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The human brain is incredibly complex. Both Christian and secular scholars alike affirm this fact, yet the traditional view of humanity as spiritual beings made in the image of God has come under increased pressure from humanistic and materialistic thinkers who deny that humans are anything more than their physical bodies. Christians have long affirmed that humans are spiritual beings made by God to know and fellowship with him, while the humanist position views humans as merely evolved animals.
Bradley Sickler provides a timely theological, scientific, and philosophical assessment of the human brain, highlighting the many ways in which the gospel informs the Christian understanding of cognitive science. Here is a book that provides a much-needed summary of the Bible’s teaching as it sheds light on the brain, with careful interaction with the claims of modern science, arguing that the Christian worldview offers the most compelling vision of the true nature of humanity.
TLC’s Counting On breakout stars Jeremy and Jinger Vuolo share their love story, a behind-the-scenes glimpse into their lives together, and the hope that drives them every day.
Jinger Vuolo did not have what you’d call a typical childhood. The sixth child of Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar’s nineteen, she grew up with the bright lights of television crews in her home, filming the hit TLC show 19 Kids and Counting. Jinger has always been a fan favorite, and now she and her husband Jeremy are the breakout stars of the show’s sequel, Counting On.
In The Hope We Hold, Jeremy and Jinger Vuolo share the highs and lows of their love story. They open up about the early days of getting to know one another, their long-distance relationship, and the many sleepless nights of their time as new parents. But throughout all their stories, just below the surface, weaving together every triumph and trial of their lives, is the silver thread of hope.
Though they don’t pretend to have all the answers, they can promise that there is hope in Christ for every person in every walk of life. There is an inheritance of glory, a life richer than we can imagine, if we only walk with Him.
When your faith tells you what’s right, but your feelings are spoiling for a fight . . . how do you deal with difficult people?
Racing ahead regardless of your feelings may seem like the responsible thing to do. However, trying to live biblically while sidestepping feelings is like driving with the handbrake on—you can’t get very far, and you’re miserable the entire time.
Dr. Audrey recommends a smoother ride. Drawing from over a decade of counseling experience, she reveals:
· How to release that handbrake and work with your feelings
· What makes some people difficult
· Why getting angry makes matters worse
· How to determine if you should attempt reconciliation
· Reasons you can trust God for the final say—
· And more.
USA Today Bestseller
Jack Nicklaus II shares stories, insights, and lessons he’s learned from his father, the “Golden Bear,” that will delight golf fans of all ages, encourage fathers, and inspire readers to focus on what’s most important in life: family.
Best Seat in the House, written with New York Times bestselling author Don Yaeger, gives us eighteen valuable lessons that Jack Nicklaus II learned from his father, PGA champion Jack Nicklaus. Although the “Golden Bear,” as he is known by fans, is widely regarded as the best golfer of all time, with a record number of PGA major championships, his life and values show that true legacy lives on through your children, grandchildren, and others we are blessed to call family and friends.
For the first time, the public is given the opportunity to see what made Jack Nicklaus an off-course success, including
In this grab bag, we have 4 eBibles. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each book cover.
Beloved writer Sean Dietrich—also known as Sean of the South—will warm your heart with this rich and nostalgic tale of a small-town sheriff, a mysterious little girl, and a good-hearted community pulling together to help her.
Folks in Moab live for ice cream socials, baseball, and the local paper’s weekly gossip column. Sheriff Winston Browne has watched over Moab with a generous eye for a decade, and by now he’s used to handling the daily dramas that keep life interesting for Moab’s quirky residents.
But just after Winston receives some terrible, life-altering news, a seemingly mute runaway with no clear origin arrives in Moab. The residents do what they believe is right and take her in—until two suspicious strangers arrive and begin looking for her. Suddenly Winston has a child in desperate need of protection—as well as a secret of his own to keep.
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: Invitation to World Missions: A Trinitarian Missiology for the Twenty-first Century by Dr Timothy Tennent vs. Invitation to Educational Ministry: Foundations of Transformative Christian Education by George Hillman & Sue Edwards
Intervarsity Press: The Theology of Jeremiah: The Book, the Man, the Message by John Goldingay vs. The Theology of the Book of Isaiah by John Goldingay
Good Book Company: Stop Taking Sides: How Holding Truths in Tension Saves Us from Anxiety and Outrage by Adam Mabry vs. Humble Calvinism: And if I Know the Five Points, But Have Not Love … by J.A. Medders
Crossway: Family Discipleship: Leading Your Home through Time, Moments, and Milestones by Matt Chandler & Adam Griffin vs. God, Marriage, and Family (Second Edition): Rebuilding the Biblical Foundation by Andreas J. Kostenberger
Christian Focus: Living by Revealed Truth by Tom Nettles vs. Spurgeon’s Sorrows: Realistic Hope for Those who Suffer from Depression by Zack Eswine
David C. Cook: 40 Prayers for Your Quiet Time: Prayers for the Church or Home by David Clowes vs. Let Us Pray: 120 Prayers for All Occasions by David Clowes