Tag: Social Issues

Social Issues

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  • Christianity And Wokeness

    $14.99

    In a world that is woke, how many Christians are actually awake? This short, theologically sound primer is a resource for pastors, ministry leaders, community leaders, and other thinking Christians that explains carefully and clearly what Critical Race Theory and wokeness truly are, what the Bible teaches about race and ethnicity, why wokeness is distinct from Christianity and should be rejected, and how the church can work for unity based in the gospel of grace.

    Owen Strachan is a respected Reformed theologian and thought leader who can help Christians:

    *Better understand Critical Race Theory, something very few do;
    *Understand the high stakes–for the church and society at large–of wokeness as a movement;
    *Think through America’s complex past with nuance and sensitivity;
    *Study how God has made humanity one through the imago Dei;
    *Grasp the beauty of the biblical doctrine of ethnicity and race; and
    *Be ready to work for unity in perilous times

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  • Fault Lines : The Social Justice Movement And Evangelicalism’s Looming Cata

    $18.49

    We are standing on shaky ground.

    As a wave of violent riots protesting the death of a black man at the hands of police shook the nation in the summer of 2020, most Americans were shocked. Christians nationwide, eager to fulfill their God-given calling to bring peace and reconciliation, took to pulpits and social media in droves to affirm that black lives matter and proclaim that racial justice is a gospel issue.

    But what if those Christians, those ministers, and those powerful ministries don’t know the whole story behind the new movement that’s been making waves in their congregations? Even worse: what if they’ve been duped into adopting a set of ideas that not only don’t align with the Kingdom of God, but stand diametrically opposed to it?

    In this powerful book, pastor, professor, and leading cultural apologist Voddie Baucham explains the sinister worldview behind the social justice movement and how it has quietly spread like a fault system, not only through our culture, but throughout the evangelical church in America. He also details the devastation it is already wreaking–and what we can do to get back on solid ground before it’s too late.

    Whether you’re a layperson who feels like you’ve just woken up in a strange new world and wonder how to engage both sensitively and effectively in the conversation on race, or a pastor who’s wondering how to deal with increasingly polarized factions within your congregation, this book will provide the clarity and understanding you need to either hold your ground, or reclaim it.

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  • Surviving Religion 101

    $10.99

    Reflections on Keeping Your Faith in College

    Preparing for college is exciting for young adults-but are they truly prepared for the intellectual challenges they will face in and out of the classroom? College is not just a time filled with new and formative experiences; it can also be an intense season of testing for a young Christian’s faith.

    Writing in the form of a letter to his college-age daughter, Michael Kruger reflects on some of the biggest stumbling blocks Christian students often encounter at secular universities. Answering questions such as How can Christianity be the only right religion?; How can we know the Bible is really from God?; and Wouldn’t a loving God save everyone?, Kruger offers biblical, theological, and logical support for the Christian faith and provides students with the tools to navigate these challenging topics. College students wrestling with these issues will be encouraged to find security in God’s unfailing word even in the face of difficult questions.

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  • Free To Believe

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    A leading religious freedom attorney, the veteran of several Supreme Court battles, helps people of faith understand religious liberty in our rapidly changing culture–why it matters, how it is threatened, and how to respond with confidence and grace.

    Many Christians and others are concerned about rising threats to religious freedom. They feel the culture changing around them, and they fear that their beliefs will soon be marginalized as a form of bigotry. Others, younger Christians in particular, are tired of the culture wars, and they wonder whether courtroom battles are truly worthwhile, or even in line with the teachings of Jesus. Luke Goodrich offers a reasoned, balanced, gospel-centered approach to religious freedom. He applies biblical understanding to a number of the most hot-button cultural issues of our day. He also offers practical steps Christians can take to respond to religious freedom conflicts in an informed, responsible, and graceful way.

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  • 1 Blood : A Kids Guide To What The Bible Says About Race

    $14.50

    Discussions about race are inundated with political correctness and cultural buzzwords. Yet, it is critical to have this difficult conversation with children today in a way they can understand – and God has given us a simple, powerful answer in the Bible.

    Apologetics powerhouse Ken Ham provides children important insight and a biblical foundation that combat the evolutionary nonsense of multiple human races. From the Garden of Eden to our world today, there is just one race – the human race- and once you understand that, racism loses its power!

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  • God And The Transgender Debate

    $11.98

    Foreword By R. Albert Mohler Jr
    1. He Had Compassion
    2. How We Got To Where We Are
    3. The Language
    4. On Making A Decision
    5. Well-Designed
    6. Beauty And Brokenness
    7. A Better Future
    8. Love Your Neighbor
    9. No Easy Paths
    10. Challenging The Church
    11. Speaking To Children
    12. Tough Questions
    13. Open Hands

    Additional Info
    What is transgender and gender fluidity? What does God’s Word actually say about these issues? How can the gospel be good news for someone experiencing gender dysphoria? How do churches respond?

    These are questions Christians need to think through and this warm, faithful, careful book will help them do just that.

    Hear Andrew speak at a luncheon at the TGC National Conference

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  • When A Nation Forgets God

    $9.65

    In When A Nation Forgets God, Erwin Lutzer studies seven similarities between Nazi Germany and America today-some of them chilling-and cautions us to respond accordingly. Engaging, well-researched, and easy to understand, Lutzer’s writing is that of a realist, one alarmed but unafraid. Amidst describing the messes of our nation’s government, economy, legal pitfalls, propaganda, and more, Lutzer points to the God who always has a plan.

