about faith, keeping any conversation moving with thoughtful, artful tact. Readers will learn how to maneuver comfortably and graciously through potential minefields, stop challengers in their tracks, turn the tables, and–most importantly–get people thinking about Jesus with conversations that look more like diplomacy than D-Day.

    Drawing on extensive experience defending Christianity in the public square, Koukl demonstrates how to:

    *Initiate conversations effortlessly
    *Present the truth clearly, cleverly, and persuasively
    *Graciously and effectively expose faulty thinking
    *Skillfully manage the details of dialogue
    *Maintain an engaging, disarming style even under attack

    Designed to be used alongside the updated and expanded Tactics Video Study, this study guide provides a game plan for communicating the compelling truth about Christianity with confidence and grace.

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  • Case For Christ Young Readers Edition

    $16.99

    Is Jesus real? Was he actually born in a stable? Did he really come back from the dead? Aren’t all the stories in the Bible about Jesus just that … stories? Join in this incredible search for the truth about Jesus, including the answers that rocked the world of investigative reporter and international bestselling author Lee Strobel.

    Here’s a book that finally answers the most important questions about the existence, life, death, and resurrection of Jesus. The Case for Christ Young Reader’s Edition, based on the adult edition, with over 5 million copies sold, is packed full of well-researched, reliable, and eye-opening investigations. In these pages, Lee Strobel-an award-winning legal journalist-tackles the toughest questions head-on. He investigates the historical reliability, eye witness testimonies, and scientific evidence of Jesus’s birth, miracles, ministry, and resurrection.

    Will Lee’s findings bring Christianity’s claims about Jesus tumbling down like a house of cards?

    Like Strobel, you will be amazed at the evidence-how much there is, how strong it is, and what it says. The facts are in. What will your verdict be in The Case for Christ?

    The Case for Christ Young Reader’s Edition:

    *Is packed full of well-researched, reliable, and eye-opening investigations of some of the toughest questions you have about the existence, miracles, ministry, and resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth
    *Is logical and easy to understand
    I*ncludes the evidence about Jesus that rocked the world of atheist investigative reporter Lee Strobel
    *Is a sturdy hardcover edition with two-tone interior and ribbon marker

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  • Gathering Storm : Secularism, Culture, And The Church

    $26.99

    The president of Southern Seminary reveals how secularism has infiltrated every aspect of society and how Christians, equipped with the gospel of Jesus Christ, can meet it head on with hope, confidence, and steadfast conviction.

    A storm is coming. Western civilization and the Christian church stand at a moment of great danger. The storm is a battle of ideas that will determine the future of Western civilization and the soul of the Christian church. The forces we must fight are ideologies, policies, and worldviews that are deeply established among intellectual elites, the political class, and our schools. More menacingly, these ideas have also invaded the Christian church.

    From threats to religious liberty and redefinitions of marriage and family to attacks on the sacredness and dignity of human life, the perils faced by the West and the church are unprecedented. How should Christians respond to this challenge? The Gathering Storm provides the answer, addressing each dimension of culture and showing Christians how to give an answer for the hope that is within them and how to contend for the faith that was once and for all delivered to the saints.

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  • Hell : A Guide

    $25.99

    From bestselling author Anthony DeStefano comes an exploration of what we know–and what we cannot know–about the most misunderstood and most controversial subject in Christianity.

    C. S. Lewis imagined it as a grey, joyless city. The Italian poet, Dante Aligheri, wrote that it was a series of nine circles. And each one of us probably has our own vision of it. But what do we really know about hell? What does the Bible tell us about it, and what is speculation, myth, or even plain error?

    Anthony DeStefano, the bestselling author of A Travel Guide to Heaven, takes us on an exploration of hell, the devil, demons, and evil itself. Written with the clarity and logic of C. S. Lewis and the vivid storytelling of John Bunyan and J. R. R. Tolkien, Hell: A Guide takes up questions such as:
    *Is hell a place or a state of being?
    *What does hell look like?
    *What kind of suffering do people in hell experience?
    *What are the devil and demons really like?

    Rooted in solid, orthodox Christian scholarship, this one-of-a-kind book investigates everything there is to know about one of the most fascinating, yet often misunderstood, subjects of all time.

