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In this grab bag, we have 14 e-books on Theological education from Eerdmans. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each e-book cover.
Publisher: Master Books
Price: $2.99 (July 29-30)
Since the beginning of the 20th century, the vast majority of Christians have embraced the idea that it is a proper role and function of the civil government to control and guide the education of children. Most Christians believe God doesn’t care, one way or the other, how our children are schooled or what methods are employed. This book will use Scripture to prove otherwise.
What you read in this book will radically challenge your assumptions and preconceived ideas.
– Discover the true purpose of education and how this affects and influences students
– Explore a truly Biblical philosophy of education and how it compares to traditional schooling
– Learn to apply a Biblical worldview strategically and systematically to core subjects of education
There is almost no topic that is as relevant to the future of Christianity or as controversial as the education of children. Students in school classrooms spend thousands of hours being instructed by people who are not their parents. There
is almost no way to calculate what a powerful force this is for influence.
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.
Intervarsity Press: Mapping Apologetics: Comparing Contemporary Approaches by Brian K. Morley vs. The God Who Is There (The IVP Signature Collection) by Francis A. Schaeffer
Good Book Company: Born Again This Way: Coming out, Coming to faith, and What Comes Next by Rachel Gilson vs. Same Sex Relationships: Classic Wisdom from John Stott by John Stott
Crossway: To the Ends of the Earth: Calvin’s Missional Vision and Legacy by Michael A. G. Haykin & Jeff Robinson Sr. vs. A Company of Heroes: Portraits from the Gospel’s Global Advance by Tim Keesee
Christian Focus: Facing Snarls and Scowls: Preaching through Hostility, Apathy and Adversity by Brian Croft & James B. Carroll vs. The Pastor’s Life: Practical Wisdom from the Puritans by Matthew D. Haste & Shane W. Parker
In this grab bag, we have 7 e-books. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each book cover.
In this grab bag, we have 12 e-books from Crossway. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each book cover.
Publisher: Master Books
Price: $2.99 (Jan 9-10)
Numbers surround us. Just try to make it through a day without using any. It’s impossible: telephone numbers, calendars, volume settings, shoe sizes, speed limits, weights, street numbers, microwave timers, TV channels, and the list goes on and on. The many advancements and branches of mathematics were developed through the centuries as people encountered problems and relied upon math to solve them. For instance:
– What timely invention was tampered with by the Caesars and almost perfected by a pope?
– Why did ten days vanish in September of 1752?
– How did Queen Victoria shorten the Sunday sermons at chapel?
– What important invention caused the world to be divided into time zones?
– What simple math problem caused the Mars Climate Orbiter to burn up in the Martian atmosphere?
– What common unit of measurement was originally based on the distance from the equator to the North Pole?
– Does water always boil at 212? Fahrenheit?
– What do Da Vinci’s Last Supper and the Parthenon have in common?
– Why is a computer glitch called a “bug”?
It’s amazing how ten simple digits can be used in an endless number of ways to benefit man. The development of these ten digits and their many uses is the fascinating story you hold in your hands: Exploring the World of Mathematics.
“Everyone is so busy giving the classical education to the students that I’m not sure people have taken the time to actually tell them why it matters…”
Rebekah Merkle knows which high school classes you like and which you roll your eyes at, which books you enjoy and which you kinda skim. That’s because she went through this whole thing called classical education, too: She was a guinea pig in one of the very first classical Christian schools in the country.
Written for students by a (former) student, Classical Me, Classical Thee is lighthearted and — most importantly for you busy high-schoolers — very short. It has a simple goal: to explain why you students are doing what you do in class. (SPOILER: Grades aren’t the point — you won’t use your knowledge of the Iliad Book 5 every year until you die.)
What you do in class is a drill — and nobody drills for the sake of the drill. You do drills so that you can win the game. The real tragedy, though, would be if you didn’t know you were doing drills… or didn’t know there was a game at all.
Grades aren’t the point. So drill to win.