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In this grab bag, we have 5 e-books. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each ebook cover.
Increasingly, Western culture embraces confusion as a virtue and decries certainty as a sin. Those who are confused about sexuality and identity are viewed as heroes. Those who are confused about morality are progressive pioneers. Those who are confused about spirituality are praised as tolerant. Conversely, those who express certainty about any of these issues are seen as bigoted, oppressive, arrogant, or intolerant.
This cultural phenomenon led the compilers of the Oxford English Dictionary to name “post-truth” their word of the year in 2016. How can Christians offer truth and clarity to a world that shuns both?
By accurately describing the Culture of Confusion and how it has affected our society, author Abdu Murray seeks to awaken Westerners to the plight we find ourselves in. He also challenges Christians to consider how they have played a part in fostering the Culture of Confusion through bad arguments, unwise labeling, and emotional attacks.
Ultimately, Saving Truth provides arguments from a Christian perspective for the foundations of truth and how those foundations apply to sexuality, identity, morality, and spirituality. For those enmeshed in the culture of confusion, the book offers a way to untangle oneself and find hope in the clarity that Christ offers.
Encounter Jesus Like Never Before through Eastern Eyes
Throughout these pages, Ravi Zacharias and Abdu Murray invite readers to rediscover the cultural insights we often miss when we ignore the Eastern context of the Bible. They offer a refreshing picture of Jesus, one that appeals to Eastern readers and can penetrate the hearts and imaginations of postmodern Westerners.
In Seeing Jesus from the East, Ravi Zacharias and Abdu Murray show us why a broader view of Jesus is needed – one that recognizes the uniquely Eastern ways of thinking and communicating found in the pages of the Bible. Zacharias and Murray capture a revitalized gospel message, presenting it through this Eastern lens and revealing its power afresh to Western hearts and minds.
Incorporating story, vivid imagery, and the concepts of honor and shame, sacrifice, and rewards, Seeing Jesus from the East calls believers and skeptics, both Eastern and Western, to a fresh encounter with the living and boundless Jesus.
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: Apocalypse Later: Why the Gospel of Peace Must Trump the Politics of Prophecy in the Middle East by Abdu Murray vs. The People, the Land, and the Future of Israel by Darrell L. Bock & Mitch Glaser
Intervarsity Press: Life in the Presence of God: Practices for Living in Light of Eternity by Kenneth Boa vs. Shaped by Suffering: How Temporary Hardships Prepare Us for Our Eternal Home by Kenneth Boa
Cruciform Press: Killing Calvinism: How to Destroy a Perfectly Good Theology from the Inside by Greg Dutcher vs. Anchored in Grace: Fixed Points for Humble Faith by Jeremy Walker
New Leaf: Raising Them Up: Parenting for Christians by Israel Wayne vs. Reset for Parents: How to Keep Your Kids from Backsliding by Todd Friel
Good Book Company: A Man’s Greatest Challenge: How to Build Self Control that Lasts (Live Different) by Dai Hankey vs. A Few Good Men by Richard Coekin
Christian Focus: And so to Bed…: A Biblical View of Sleep by Adrian Reynolds vs. What’s up with the Fig Leaves?: The Principles and Purposes of Modesty Uncovered by Heather Thieneman
In this grab bag, we have 14 e-books. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each book cover.
Publisher: Kregel Publications
Price: $2.99 (Jan 14-15)
Former Muslim Abdu H. Murray urges Christians to focus less on prophecy and more on spreading God’s love in the Middle East.