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Men And Women Equal Yet Different (Student/Study Guide)
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Written for those who want to know more about the biblical teachings on gender but don’t have time to read lengthy tomes on the subject, this small book is also perfect for high school and college students. It addresses one of the most significant changes that has occurred in human history: the gender revolution. Like the rest of society, Christianity has been permanently affected by this change. In reality, the gender transformation taking place within the worldwide Christian community is a radical departure from biblical, apostolic Christianity. Men and Women: Equal Yet Different presents the complementarian perspective that men and women are equal yet different, and introduces the key terms, arguments, Scripture passages, and research related to this position.
Playing With Fire
1. Reading The Bible Is Playing With Fire
2. Don’t We Have To Be Informed To Be Transformed
3. Seeing From The Top Down Changes From The Bottom Up
4. Ingesting The Fire Inflames The Soul
5. God Has A Plan For Our Life The Old Testament Narratives And Histories
6. The Law Good Boundaries Make Good Neighbors
7. Teach Our Souls To Sing The Psalms
8. Oh To Be Wise Proverbs And The Wisdom Literature
9. The Prophets Return To A Heart For God And People
10. Be Discipled By Jesus The Gospels
11. The Book Of Acts Discover Our Purpose In The World
12. The Epistles Live Purposefully In Community With God’s People
13. Live Expectantly In Light Of The End Revelation
For the reader who equates reading the Bible to watching grass grow, Playing With Fire shows them how powerful and exciting scripture can be. Walt Russell teaches us how to study different sections of the Bible in ways that change reader’s perception of God’s word and transforms their lives. This material has been used in Russell’s college courses with life-changing results. He gives detailed examples for studying each section of the Bible and helps readers refine their ability to read and interpret it, providing the essential tools for unlocking the meaning of God’s Word. This is part of the NavPress Spiritual Formation Line which focuses on bringing radical soul transformation rather than outward conformity to the ordinary Christian.
Difficult Doctrine Of The Love Of God
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In doing away with trivialities and cliches, this work gets to the heart of this all-important doctrine from an unflinching evangelical perspective. Yet it does so without losing its personal emphasis: for in understanding more of the comprehensive nature of God’s love as declared in His Word, you will come to understand God and His unending love for you more completely
Out Of The Saltshaker And Into The World (Anniversary)
Christians and non-Christians have something in common, says Pippert. We’re both uptight about evangelism. So begins this fun, engaging bestseller that helps you feel relaxed, not pressured, about sharing your faith. Revised and expanded with new real-life stories and evangelistic strategies! Includes study guide.
Invitation To The Apocrypha A Print On Demand Title
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In this volume a leading biblical scholar helps readers rediscover the ancient books of the Old Testament Apocrypha. INVITATION TO THE APOCRYPHA provides a clear, basic introduction to these important–but often neglected–ancient books that is ideal for personal study, churches, and classroom settings. Using the latest and best scholarship yet writing for those new to the Apocrypha, Daniel Harrington guides readers through the background, content, and message of each book. A distinctive feature of this primer is that it focuses throughout on the problem of suffering, highlighting what each book of the Apocrypha says about this universal human experience.
Protestant Biblical Interpretation (Reprinted)
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The Prophets of Israel has established itself as a reliable introduction to prophecy and prophets in Israel. Students will now be able to acquire this useful textbook in a more affordable paperback edition.
According to Leon Wood, a continuity exists between Israel’s earlier nonwriting prophets and its later prophets. Both must be studied to acquire a thorough understanding of Israelite prophecy.
This assertion, for which the author of this study marshals considerable evidence, underlies the entire text of this significant volume. Instead of concentration upon the prophetic writings, the author focuses on the prophets themselves, both those who recorded their messages and those who did not. A study of the [prophets] themselves is most worthwhile, he writes, for when one sees them as people, in the day and circumstances in which they lived, he has a distinct advantage for understanding what they wrote.
The book begins with an informative introduction to the Israelite prophets represented in the canon; the author then discusses the nonwriting prophets of both the premonarchy era (including Miriam, Deborah, and Samuel) and the monarchy period (including Gad, Nathan, Ahijah, Iddo, Shemaiah, Azariah, Hanani, Jehu, Jahaziel, Eliezer, Elijah, Micaiah, Zechariah, and Elisha).