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  • History Of Apologetics

    $59.99

    Explore Apologetics through the Lives of History’s Great Apologists

    The History of Apologetics follows the great apologists in the history of the church to understand how they approached the task of apologetics in their own cultural and theological context. Each chapter looks at the life of a well-known apologist from history, unpacks their methodology, and details how they approached the task of defending the faith.

    By better understanding how apologetics has been done, readers will be better able to grasp the contextualized nature of apologetics and apply those insights to today’s context. The History of Apologetics covers forty-four apologists including:

    Part One: Patristic Apologists

    *Justin Martyr by Gerald Bray
    *Irenaeus of Lyons by Stephen O. Presley
    *Athenagoras of Athens by W. Brian Shelton
    *Tertullian of Carthage by Bryan M. Litfin
    *Origen by A. Chadwick Thornhill
    *Athanasius of Alexandria by Jonathan Morgan
    *Augustine of Hippo by Chad Meister

    Part Two: Medieval Apologists

    *John of Damascus by Daniel J. Janosik
    *Theodore Abu Qurrah by Byard Bennett
    *Timothy I of Baghdad by Edward L. Smither and Trevor Castor
    *Anselm of Canterbury by Edward N. Martin and Steven B. Cowan
    *Saint Thomas Aquinas by Francis J. Beckwith and Shawn Floyd
    *Ramon Lull by Greg Peters
    *Gregory Palamas by Byard Bennett

    Part Three: Early Modern Apologists

    *Hugo Grotius by Bryan Baise
    *Blaise Pascal by Tyler Dalton McNabb and Michael R. DeVito
    *Jonathan Edwards by Michael McClymond
    *William Paley by Charles Taliaferro
    *Joseph Butler by David McNaughton

    Part Four: 19th C. Apologists

    *Simon Greenleaf by Craig A. Parton
    *John Henry Newman by Corneliu C. Simut
    *Kierkegaard by Sean A. Turchin and Christian Kettering
    *James Orr by Ronnie Campbell
    *B. B. Warfield by Kim Riddlebarger

    Part Five: 20th C. American Apologists

    *J. Gresham Machen by D. G. Hart
    *Cornelius Van Til by K. Scott Oliphint
    *Gordon Haddon Clark by Robert A. Weathers
    *Francis A. Schaeffer by William Edgar
    *Edward John Carnell by Steven A. Hein

    Part Six: 20th C. European Apologists

    *A. E. Taylor by Michael O. Obanla and David Baggett
    *G. K. Chesterton by Ralph Wood
    *Dorothy Sayers by Amy Orr-Ewing
    *C. S. Lewis by Alister McGrath
    *Dietrich Bonhoeffer by Matthew D. Kirkpatrick
    *Lesslie Newbigin by Krish Kandiah

    Part Seven: Contemporary Apologists

    *John Warwick Montgomery by Craig A. Parton
    *Charles Taylor by Bruce Riley Ashford and Matthew Ng

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  • 2084 : Artificial Intelligence And The Future Of Humanity

    $19.99

    You don’t have to be a computer scientist to get involved in the discussion about where artificial intelligence and technology are going.

    What will the year 2084 hold for you–for your friends, for your family, and for our society? Are we doomed to the grim dystopia imagined in George Orwell’s 1984?

    In 2084, scientist and philosopher John Lennox will introduce you to a kaleidoscope of ideas: the key developments in technological enhancement, bioengineering, and, in particular, artificial intelligence. You will discover the current capacity of AI, its advantages and disadvantages, the facts and the fiction, as well as potential future implications.

    The questions posed by AI are open to all of us. And they demand answers. A book that is written to challenge all readers, no matter your worldview, 2084 shows how the Christian worldview, properly understood, can provide evidence-based, credible answers that will bring you real hope for the future of humanity.

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  • Telling A Better Story

    $18.99

    The practice of offering reasons for the Christian faith, or apologetics, strikes many unbelievers today as offensive, an attempt to proselytize, while Christians themselves often view apologetics as unsophisticated or even faith-undermining. After all, shouldn’t a believer focus on presenting the gospel rather than attempting to argue people to belief?

    In Telling a Better Story, author Joshua Chatraw presents a new and better way to do apologetics, an inside-out approach that is attuned to our late-modern moment and respectful of unbelievers, all the while remaining focused on Jesus. With chapters on cultural understanding, dealing with the difficult issues, and presenting Jesus in a holistic, contextual manner, Telling a Better Story offers a roadmap to effective apologetics both for experienced apologists and those new to sharing their faith with others.