    At the beginning of the twentieth Century, Nazi Germany didn’t look like a country on the brink of world-shaking terrors. It looked like America today. When a Nation Forgets God uses history to warn us of a future that none of us wants to see. It urges us to be ordinary heroes who speak up and take action.

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  • We Cannot Be Silent

    $17.19

    Twenty years ago, not one nation on earth had legal same-sex marriage. Now, access to same-sex marriage is increasingly seen as a basic human right. In a matter of less than a generation, western cultures have experienced a moral revolution.

    Al Mohler examines how this transformation occurred, revealing the underlying cultural shifts behind this revolution: the acceptance of divorce culture, liberation of sex from reproduction, the prevalence of heterosexual cohabitation, the normalization of homosexuality, and the rise of the transgender movement. He then offers a deep look at how the Bible and Christian moral tradition provide a comprehensive understanding upon which Christians can build their personal lives, their marriages, church ministry, and cultural engagement.

    Mohler helps Christians in their understanding of the underlying issues of this significant cultural shift and how to face the challenge of believing faithfully, living faithfully, and engaging the culture faithfully in light of this massive change.

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  • Naming The Elephant

    $15.99

    What is a worldview? What lies behind your thoughts about almost everything? For more than thirty years, James W. Sire has grappled with this issue. In his widely used textbook The Universe Next Door, first published in 1976, Sire offered a succinct definition of a worldview and catalogued in summary fashion seven basic worldview alternatives. Students, critics, new literature and continued reflection have led him to reexamine and refine his definition of a worldview. This second edition companion volume to The Universe Next Door is the fruit of that effort, offering readers his most mature thought on the concept of a worldview, addressing such questions as

    What is the history of the concept itself?
    What is the first question you should ask in formulating a worldview?
    How are worldviews formed existentially as well as intellectually?
    Is a worldview primarily an intellectual system, a way of life or a story?
    What are the public and private dimensions of a worldview?
    What role can worldview thinking play in assessing your own worldview and those of others, especially in light of the pluralism in today’s world?

    Naming the Elephant is an excellent resource for exploring more deeply how and why worldview thinking can aid you in navigating your pluralistic universe.

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  • Prepare : Living Your Faith In An Increasingly Hostile Culture

    $10.99

    Much like a person who has awaked from a decades-long coma to be introduced to a radically different world, evangelicals are just awakening to the reality that they have lost the culture war in this country.

    We are seeing the rapid deterioration and dismantling of a Judean-Christian culture in America – and believers are finding themselves in unfamiliar positions. Values once held sacred are being discarded. Freedoms once offered are being withheld. Biblical absolutes once embraced are being replaced by relativism. Trend lines, unless altered, point to accelerated cultural change and even greater drift from the historic roots of this country.

    As a result, there is a growing intolerance towards believers and their message. Increasingly, followers of Jesus are being viewed as narrow, bigoted and hateful.

    Yet all of this was predicted by Christ before His departure. Prepare: Living Your Faith in an Increasingly Hostile Culture will set forth a biblical, theological, and practical approach to navigating the challenging days ahead and a reason for hope and optimism – the power of the Gospel and the possibility of societal transformation.

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  • Gospel In The Marketplace Of Ideas (Student/Study Guide)

    $8.10

    Abbreviations
    1. Welcome To Athens
    2. Was Paul’s Speech At Athens A Mistake?
    3. Paul’s Athens
    4. Our Athens
    5. Paul’s Speech In Acts
    6. Paul’s Audience
    7. Paul’s Gospel For The Educated
    8. The Art Of Persuasion
    9. Acting On The Truth
    10. Going To Our Own Mars Hill
    Resources For Further Reading
    Study Questions For Group Discussion
    Subject Index

    Additional Info
    Our world is multi-cultural, multi-religious, multi-philosophical. It ranges from fundamental monotheism to do-it-yourself spirituality to strident atheism. How can we authentically and effectively present the message of Jesus the Messiah in such a pluralistic and often relativistic context? When Paul visited Athens, as told in the book of Acts, he found an equally multi-cultural and multi-religious setting. From Jews to Gentiles, elite to poor, slaves to slave owners, from olive-skinned Gentiles to dark-skinned Ethiopians–the Greco-Roman world was a dynamic mixture. Religions practices were also wide and varied, with the Imperial cult of Emperor worship being the most prominent. Many also frequented the temples for the traditional Greek pantheon, and participated in the secret rituals of the Mystery Religions. Philosopher Paul Copan and New Testament scholar Kenneth Litwak team up to show how Paul’s example found in Acts 17 provide a practical model that still fits today. They uncover the cultural and religious background of this key episode in the Apostle’s career. With equal facility they show what it means for us who live in an age of competing beliefs and value systems.

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  • Your Child Says Im Gay

    $3.99

    Four little words that will rock any parent’s world: I think I’m gay. If your child said this, you are probably experiencing a combination of shock, denial, anger, confusion, and uncertainty. Despite your shock you still want to respond well. What should you say? What questions should you ask? How do you move forward in your relationship?

    Tim Geiger walks with you through the ups and downs of dealing with your child’s revelation. With the wisdom and compassion of Scripture, he offers helpful advice for navigating the new complexities in your relationship with your child and hope for moving forward together.

     

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