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Author(s): Warren W. Wiersbe
Publisher: Zondervan
Price: $1.99       (Oct 27 Only)
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“Scripture frequently sums up a man’s life in a single sentence.” – Charles Spurgeon

Inspired by the great preacher Charles Spurgeon, Warren Wiersbe launched a personal study of the lives of prominent Bible characters. Interested in more than biographical facts, Wiersbe sought out the themes of each person’s life as reflected in the pages of Scripture.

How does the Bible summarize this person’s life?
What is the key to understanding his or her character?
How do I see my own life reflected in the life of this person?
The Defining Verse takes you into the lives of sixty-three Biblical men and women who encountered an extraordinary God. For each, Wiersbe identifies a Scripture verse that sums up that individual’s life and then reflects on the lessons to be learned, both positive and negative. Now including a personal study for personal self-reflection, you will not only be challenged by these examples, you will be stimulated to consider what your “life sentence” will be.

Previously released under the title Life Sentences.

 



Author(s): Clifford Williams
Publisher:  Baker Academic
Price: $0.99       Buy Now!

What purpose do purely intellectual pursuits have in the lives of Christians? Why should Christians study subjects that have little bearing on their future careers and ministry? In a style reminiscent of the work of Arthur Holmes and Harry Blamires, veteran professor of philosophy Clifford Williams addresses these issues and more in this succinct and accessible examination of the life of the mind.
Christians cultivating the life of the mind actively pursue situations and discussions that require experimentation, reflection, and perseverance. They are interested in the acquisition of knowledge that is both unrelated and directly related to their faith. Williams answers common Christian objections to such activities, describes the virtues of the person who engages in the life of the mind, and asserts that the life of the mind is justifiably a Christian calling.
The Life of the Mind is directed toward college students contemplating the importance of college and intellectual activity in general, but it will be enjoyed by all committed to developing a Christian mind.



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Kregel: 40 Questions About Roman Catholicism by Gregg R. Allison vs. 40 Questions About Heaven and Hell by Alan W. Gomes

Reformation Heritage: Fasting, Prayer, and Humiliation for Sin by Arthur Hildersham vs. Watchfulness: Recovering a Lost Spiritual Discipline by Brian G. Hedges

New Leaf: Evidence for the Bible by Clive Anderson & Brian Edwards vs. The Ultimate Proof of Creation by Jason Lisle

Good Book Company: Women and God: Hard Questions, Beautiful Truth by Kathleen Nielson vs. He Will Be Enough: How God Takes You by the Hand Through Your Hardest Days by Katie Faris

Crossway: The Market-Driven Church by Udo W. Middelmann vs. Set Apart: Calling a Worldly Church to a Godly Life by R. Kent Hughes

Christian Focus: Pastor Hsi: A Struggle for Chinese Christianity by Geraldine Taylor vs. D. L. Moody: Moody without Sankey by John Pollock



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