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  • Evidencias Un Analisis Forense

    $18.99

    El cristianismo tiene una vasta y probatoria historia, sin embargo, estamos pobremente preparados para presentar defensa de lo que creemos. En ‘Evidencias, un analisis forense de la fe’, el experimentado detective J. Warner Wallace nos ensea los principios que un investigador profesional utiliza, de tal forma que podamos desarrollar una clara y evidenciable defensa de nuestra fe.

    Este libro le ayudara a:

    *acoger la responsabilidad de defender la verdad;

    *trazar una estrategia para ser un experto sobre la evidencia del cristianismo;

    *aprender a emplear las tecnicas de un detective para descubrir nuevo
    conocimiento en la Palabra de Dios; y

    *transformarse en un mejor comunicador al aprender las destrezas de un defensor profesional.

    Esta listo para empezar una nueva travesia como seguidor de Cristo? Esta listo para tener una mayor influencia en su cultura y sociedad? ‘Evidencias, un analisis forense de la fe’ le provee las estrategias y herramientas que necesita para ser un eficaz defensor del cristianismo.

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  • Anyone But Me

    $15.99

    Fear is the primary reason we fail to share the gospel with our friends, family, and coworkers. We’re afraid of looking weird or out of touch. We’re afraid we won’t have the right answers to their questions. We’re afraid that if they reject the gospel, they’re really rejecting us. We don’t want to make things awkward or strain our relationships. So we say nothing because our discomfort feels bigger than our loved ones’ ultimate destination if they remain outside of the body of Christ. We know it’s not, but it’s just so hard to get over our fear.

    Apologist Ray Comfort can help. In Anyone but Me, he shows you how to overcome your fears by developing ten critical, biblical characteristics so that you can confidently share the message of salvation with those you care about most. If you’ve been longing to see a dear friend, family member, or coworker come to Christ, now is the time to begin becoming the faithful witness they need. Because we never know how much more time we will have to proclaim God’s good news.

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  • Conversations With My Unbelieving Friend

    $25.99

    Very few topics generate as much emotion as religious beliefs. Those with religious inclinations and those who are against religion frequently embrace their particular viewpoint on the basis of information, much of which may be incorrect. This holds true for both believers and non-believers. Through a series of semi-fictitious conversations, Michael Gayle seeks to address some of the issues which influence an individual’s worldview. For the non-believers, this is useful in clarifying any misconceptions which may be preventing them from even considering Christianity. For believers, it provides at least two useful functions. First of all, it may help to clarify their own misconceptions and thus strengthen their faith. Secondly, it helps to provide them with information which they can use in their own conversations with non-believers that they will encounter in their Christian walk.

    The format is that of a series of semi-fictitious conversations between the author and a fictitious friend. The conversations represent dramatizations of the content of real conversations that the author has had over the years, combined with issues which he has deliberated on himself. In a number of instances, he addresses topics in respect of which he found the traditional explanations to be unconvincing, even though they may have been correct. If someone does not believe in the veracity Bible, it will be difficult to try to convince them of the truth of a statement in the Bible, on the basis that because it is in the Bible, therefore by definition it must be true. The author has encountered this approach and was himself, unconvinced thereby. Accordingly, whilst not denying the truth of the Bible, he has taken a different approach to some of these issues, and approach which is practical, reasonable and defensible. In so doing, his hope is that he will be able to clarify some of the issues which have caused many people to arrive at misconceptions related to the Bible and Christianity. In a very light-hearted manner, he addresses such issues as atheism, blind faith, evolution, intelligent design, miracles, science, biblical accuracy and a number of other topics which are typically the subject of disagreement or misunderstanding.

    This is intended to be the first in a series of three or more books. The intention of this first volume is not necessarily to convert anyone to Christianity. The intention is to remove any obstacles which are preventing anyone from honestly rather th

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  • Conversations With My Unbelieving Friend

    $10.99

    Very few topics generate as much emotion as religious beliefs. Those with religious inclinations and those who are against religion frequently embrace their particular viewpoint on the basis of information, much of which may be incorrect. This holds true for both believers and non-believers. Through a series of semi-fictitious conversations, Michael Gayle seeks to address some of the issues which influence an individual’s worldview. For the non-believers, this is useful in clarifying any misconceptions which may be preventing them from even considering Christianity. For believers, it provides at least two useful functions. First of all, it may help to clarify their own misconceptions and thus strengthen their faith. Secondly, it helps to provide them with information which they can use in their own conversations with non-believers that they will encounter in their Christian walk.

