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Christianity Today 2021 Book Award Winner: Apologetics & Evangelism
Telling a Better Story clears a path to a more effective, empathetic apologetics for today—both for experienced apologists and those new to sharing their faith with others.
Today’s Christians often view the practice of defending their faith as pushy or unnecessary. Won’t it just be taken for proselytizing? Don’t many unbelievers find it offensive? Many Christians have shifted to a strategy of hoping that our lives will show Christ to our neighbors—and, while this is certainly good, it’s no substitute to actively telling people about Christ.
In Telling a Better Story, author Joshua Chatraw presents a new and refreshing way to engage in apologetics that will help you tell the story of Christ in a holistic, culturally-contextual manner that—while being respectful—helps unbelievers imagine a more complete happiness and a better meaning to life.
As 1947 opens, Eva Cardon is the twenty-four-year-old owner of Washington, D.C.’s, most famous Black-owned restaurant. When her path crosses with Courtland, a handsome white senator from Georgia, both find themselves drawn to one another—but the danger of a relationship between a Black woman and a white man from the South could destroy them and everything they’ve worked for.
Few women own upscale restaurants in civil rights era Washington, D.C. Fewer still are twenty-four, Black, and wildly successful. But Eva Cardon is unwilling to serve only the wealthiest movers and shakers, and she plans to open a diner that offers Southern comfort to the working class.
A war hero and one of Georgia’s native sons, Courtland Hardiman Kingsley IV is a junior senator with great ambitions for his time in D.C. But while his father is determined to see Courtland on a path to the White House, the young senator wants to use his office to make a difference in people’s lives, regardless of political consequences.
Are you sick and tired of overeating?
Perhaps you have always had an unhealthy relationship with food and constantly overeat when stressed, anxious, or sad.
Or maybe you have developed this habit recently and want to get rid of it immediately.
If you’ve decided that the cycle of overeating has gone on for too long and you’re ready to take action, then look no further.
The 7-Step Spiritual Guide To Rapidly Overcome Emotional Eating The Way God Intended is a must-read. It will help you improve your eating habits, lose weight, strengthen your faith, and enhance your mind.
By reading this book, you will learn the circumstances that may cause you to eat emotionally and the steps you can take to prevent it.
After your faith has fractured, let what takes its place be the real thing . . . at last.
Somewhere along the way, the Christianity you knew began to crumble. You began to suspect your faith was misplaced. Disillusionment set in. Churches hurt you. Their people failed you. Christian institutions were exposed as fake. And in it all, God was silent. Is He gone? Or is God really there, waiting for you to find Him instead of the counterfeits?
If you’re walking this difficult spiritual path, Lina AbuJamra understands you. After experiencing the near deconstruction of her own faith, Lina had to rebuild something more solid when the faith she once knew let her down. With her diagnostic style that comes from her training as an ER doc, Lina helps you grapple with questions like:
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Kregel: Three Views on Israel and the Church: Perspectives on Roman 9-11 (Viewpoints) by Jared Compton & Andrew David Naselli vs. Three Views on the Origins of the Synoptic Gospels by Robert L. Thomas
Reformation Heritage: Pentecostal Outpourings: Revival and the Reformed Tradition by Michael A. G. Haykin, Robert Davis Smart, Ian Hugh Clary vs. Devoted to the Service of the Temple: Piety, Persecution, and Ministry in the Writings of Hercules Collins by Michael A.G. Haykin & Steve Weaver
Crossway: The Royal Priesthood and the Glory of God (Short Studies in Biblical Theology) by David Schrock vs. The Serpent and the Serpent Slayer (Short Studies in Biblical Theology) by Andrew David Naselli