Power In Praising God
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While pointing to the rewards of thankful prayer, Charles Spurgeon shows Christians how to unlock the power of prayer by praising God. As he explores the Scriptures, Spurgeon explains how you can: Promote your spiritual well-being; Break through the barriers of prayer; Find peace in life’s storms; Relive the miracles of the Bible; Expand your ability to praise God; Develop a thankful heart; Experience God’s abundant provision.
All The Angels In The Bible
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The classic All Series books have graced the shelves of pastors, students, and laypeople alike for decades. ALL THE ANGELS IN THE BIBLE continues in the series’ tradition of offering a faithful and comprehensive treatment of biblical subjects.
This is a book of angel stories. It describes in detail angelic encounters with men and women through thousands of years-from our first parents, Adam and Eve, in the Garden of Eden, to the last words of angels spoken to the apostle John during his imprisonment on the remote island of Patmos. This is about all the angels in the Bible, their nature, and their ministry.
Lockyer shows us that the Bible speaks clearly about angels. He lists every biblical reference to angels and describes the angels of the Old Testament and the angels of the New Testament. Through angels, God has provided for centuries of believers. Lockyer’s book encourages us that God will continue this provision.
Power Of Integrity
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1. Value Unsurpassed
2. Doctrinal Integrity
3. In Pursuit Of Godliness
4. Results Of An Uncompromising Life
5. Fire And Lions
6. In Defense Of Integrity
7. With Fear And Trembling: The Antidote To Hypocrisy
8. Render Unto God
9. The Responsibilities Of Personal Holiness
10. The Obligations Of Practical Holiness
We live in a society that has largely abandoned moral standards and Christian principles. Unkept campaign promises, false advertising, exaggerated tax exemptions, employee theft-compromise has become a way of life. Such moral concession has even invaded the church. Faced with an opportunity to proclaim Christ to unbelievers, we feel intimidated and keep silent. Or we water down God’s Word on ethical issues at work or in our community to avoid rejection. Too often we prefer hypocrisy to integrity.
But God longs for His people to be different-to maintain a commitment to His standards, no matter what the cost. Is consistent obedience to God-integrity-attainable in this world of sin and self? By the grace and power of God, yes!
One of the nation’s most respected pastors points the way to persevering character in Christ. Drawing from scriptural examples of godly men who modeled integrity during severe testing, MacArthur makes a compelling case for the impact a man or woman of integrity can have in our world.
A helpful study guide for individuals or groups is included.
God In The Dark
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Do you have significant doubts about God? Are you afraid to doubt, much less admit to anyone that you aren’t fully convinced of God’s faithfulness? Are you so torn by your questions that life is losing its meaning?
This forthright but compassionate book works to tear away the layers of misunderstanding about doubt to reveal not only its dangers but its great value. As author Os Guinness explains: If ours is an examined faith, we should be unafraid to doubt… There is no believing without some doubting, and believing is all the stronger for understanding and resolving doubt.
For those who are unsure of God’s trustworthiness-and for those who are in a dark place, wanting to know Why? or How long, O Lord?-God in the Dark is a must. It puts a human face on the problem of doubt and examines it thoroughly. In a way that will respond to your questions, settle your fears, and strengthen your faith.
Covenant : Gods Purpose Gods Plan
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As one of the most prominent themes in Scripture, the covenant is crucial to all Christian theological systems, from dispensationalism to covenant theology to theonomy to liberation theology. One would think that by now all controversies have been exhausted, but an issue of this magnitude can never finally be laid to rest. Because disagreements persist, there is room for yet another attempt to study the covenant and improve our understanding of it. This book proposes that the path toward an evangelical consensus is not to be found in building another modified systematic theology, but in a biblical theology approach. Grounded in this approach, John Walton’s perspective is that while the covenant is characteristically redemptive, formulated along the lines of ancient treaties, and ultimately soteric, it is essentially revelatory. This view in turn has implications regarding the continuity or discontinuity of the covenant phases, the conditionality of the covenant, and our understanding of the people of God. And this ultimately affects the way the Old Testament is preached and taught. Walton’s thesis is an important contribution to the discussion of the covenant and the attempts to find common ground among evangelicals of diverse theological traditions.
Letters Along The Way
For anyone who likes to read other people’s mail, here is an intriquing batch of letters for a senior saint to a junior saint. The new believer will find invaluable help in taking those early steps of faith. Others will find a wealth of information on topics such as apologetics, science and faith, inerrancy, heart versus head faith, prayer, the changing face of evangelicalism, and trends emerging in American culture all from a unique personal perspective.