    The format is that of a series of semi-fictitious conversations between the author and a fictitious friend. The conversations represent dramatizations of the content of real conversations that the author has had over the years, combined with issues which he has deliberated on himself. In a number of instances, he addresses topics in respect of which he found the traditional explanations to be unconvincing, even though they may have been correct. If someone does not believe in the veracity Bible, it will be difficult to try to convince them of the truth of a statement in the Bible, on the basis that because it is in the Bible, therefore by definition it must be true. The author has encountered this approach and was himself, unconvinced thereby. Accordingly, whilst not denying the truth of the Bible, he has taken a different approach to some of these issues, and approach which is practical, reasonable and defensible. In so doing, his hope is that he will be able to clarify some of the issues which have caused many people to arrive at misconceptions related to the Bible and Christianity. In a very light-hearted manner, he addresses such issues as atheism, blind faith, evolution, intelligent design, miracles, science, biblical accuracy and a number of other topics which are typically the subject of disagreement or misunderstanding.

    This is intended to be the first in a series of three or more books. The intention of this first volume is not necessarily to convert anyone to Christianity. The intention is to remove any obstacles which are preventing anyone from honestly rather th

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  • Loving Wisdom : A Guide To Philosophy And Christian Faith

    $29.99

    A guide to Christian philosophy that engages with the biblical story

    As human beings, we all qualify as philosophers, and Paul Copan contends that we take a position of trust (faith) shaped by philosophical stances but also personal heart commitments (worldviews). In this thoroughly revised and expanded second edition of Loving Wisdom, Copan explores philosophy of religion from a distinctively evangelical Christian perspective–biblically grounded, informed by apologetics, and engaging with questions about universal human longings.

    Copan presents a distinctively and deliberately biblical philosophy of religion in Loving Wisdom, addressing a wide range of topics and questions as they arise in the metanarrative of scripture. He acknowledges the difficulties, mystery, and disagreements in religion, while attempting to show how the Christian faith does a much more adequate job of responding to a wide range of challenges as well as addressing our deepest human yearnings. With discussion questions for each chapter and an accessible approach, Loving Wisdom is ideal for the classroom or small groups.

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  • Saving Christianity : The Danger In Undermining Our Faith — And What You C

    $16.99

    A clear and frank exploration of the future of Christianity and whether it needs to be saved.

    We live in confusing times. Our society has shifted on its moral axis, and many are asking whether Christianity needs to be reinvented-or even reimagined-in order to save it. With Newsweek declaring The Decline and Fall of Christian America on its cover and The Daily Beast questioning Does Christianity Have a Future? bloggers and Christian commentators are discussing whether we need a new of kind of Christianity.

    In Saving Christianity? Dr. Michael Youssef explores this train of thought and its pitfalls. He describes how similar discussions in Christianity’s recent past explored the very same question. Saving Christianity? will help you discern what is going on within the church while it reviews the essentials of the Christian faith as described in the Bible.

    We dare not abandon this mere faith, as Dr. Youssef describes it, because it is the light for all humanity-and especially for those of us living in today’s chaotic times.After reading Saving Christianity? you’ll have a renewed confidence in the future of the church and the central place it will occupy for generations to come.

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  • Our Good Crisis

    $16.00

    We live in an age of crisis.

    Financial crisis, political crisis, environmental crisis–the list goes on. We’re confronted with calamity every time we read the headlines. But behind each of these lurks another kind of crisis, one we find harder to define: a moral crisis–a crisis of goodness. Behind financial crisis is unrestrained greed; behind political crisis is the lust for power. To properly address the crises that plague our world, we must be formed as people of moral goodness. We must cultivate virtue. But the cultural headwinds are strong: outrage and fragility, persecution and affluence, injustice and impurity. In this wise and practical book, pastor Jonathan Dodson takes us back to the Beatitudes, the centerpiece of Jesus’ famous Sermon on the Mount. Dodson examines each of the Beatitudes in the context of the new morality that buffets our society today, presenting a compelling portrait of the truly good life, both personal and social. Jesus’ vision of the good is stunning: heaven meets earth, mercy triumphs over judgment, peace transcends outrage, grace upends self-righteousness. Here is an account, not of dos and don’ts, but of genuine moral flourishing.

