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God has not left Himself without a witness, nor is there anywhere on earth where His fingerprints are absent.
“Truly, you are a God who hides yourself, O God of Israel, the Savior.” –Isaiah 45:15
Where is God? Why does He seem absent? Is He hiding?
Some people think so… but the problem lies with them, not with God. To the unrighteous, God is absent–or worse, if He is there at all, He is cruel. But to the righteous, God is clearly present.
The great Christian thinker Blaise Pascal wrote, “What can be seen on earth indicates neither the total absence of God nor his manifest presence, but rather the presence of a hidden God.” In other words, to those who are spiritually blind, God may seem hidden. But to those whose eyes He has opened, God is not hidden at all. He has clearly revealed Himself in Jesus Christ.
In The Presence of a Hidden God–completed just before his untimely passing–beloved pastor and teacher Dr. D. James Kennedy and co-author Jerry Newcombe provide the biblical assurance and helpful insight you’re seeking to build your faith in the living God. Dr. Kennedy knew–as you will soon discover–that if we seek God with all our hearts, we will find Him indeed.
A religious historian argues that historical revisionism has distorted the religious views of Thomas Jefferson, making him appear far more skeptical than he was.
Thomas Jefferson and the founding fathers intended a strict separation of church and state, right? He would have been very upset to find out about a child praying in a public school or a government building used for religious purposes, correct? Actually, the history on this has been very distorted. The standard accepted story on the faith of Thomas Jefferson (or the lack thereof) is not accurate. While he did harbor some doubts about orthodox Christianity by the end of his life, he was actually quite active in supporting the church in America. Meanwhile, in his name today, because of a misunderstanding about “the separation of church and state” (a phrase that comes from an obscure letter he wrote), religious expression is being curtailed all over the place in modern America. And he would absolutely object to that, as seen in his own actions and writings. While Jefferson may seem to be the patron saint of the ACLU, his words and actions showed that he would totally disagree with the idea of driving God out of the public square. Doubting Thomas documents that. In short, it’s time to set the record straight.
In this grab bag we have 13 backlist e-books from Thomas Nelson which were written by various authors. The prices that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover. In case you missed it, here’s part one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen and fourteen.
In this grab bag we have 10 e-books from Waterbrook Multnomah. The prices that our source has provided are under each book cover. For part two click here.