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Jehovahs Witness : What You Need To Know Quick Reference Guide
SKU (ISBN): 9781565075108 Ron Rhodes Binding: Trade Paper Published: February 1997 Publisher: Harvest House Publishers Print On Demand Product
Holy Spirit : Contours Of Christian Theology
The Holy Spirit, once forgotten, has been rediscovered in the twentieth century – or has he? Sinclair Ferguson believes we should rephrase this common assertion: While his work has been recognized, the Spirit himself remains to many Christians an anonymous, faceless aspect of the divine being. In order to redress this balance, Ferguson seeks to recover the who of the Spirit as much as the what and how. Ferguson’s study is rooted and driven by the scriptural story of the Spirit in creation and redemption.
Abandoned : What Is Gods Will For The Jewish People And The Church (Reprinted)
Part 1: Information You Need
1. We Can’t Afford To Lose You!
2. The Greatest Battle In The Universe
3. Reading The Rest Of Romans
4. Let’s Look At Church History
5. Why The Holocaust?
Part 2: Increasing Your Understanding
6. Who Is A Jew?
7. What Does It Mean To Be A Jew Today?
8. What Do Today’s Jews Believe About God And The Bible?
9. What Do Today’s Jews Think About Jesus?
Part 3: Questions You Are Now Ready To Ask
10. Do The Jewish People Really Need Jesus?
11. At The Heart Of The Matter
12. How Do We Reach The Jewish People?
13. The Special Needs Of Jewish Believers
14. What Does The Church Need To Do?
A Personal Note
Appendix 1: What’s Happening In Israel?
Appendix 2: Denominational Judaism In America
Appendix 3: Agencies That Minister To Jewish People
Has God abandoned the Jewish people?
In ABANDONED, we meet the modern, often secular face of contemporary Jewry. Telchin asks: What do today’s Jews believe about God and the Bible? What keeps them from considering the Gospel? Then he addresses the big lie: You cannot be Jewish and believe in Jesus. Finally, he guides us to the heart of the matter: why the Jewish people really need Jesus and how we can develop a faithful, loving witness to them.
ABANDONED is an invaluable guide to help us share God’s love with the people who are always on His heart.
Spiritual Disciplines Within The Church
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Why should I go to church? Why should I give so time to people I hardly know? Instead of being so focused on individual needs, Donald Whitney calls us to the discipline of living in community. It is only through our local church that we truly experience life in the body of Christ.
In a world committed to self-seeking and the thirst for individual rights, it is hard to create a genuine community based on self-sacrifice and mutual commitment–but that is just what the church must do. In Spiritual Disciplines Within the Church seminary professor, author, and former pastor Don Whitney shows how the local church can build a sense of community and turn church people from passive attendees into active participants. Whitney looks at such frequently asked questions as:
* Why can’t I get by on my own?
* Why should I go to church?
* Why should I give of myself to the church?
* Why do I need to worship in church? Couldn’t I just worship in nature?
* Why does it matter whether I become a member of the church?
Committed love must mark the local expression of the body of Christ. By putting spiritual disciplines into practice in the church, congregations can return to the depth of community present in the New Testament church, where they devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer.
Roman Catholic Controversy (Reprinted)
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1. I Can’t Believe He Did That
2. Cutting Through The Fog
3. The Essential Issue: The Gospel Of Peace
4. Who Defines The Gospel?
5. Sola Scriptura: God Speaks Clearly
6. The Thousand Traditions
7. Sola Scriptura Vs. Sacred Tradition
8. The Claims Of The Papacy
9. Justified Before God: Rome’s View
10. Justified Before God: By Grace Through Faith Alone
11. What Of The Mass?
12. The Divine Waiting Room
13. When Sola Scriptura Is Rejected
14. Sola Gratia
More than any time in the past, Roman Catholic and evangelicals are working together.
They are standing shoulder to shoulder against social evils. They are joining across denominational boundaries in renewal movements. And many evangelicals are finding the history, tradition, and grandeur of the Roman Catholic Church appealing. This newfound rapport has caused many evangelical leaders and laypeople to question the age-old disagreements that have divided Protestants and Catholics: Aren’t we all saying the same thing in a different language?
The Roman Catholic Controversy is an absorbing look at current views of tradition and Scsripture, the Papacy, the Mass, Purgatory, indulgencies, and Marian doctrine. James White affirms that evangelicals and Catholics share common ground on some points. Yet there are crucial differences that remain regarding the Christian life-and the heart of he Gospel itself-that cannot be ignored.
Dinosaurs By Design
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Everyone wants to know about dinosaurs! Dinosaurs By Design takes you into the exciting world of dinosuars to find out what they were really like. Discover how fossils are formed, dug up, and assembled for museums. Travel with the dinosaurs as they board Noah’s Ark and then enter the strange new world after the Flood. Find out what happened to the dinosaurs and are there any alive today. Join us on an exciting adventure to learn more about these magnificent creatures that God designed and created.
Power Of Prayer In A Believers Life
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Considered by his peers then and now as The Prince of Preachers, Charles Spurgeon built London’s Metropolitan Tabernacle into the world’s largest independent congregation during the nineteenth century. While many factors have been highlighted that help explain the effectiveness of Spurgeon’s preaching, the foremost secret that-empowered Charles Spurgeon was his devotion to prayer.
When people would walk trough the Metropolitan Tabernacle, Spurgeon would take them to the basement prayer room where people were always on their knees interceding for the church. Then Spurgeon would declare, Here is the powerhouse of this church. That statement is backed by the amazing number of sermons that Spurgeon preached on prayer.
Spurgeon was a great believer and teacher in passionate Holy Spirit-directed prayer. His word pictures of the majestic throne of grace that God calls believers to be privileged to come before is well worth the price of the book alone. You will be inspired and challenged in your prayer life, especially if you experience struggles in prayer.
Exploring Christian Thought
From Augustine to Aquinas, the early church fathers to the charismatic movement, Exploring Christian Thought introduces you to the thinkers and writings that have shaped Christian history and much of Western culture. Exploring Christian Thought offers a succinct introduction to over 100 influential thinkers and important events in the church, including the creation of the creeds, schisms and controversies, and the development of theology and doctrines.
Not The Way Its Supposed To Be
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Sin. Christians used to hate it, fear it, flee from it, grieve over it . . . but not anymore. In his bestseller, Plantinga gives you a fresh look at the ancient doctrine of sin to help you better recognize and deal with it. Discover how sin corrupts what is good, the relationship to folly and addiction—and the beauty of God’s grace.
Word Became Flesh
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THE WORD BECAME FLESH by Millard Erickson The church first answered conflicts over the deity and humanity of Christ at the Council of Chalcedon in 451. But Millard Erickson finds Chalcedon’s definition too narrow and negative a response to the Christs of liberation, feminism, blackness, functionalism, universalism, and postmodern theologies, among others. There must be a new Chalcedon – a doctrine that confesses what Jesus is not, but also affirms all that He is. The Word Became Flesh returns the theological discussion to what Christ said about himself and what Scripture deems important to stress.