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  • Mosaic Course : Understanding World Religions From A Christian Perspective

    $10.99

    How do we affirm the biblical notion that Jesus is the only way to God while respecting people of other religious traditions and worldviews?

    The Mosaic Course: Understanding World Religions from a Christian Perspective answers this complex question by taking readers on an exciting journey exploring hidden revelations of Jesus Christ in world religions. Used in conjunction with the Mosaic Video Series available at themosaiccourse.org, Christians are equipped to engage in open and respectful dialogue with people of differing worldviews.

    Without compromising the fundamental faith conviction that Jesus is the only way to God, this study guide empowers readers to share their faith with people of other religious traditions in a culturally sensitive fashion.

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  • Unknown God : A Journey With Jesus From East To West

    $17.99

    We live in the age of religious pluralism where all religions are considered the same and different paths lead to the same spiritual destination. It is important for Christians to learn how to affirm Jesus Christ as the only way to God–while also paying due respect to people of other faiths and worldviews.

    In The Unknown God: A Journey with Jesus from East to West, Mathew P. John explores the redemptive revelations lurking in the darkness outside the boundaries of Christian tradition. In this spiritual journey through six major world religions, readers encounter a variety of symbols that point to the Jesus of the Bible. From Hindu avatars and Buddhist bodhisattvas, to Sikh gurus and Muslim prophets, and the Jewish messiah, consider how different religions attempt to answer the deep longing for a savior ingrained in the collective conscience of humanity.

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  • Case For Miracles

    $19.99

    New York Times bestselling author Lee Strobel trains his investigative sights on the hot-button question: is it really credible to believe God intervenes supernaturally in people’s lives today?

    This provocative book starts with an unlikely interview in which America’s foremost skeptic builds a seemingly persuasive case against the miraculous. But then Strobel travels the country to quiz scholars to see whether they can offer solid answers to atheist objections. Along the way, he encounters astounding accounts of healings and other phenomena that simply cannot be explained away by naturalistic causes. The book features the results of exclusive new scientific polling that shows miracle accounts are much more common than people think.

    What’s more, Strobel delves into the most controversial question of all: what about miracles that don’t happen? If God can intervene in the world, why doesn’t he do it more often to relieve suffering? Many American Christians are embarrassed by the supernatural, not wanting to look odd or extreme to their neighbors. Yet, The Case for Miracles shows not only that the miraculous is possible, but that God still does intervene in our world in awe-inspiring ways. Here’s a unique book that examines all sides of this issue and comes away with a passionate defense for God’s divine action in lives today.

    Also available: The Case for Miracles Spanish edition, kids’ edition, and student edition.

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  • God Who Is There

    $18.00

    For over fifty years The God Who Is There has been a landmark work that has changed the way the church sees the world. Francis Schaeffer’s first book presents a wide-ranging analysis of the intellectual and cultural climate of the second half of the twentieth century, from philosophy to art to liberal theology. Arguing that Christians must constantly engage the questions being asked by their own–and the next–generation, he envisions an apologetics and spirituality both grounded in absolute truth and engaging the whole of reality. If we are unexcited Christians, we should go back and see what is wrong, Schaeffer writes. We are surrounded by a generation that can find ‘no one home’ in the universe. . . . In contrast to this, as a Christian I know who I am; and I know the personal God who is there. In every age, this God continues to provide the anchor of truth and the power of love to meet the world’s deepest problems. Named by Christianity Today as one of the Top 50 Books That Have Shaped Evangelicals (October 2006), this redesigned classic is now available as part of the IVP Signature Collection.

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  • Outgrowing Dawkins : God For Grown-Ups

    $20.99

    A timely and succinct critique of Dawkins’ latest book, exposing the main flaws in his vision.

    In his new book Outgrowing God, Richard Dawkins purports to demolish the claims of mainstream religion, starting with belief in a Creator. All of life’s big questions can apparently be answered by science. But does he even understand what he rejects? Rupert Shortt’s answer in Outgrowing Dawkins is a resounding ‘No’. The high priest of New Atheism quite literally doesn’t know what he’s talking about, because the deity he rejects is a childish parody. From this flow many further muddles and straw man arguments. Shortt’s incisive rebuttal includes positive suggestions for advancing an often-sterile debate.

