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  • N Is For Noah

    $4.97

    A new addition joins this beloved series of biblically based classics from author Ken Ham. Using rhyme to present the memorable account, N is for Noah provides structured learning encouraged with important words, biblical concepts and verses. ?? Develops skills like memorization and comprehension while creating a strong biblical foundation ?? Reading and discussion help reinforce a child’s understanding of the history of Noah, the Ark, and the Great Flood ?? Parent section includes helps on how to present important biblical concepts and enhance your own understanding. The easel-book format makes it easy to teach, with text for the child on one side and detailed information for the parent or educator on the back. With colorful illustrations and a delightful rhyme, the book is sure to be a favorite for every child!

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  • Christianity And World Religions

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    A critical task in Christian apologetics is understanding-properly-the relationship between other world religions and Christianity, where they overlap, and where they fundamentally divide.

    Christianity and World Religions: An Introduction to the World’s Major Faiths tours the world’s most influential religions in two parts. Part one discusses the essentials of other faiths including, Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism and Daoism, Judaism, and Islam.

    Part two examines the religions in light of Christian teaching and responds to them by drawing on the Bible and historical Christianity. The appendix includes some helpful primary and secondary books relating to this theme for those who would like to read more.

    Comprehensive and up-to-date coverage of major faiths from a Christian viewpoint
    An additional feature is the comparison of Christianity with world religions under 6 headings
    Helps you understand and interact with people of other faiths
    Written at senior high school level and above for church study groups, homeschool, and Christian school

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  • Setting Our Affections Upon Glory

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    Martyn Lloyd-Jones stands as one of the preeminent preachers of the 20th century. An ardent opponent of liberalism and defender of orthodoxy, ‘The Doctor’s’ legacy is still being felt today throughout the Protestant world. This collection of 9 previously unpublished sermons, originally delivered during his final visit to the United States, challenges modern readers to reevaluate the focus of their lives and the object of their affections. Covering topics such as prayer, evangelism, and the church, this timely anthology serves as a wakeup call to the church, exhorting all Christians to remain faithful to the Word of God while seeking shelter in the kind arms of the Savior.

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  • Life Everlasting : The Unfolding Story Of Heaven

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    Life Everlasting is about Heaven-our final salvation-but in looking forward to our participation in the new heavens and new earth, however, we often seek information in the wrong places . . . so what does the Bible reveal?

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  • Love Your Enemies

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    From 1971-1974 John Piper attended the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in München for doctoral work. In choosing a dissertation topic he decided to explore Jesus’s command in the Synoptic Gospels to love one’s enemies, and its relationship to similar ethical exhortations in the epistles (the Early Christian Paraenesis).Using a history of traditions approach, Piper begins by examining each New Testament reference to Jesus’s command in an attempt to place its origin within the broader paraenetic tradition. Piper moves on to survey similar exhortations for enemy love in the environment of the early church, then analyzes this particular command of Jesus within the broader context of his whole message. He investigates the theological significance of Jesus’s love command in the paraenesis and finally concludes by focusing on the Gospel tradition’s use of the command, particularly in Matthew and Luke.First published by Cambridge University Press in the Society for New Testament Studies Monograph Series, this repackaged edition features a new, extensive introduction. A serious work of Christian scholarship by a long-time respected author and pastor, this will be of interest to scholars, students, and lay people who have training in New Testament studies.

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  • Picking Up The Pieces

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    A broken romantic relationship can wreck lives, and is especially painful if you didn’t want it to end. Here is relief to lead you from heartache to a healthier relationship with Christ.

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  • Personal Size Study Bible

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    The ESV Study Bible, Personal Size compresses nearly all the features of the award-winning ESV Study Bible into a smaller size for easier carrying. This Personal Size edition retaina all of the original’s 25,000 study notes, 240 full-color maps and illustrations, charts, timelines, and introductions-more than 2 million words of Bible text, insightful explanation, teaching, and reference material. To conserve space, some of the extensive articles have been removed from this more compact edition and moved online for free access. Enjoy the comprehensive resources of the internationally best-selling ESV Study Bible, now in a convenient and portable smaller size!

