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Price: $2.99 (Jan 27-28)
Many people think science is antagonistic to Christian belief. Science, it is said, shows that the universe is billions of years old, while the Bible says it is only thousands of years old. And some claim that science shows supernatural miracles are impossible. These and other points of contention cause some Christians to view science as a threat to their beliefs.
Redeeming Science attempts to kindle our appreciation for science as it ought to be-science that could serve as a path for praising God and serving fellow human beings. Through examining the wonderfully complex and immutable laws of nature, author Vern Poythress explains, we ought to recognize the wisdom, care, and beauty of God. A Christian worldview restores a true response to science, where we praise the God who created nature and cares for it.
In this grab bag, we have 6 fiction e-Books. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each book cover.
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Want to become a better leader?
Increase Your Leadership Impact is a short, easy-to-read book that walks you through simple tips to help you feel closer to God and grow in your ability to lead those around you.
If you’re a Christian professional, leader, pastor, or anyone who loves to serve and inspire others—and you’re willing to start by first improving yourself—this book is for you.
Drawing on life lessons learned while attending Oxford and Harvard, author John Christopher Frame, PhD, shares easy-to-implement strategies to help you develop your leadership capacity.
In this quick read, you’ll discover:
Life with no end? Space with no bounds? And what about Armageddon, The Lake of Fire, The Mark of the Beast?
Are we supposed to feel good about all this?
When we wonder about these things, we aren’t alone. There is much about the end of history we don’t understand. But while thoughts on the final day will stir our questions, they needn’t stir our fears. Regarding that day, Jesus urged, “Don’t let your hearts be troubled. Trust in God, and trust in me” (John 14:1).
Max Lucado believes the day Christ comes will be the “beginning of the very best.” And our primary task is to be prepared and peaceful while we wait.
If we have some questions about the end of time …
In the wake of the 1992 Los Angeles riots, Fuller Seminary theologian William Pannell decried the sentiment among white evangelicals that racism was no longer an urgent matter. In The Coming Race Wars? he meticulously unpacked reasons why our nation―and the church―needed to come to terms with our complicity in America’s racial transgressions before we face a more dire reckoning. Pannell was among a small number of Black evangelical leaders at the time who called the evangelical church to account on issues of racial justice. Now, nearly thirty years later, his words are as timely as ever. Some would even argue that the “race war” he predicted has arrived.
In The Coming Race Wars: A Cry for Justice, from Civil Rights to Black Lives Matter, Pannell revisits his provocative book with an expanded edition that connects its message to current events. With a new introduction by bestselling historian Jemar Tisby and a new afterword by Pannell, this compelling, heartfelt plea to the church will help today’s readers take a deeper look at the complexities of institutional racism and the unjust systems that continue to confound us.
This new edition of The Coming Race Wars will inspire you to open your eyes wider, discover a more holistic view of Christ’s gospel, and become an active participant in addressing America’s racial injustices.
Gospel e-books is working together with Christian publishers to allow you to choose what e-books you’d like to have discounted. Cast your vote below and the book with the most votes in each poll will be placed on sale soon after. If there are less than 100 total votes in a particular poll, the winning book will not be discounted.
Kregel: A Dad-Sized Challenge by Jeff Kinley vs. I’m Outnumbered!: One Mom’s Lessons in the Lively Art of Raising Boys by Laura Lee Groves
Intervarsity Press: Refuge Reimagined: Biblical Kinship in Global Politics by Mark R. Glanville & Luke Glanville vs. Disability and the Church: A Vision for Diversity and Inclusion by Lamar Hardwick
Reformation Heritage: Encouragement for Today’s Pastors: Help from the Puritans by Joel R. Beeke & Terry D. Slachter vs. A Labor of Love: Puritan Pastoral Priorities by J. Stephen Yuille
New Leaf: What Is Creation Science? (The Henry Morris Signature Collection) by Henry Morris vs. God & The Nations (The Henry Morris Signature Collection) by Henry Morris
Good Book Company: Just Ask: The Joy of Confident, Bold, Patient, Relentless, Shameless, Dependent, Grateful, Powerful, Expectant Prayer by J.D. Greear vs. Brave by Faith: God-Sized Confidence in a Post-Christian World by Alistair Begg
Crossway: The New Creation and the Storyline of Scripture (Short Studies in Biblical Theology) by Frank Thielman vs. The Presence of God: Its Place in the Storyline of Scripture and the Story of Our Lives by J. Ryan Lister
Christian Focus: Why Do I Feel Like This?: Meeting God in the Emptiness by Rachel Lane vs. Finding God in the Darkness by Irene Howat
Publisher: The Good Book Company
Price: $2.99 (Jan 26-27)
Expository Bible-study guide to 1 Corinthians.
The scope of 1 Corinthians is breathtaking. Paul tackles a huge variety of subjects, and as he does so, he gives us a precious insight into what a local church is (or at least can be).
As Andrew Wilson walks through this compelling, challenging epistle, you’ll see how grace looks in every Christian and how it can shape every church—even a church as flawed as the Corinthian one.
This expository guide is less academic than a traditional commentary and includes lots of application. It can be read from cover to cover, used in personal devotions, used to lead small group studies, or used for sermon preparation.