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  • Post Christian : A Guide To Contemporary Thought And Culture

    $24.99

    We live in a post-Christian world. Contemporary thought-claiming to be progressive and liberating-seeks to undermine biblical Christianity, but in fact contradicts culture itself by assaulting family, community, authority, and nature. Today’s Christians need to understand the underlying worldviews of the post-Christian culture in order to navigate these new challenges in their world. This insightful book charts the course of how postmodernism led to our post-Christian times; explores how Christians can combat today’s constructivism, relativism, and Gnosticism; and offers solutions to those problems as a way to recover reality, rebuild culture, and revive faith.

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  • Christianity For People Who Arent Christians

    $16.99

    Pastor and award-winning author tackles some of the most pressing questions about Christianity, providing a great resource for pastors and church leaders to give to nonbelievers.

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  • Tactics 10th Anniversary Edition (Anniversary)

    $17.99

    In a world indifferent or even opposed to Christian truth, followers of Christ must be better equipped to communicate the timeless of the Christian faith. But how do you have a conversation with someone who is intent on proving you wrong and won’t accept the Bible as a source of authority?

    In Tactics, Gregory Koukl demonstrates how to artfully regain control of conversations, keeping them moving forward in constructive ways through thoughtful diplomacy. You’ll learn how to maneuver comfortably and graciously through the minefields of a challenging discussion, how to stop challengers in their tracks, and how to turn the tables on question or provocative statement. Most importantly, you’ll learn how to get people thinking about Jesus.

    Drawing on extensive experience defending Christianity in the public square, Koukl shows you how to:
    *Initiate conversations effortlessly
    *Present the truth clearly, cleverly, and persuasively
    *Graciously and effectively expose faulty thinking
    *Skillfully manage the details of dialogue
    *Maintain an engaging, disarming style even under attack

    Tactics provides the game plan for communicating the compelling truth about Christianity with confidence and grace.

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  • Theory Of Everything That Matters

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    In Light of Today’s Scientific Achievements, Do We Need God Anymore?Einstein’s revolutionary scientific ideas have transformed our world, ushering in the nuclear age. The current pace of scientific and technological progress is simply astounding. So is there any place for faith in such a world?Einstein himself gave careful thought to the deepest questions of life. His towering intellectual status means he is someone worth listening to when we think through the big questions of life:Can science answer all our questions?Why is religion so important in life?How can we hold together science and faith?In this book, McGrath examines the life and work of Einstein, explaining his scientific significance and considering what Einstein did and did not believe about science, religion, and the meaning of life.A Theory of Everything (That Matters) is a must-read for anyone who wants to understand the role of faith in a world where science and technology govern our lives.

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  • Christian Agnostic

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    Is it more important to follow Jesus, or to believe all the right doctrines about him? Is it better to forgive people than to judge them? Why do we find Jesus so much more appealing than those who call themselves his disciples? If you’ve asked these questions, you’re not alone; people have been struggling with them for years. Leslie Weatherhead was one of those people. A famous preacher and teacher, he nonetheless worried that Jesus’ radical message about loving and accepting others had become buried under a mountain of doctrines and rituals. And so Weatherhead wrote The Christian Agnostic for people who wanted to cut to the heart of the message of Jesus. This classic book looks at the gospel’s most essential truths about who God is and how God loves us. It then helps the reader distinguish these truths from all the theological baggage the church has attached to them over the years. If you’re searching for an authentic way to understand who Jesus is and how to follow him in today’s world, The Chirstian Agnostic is an indispensable guide for your journey.

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  • Basic Christianity

    $15.00

    Who is Jesus Christ, and what does it mean for us? John Stott’s classic book, with updated language and study questions, examines the historical facts on which Christianity stands. With thoughtful, pastoral guidance Stott presents a biblical portrait of Christ and the evidence that supports it. He then considers our need for salvation, how we should respond to the gospel, and what it looks like to live as a Christian.

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  • Jesus Skeptic : A Journalist Explores The Credibility And Impact Of Christi

    $17.99

    Award-winning journalist and pastor answers young adults’ questions with clear and compelling evidence for the historical Jesus and the timeless influence of his teaching, presenting Christianity as the greatest force for social good in history.

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  • Narrative Apologetics : Sharing The Relevance, Joy, And Wonder Of The Chris

    $15.99

    One of the world’s leading Christian apologists delivers a groundbreaking book that shows how the Christian story can be told and retold to connect effectively with unbelievers in today’s post-Christian culture.

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