    Features
    *Smaller, more portable size
    *Single-column Bible text (7.7-point type) double-column notes (6.3-point type)
    *Black letter text
    *25,000 study notes
    *240 full-color maps and illustrations througout
    *80,000 cross-references
    *Complete introductions to every Bible book
    *Extensive concordance
    *Printed on finest European Bible paper
    *Smyth-sewn binding
    *Lifetime guarantee from the publisher
    *Free access to the ESV Online Study Bible.

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  • Archibald G Brown

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    Archibald G.Brown (1844-1922), instead of following his father to wealth in commerce and banking, built a church to hold 3,000 in the East End of London while still in his twenties. Five thousand eight hundred were to join in 30 years. Almost simultaneously he led mission work among the poor, being described by The Daily Telegraph newspaper as possessing
    ‘a larger practical acquaintance with the homes, and the social horrors of the foulest corners of the East of London than anyone who could well be cited.’ When his health demanded a change, AGB (as he was popularly known) served other churches, including the Metropolitan Tabernacle, London, before a last decade of extensive travel with a temporary home in South Africa.

    After Spurgeon died (1892), Brown was a foremost leader among those for whom Christian preaching still meant ‘love, blood, and power’. It was written of him in 1913:
    ‘No man of modern times, of his school of thought, can command larger audiences.’

    Few spoke with more sympathy and tenderness, characteristics deepened by bereavements
    and the heart-felt realization that, ‘We have to perform our service in the same Spirit in which our Lord worked, and our measure of power will be according to the measure of Christ’s Spirit which we possess.’

    After days of revival, AGB lived to see adverse changes in the churches. What a majority accepted as progress, he saw as apostasy, and as the Christian faith waned in Britain, his life came to be remembered by few. But truth that comes from Scripture cannot die.

    Those who read him today will find him alive, and his life opens a window on New Testament Christianity.

    Iain Murray has done us a great service in bringing back the memory of this remarkable preacher.

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  • Lit : A Christian Guide To Reading Books

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    A call for Christians to reclaim the priority, privilege, and practice of reading. Christians are identified as people of the Word-submitted to the authority of God’s written Word, called to center our lives on it and not on the image-driven world that vies for our gaze. But how do we build such lives, and what do they look like? Tony Reinke’s answer is that we are to be readers of the Word of God and of the many other books that reflect God’s truth, goodness, and beauty in the world. In Lit!: A Christian Guide to Reading Books, Reinke lays out a theology of reading built around the gospel, developed from Scripture, and corroborated by church history. He offers guidance for exercising discernment in what we read, and practical advice on how to read regularly and well. Reinke also explains how to foster a culture of reading in our churches and homes. The book stresses that we may find truth, help, insight, or beauty in many different forms of literature, from theology to fiction to fantasy to business. Reinke reminds us that God is the author of all knowledge, and we read every book under his illumination.

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  • Should Christians Embrace Evolution

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    Thirteen scientists and theologians examine the claim that Christians must either embrace evolution or be opposed to science. They set out a clear framework for relevant biblical, theological, and scientific issues and answer crucial questions.

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  • Tempted And Tried

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    Describes the broader spiritual context of temptation as a war and leads believers to a rich understanding of the triumph they have in Christ. Although temptation is a common and well-acknowledged part of the human experience, few realize the truth behind temptation and fewer still know how to defeat it. Tempted and Tried will not reassure Christians by claiming that temptation is less powerful or less prevalent than it is; instead, it will prepare believers for battle by telling the truth about the cosmic war that is raging. Moore shows that the temptation of every Christian is part of a broader conspiracy against God, a conspiracy that confronts everyone who shares the flesh of Jesus through human birth and especially confronts those who share the Spirit of Christ through the new birth of redemption. Moore walks readers through the Devil’s ancient strategies for temptation revealed in Jesus’ wilderness testing. Moore considers how those strategies might appear in a contemporary context and points readers to a way of escape. Tempted and Tried will remind Christians that temptation must be understood in terms of warfare, encouraging them with the truth that victory has already been secured through the triumph of Christ.

