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Author(s): Rick Stedman
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
Price: $1.99 (Feb 21-28)
“In the style of C.S. Lewis, Rick has given us a gift by pointing out the evidence for God’s existence that can be found all around us if we know where to look.”
Dr. Mark W. Baker
Could Our Lives Be Surrounded by
Surprising Clues to God’s Existence?
We’ve all had doubts about God’s existence—or we know people who have. What if we could uncover evidence of the reality of God that would bolster our faith or plant seeds of belief in the hearts of skeptics?
This 31-day intellectual journey reveals hints of the divine all around us—in what we believe, what we love, what we have, and what we know. Discover how sports, superheroes, science, and dozens of other topics point to unexpected clues of God’s existence.
This carefully reasoned yet whimsical approach to a perplexing topic paves the way for meaningful dialogue between those who believe in God and those who are skeptical.
Author(s): Colleen Coble
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Price: $1.99 (Feb 21 Only)
With the help of a DNA test, Harper Taylor has finally located the family she’s always longed for—but has it also put her in the crosshairs of a killer? Suspense, romance, and secrets meld in this engrossing novel from USA TODAY bestselling author Colleen Coble.
Harper Taylor is used to being alone—after all, she grew up in one foster home after another. Oliver Jackson finally took her under his wing when she was a runaway teenager, and now Harper pours her marine biology knowledge into Oliver’s research as his business partner. But she’s never stopped wishing for a family of her own.
When a DNA test reveals a half sister living just two hours away, Harper is shocked. She meets with Annabelle, whose story is strikingly similar to her own. Is it just a coincidence that both of their mothers died tragically, without revealing their father’s name?
Publisher: Reformation Heritage
Price: $2.99 (Feb 21-22)
In 1905, Westminster Press published ‘History of the Presbyterian Churches of the World’ by church historian Richard Clark Reed (1851–1925). Reed’s book, intended as a textbook for college and seminary students, covered the history of churches that subscribed to Presbyterian polity from the New Testament era to the beginning of the twentieth century. Based on Reed’s original work as well as an unpublished manuscript by Presbyterian historian Thomas Hugh Spence Jr. (1899–1986), ‘Presbyterian and Reformed Churches: A Global History’ picks up the story of Presbyterian and Reformed churches where the earlier works left off. In this volume, James McGoldrick revises and updates Reed’s and Spence’s original, historically relevant works, continuing the survey to the twenty-first century.
In this grab bag, we have 6 e-books for women. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each book cover.
In this grab bag, we have 6 e-books on Biblical studies. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each book cover.
Publisher: Intervarsity Press
Price: $2.99 (Feb 20-21)
For philosophers, the pursuit of truth travels on precise definitions. For Christian apologists, the defense of the faith is founded on the defining Word. And for beginning students of either discipline, the difference between success and frustration begins with understanding the terms and ideas and identifying the thinkers and movements.
The Pocket Dictionary of Apologetics Philosophy of Religion is designed to be a companion to your study of these two related disciplines. Among its 300 entries are
terms, from a posteriori to worldview
apologists, from Abelard to Van Til
philosophers of religion, from Alston to Wolterstorff
movements, from analytic philosophy to voluntarism
apologetic arguments, from the cosmological to the wager
theologies, from Arminianism to Zoroastrianism
Here is an affordable and easily accessible “help key” for your readings, lectures, writing assignments and exam preparation. It’s a must-have study aid for any student who expects to cogitate on coherentism or ruminate on Ricouer.
Price: $2.99 (Feb 20-21)
God’s right to judge humanity is written on the very fabric of human existence
The doctrine of reprobation–that is, the eternal, unconditional decree of God for the non-elect–is frequently misconstrued in both pastoral and theological literature. In Reprobation and God’s Sovereignty, Peter Sammons reintroduces this oft-misunderstood doctrine, revealing its relationship to divine sovereignty. With Romans 9 as a guiding text, Sammons presents a thoroughly researched defense of reprobation as an essential part in a Reformed theology that magnifies God and encourages believers to trust in him.
Reprobation and God’s Sovereignty clearly defines and demonstrates from Scripture the foundational terms and doctrines required for properly understanding reprobation, such as: