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Kregel: Marriage on the Mend by Clint Bragg & Penny A. Bragg  vs. Living Whole Without a Better Half by Wendy Widder
Crossway: 15 Things Seminary Couldn’t Teach Me (Gospel Coalition) by Jeff Robinson Sr. & Collin Hansen vs. How to Stay Christian in Seminary by David Mathis & Jonathan Parnell
New Leaf: Searching for Adam: Genesis & the Truth About Man’s Origin by Dr Terry Mortenson vs. The Great Turning Point by Terry Mortenson
Intervarsity Press: Jesus Through Middle Eastern Eyes: Cultural Studies in the Gospels by Kenneth E. Bailey vs. The Lost World of the Israelite Conquest: Covenant, Retribution, and the Fate of the Canaanites by John H. Walton & J. Harvey Walton `
Christian Focus: Daily Readings – The Early Church Fathers by Nick Needham vs. Patrick of Ireland: His Life and Impact (Early Church Fathers) by Michael A. G. Haykin
Reformation Heritage: The Covenantal Life: Appreciating the Beauty of Theology and Community by Sarah Ivill vs. Discovering Delight: 31 Meditations on Loving God’s Law by Glenda Mathes


the challenge of jesusAuthor(s): N. T. Wright
Publisher: Intervarsity Press
Price: $2.99       (May 9-10)
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Today a renewed and vigorous scholarly quest for the historical Jesus is underway. In the midst of well-publicized and controversial books on Jesus, N. T. Wright’s lectures and writings have been widely recognized for providing a fresh, provocative and historically credible portrait. Now this paperback edition of Wright’s classic work contains the same original content plus even more insight with an all-new introduction by the author.

Out of his own commitment to both historical scholarship and Christian ministry, Wright challenges us to roll up our sleeves and take seriously the study of the historical Jesus. He writes, “Many Christians have been, frankly, sloppy in their thinking and talking about Jesus, and hence, sadly, in their praying and in their practice of discipleship. We cannot assume that by saying the word Jesus, still less the word Christ, we are automatically in touch with the real Jesus who walked and talked in first-century Palestine. . . . Only by hard, historical work can we move toward a fuller comprehension of what the Gospels themselves were trying to say.”

The Challenge of Jesus poses a double-edged challenge: to grow in our understanding of the historical Jesus within the Palestinian world of the first century, and to follow Jesus more faithfully into the postmodern world of the twenty-first century.



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Kregel: Relational Apologetics by Michael Sherrard  vs. Urban Apologetics by Christopher W. Brooks
Crossway: Galatians: Gospel-Rooted Living (Preaching the Word) by Todd Wilson vs. 1–3 John: Fellowship in God’s Family (Preaching the Word) by David L. Allen
New Leaf: Demolishing Supposed Bible Contradictions Volume 2 by Ken Ham, Bodie Hodge, Tim Chaffey vs. Keeping Faith in an Age of Reason: Refuting Alleged Bible Contradictions by Dr. Jason Lisle

Intervarsity Press: Ministry in the Digital Age: Strategies and Best Practices for a Post-Website World by David T. Bourgeois vs. An Unhurried Leader: The Lasting Fruit of Daily Influence by Alan Fadling
Christian Focus: Grace-Focused Optimism: Learning to Live the Grace-Governed Life of Optimism About God by C. L. Chase vs. Knowing and Growing in Assurance of Faith by Joel R. Beeke
Reformation Heritage: Thoughts on Preaching and Pastoral Ministry: Lessons from the Life and Writings of James W. Alexander by James M. Garretson vs. Heart to Heart: Octavius Winslow’s Experimental Preaching by Tanner G. Turley


a guide to short term missionsAuthor(s): H. Leon Greene
Publisher: Intervarsity Press
Price: $3.99       (Ends May 5)
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The rewards of a short-term mission trip can be inestimable, but they are not automatically guaranteed. Good planning and thorough research can make the all the difference in having a successful trip.

Drawing on his experiences from over thirty short-term missions trips, Dr. Greene gives a detailed look at the challenges and blessings faced by those who are considering such an endeavor. This one-stop guide helps make the most of this opportunity by outlining the steps to take from start to finish.

Included are great resources such as:

Preparing a testimony
Writing a support letter
Getting a passport
Forming the team
How to stay healthy
Emergency plans and disaster relief
How and what to prepare for
Immunizations needed
Packing checklist
Other helpful resources


sufferingAuthor(s): Richard Rice
Publisher: Intervarsity Press
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Suffering is a philosophical problem, but it is much more. It is deeply personal. Why is this happening to me? How can I respond to friends and family in pain and loss, and to people in my care?

Richard Rice guides readers through the seven most significant theodicies―approaches that have been used to make sense of suffering in light of God’s justice or control. He considers the strengths and weaknesses of each option, while always guiding us toward greater understanding and compassion. Rice goes further by offering guidelines for constructing a personal framework for dealing practically with suffering, one that draws from philosophy, ethics, theology and real-world experience.

Intending for each of us to find a response to our suffering that is both intellectually satisfying and personally authentic, Rice provides the resources for meeting this challenge. He weaves together the theoretical side of the theodicies with personal stories of people who have experienced great suffering. While no framework can perfectly account for the problem of pain, we are left with the overarching insight that suffering never has the final word.


Author(s): Gillian Marchenko
Publisher: Intervarsity Press
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“I stand on the edge of a cliff in my own bedroom.”

Gillian Marchenko continues her description of depression: “I must keep still. Otherwise I will plunge to my death. ‘Please God, take this away,’ I pray when I can.”

For Gillian, “dealing with depression” means learning to accept and treat it as a physical illness. In these pages she describes her journey through various therapies and medications to find a way to live with depression. She faces down the guilt of a wife and mother of four, two with special needs. How can she care for her family when she can’t even get out of bed?

Her story is real and raw, not one of quick fixes. But hope remains as she discovers that living with depression is still life.


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