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  • Irenaeus Of Lyons

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    There are lots of ‘idols’ these days. But do you have any heroes? What’s the difference? Idols are people we say we ‘adore’ because they are famous, or rich, or good looking, or because they have amazing talents, or special abilities perhaps we wish we could have. Heroes are people who are willing to live and die for what they believe.

    IRENAEUS OF LYONS: THE MAN WHO WROTE BOOKS tells the story of a hero. He was a follower of Jesus Christ. He served him far away from home. And to help his fellow Christians – he wrote books. This large hardback book for children, from the pen of Sinclair Ferguson, is beautifully illustrated by Allison Brown. A wonderful start to a wonderful series.

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  • Faithfulness And Holiness

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    J. I. Packer’s tribute to J. C. Ryle details the service of this faithful, nineteenth-century minister and is published alongside Ryle’s classic essay Holiness. As eldest son and heir to a fortune, John Charles Ryle had a hopeful future in Britain’s Parliament until the day his father declared bankruptcy. In a single moment he was stripped of everything. Ryle was devastated. And yet, had this not happened, J. C. Ryle would likely not have entered the clergy and become one of the most influential evangelical leaders of the nineteenth century. From his ministry Ryle went on to publish many important works and vigorously defend the purity of Reformed faith. Most significantly, Ryle’s personal tragedy led to a steadfast faithfulness and holiness in his life. Presented here is a newly repackaged and republished edition of J. I. Packer’s brief biography of the life of J. C. Ryle alongside the great preacher’s classic work Holiness. Admiring Ryle’s passion for God’s Word, Packer aims to open up the life of this godly man for a contemporary audience. Readers new to Ryle’s work will especially benefit from a first encounter with his essay on holiness.

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  • Darwin On Trial (Anniversary)

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    Is evolution fact or fancy? Is natural selection an unsupported hypothesis or a confirmed mechanism of evolutionary change? These were the courageous questions that professor of law Phillip Johnson originally took up in 1991. His relentless pursuit to follow the evidence wherever it leads remains as relevant today as then. The facts and the logic of the arguments that purport to establish a theory of evolution based on Darwinian principles, says Johnson, continue to draw their strength from faith–faith in philosophical naturalism. In this edition Johnson responds to critics of the first edition and maintains that scientists have put the cart before the horse, regarding as scientific fact what really should be regarded as a yet unproved hypothesis. Also included is a new, extended introduction by noted biologist Michael Behe, who chronicles the ongoing relevance of Johnson’s cogent analysis.

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  • With Calvin In The Theater Of God

    $9.27

    Join the great Reformer John Calvin in seeing the glory of God on display in the world. John Calvin saw this world as God’s theater where his glory is always on display. Just as day and night pour forth speech, the universe and history are not silent either; they tell the glory of God. Reflecting on over 500 years of Calvin’s legacy, John Piper and this book’s other contributors invite us to join Calvin in the theater of God. Stemming from the Desiring God 2009 National Conference, this volume includes chapters by Julius Kim, Douglas Wilson, Marvin Olasky, Mark Talbot, Sam Storms, and John Piper. It touches on topics such as Calvin’s life, the Christian meaning of public life, sin and suffering, the joy of the last resurrection, and Jesus Christ as the denouement of God’s story. Editors John Piper and David Mathis, along with the contributors, make John Calvin’s Christ-exalting perspective on the glory of God accessible to today’s readers. Both Calvinists and other evangelicals interested in the life and work of Calvin will find these essays refreshing and instructive, leading to a robust understanding of the world as the theater of God.

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