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Publisher: Phaneros Press
Six days of creation or billions of years of evolution?
Over the last 100 years, scientists in various fields have persuasively argued that the Earth was formed by evolutionary processes operating over long periods of time. How is a Christian to reconcile these ideas with the Genesis creation account? Doesn’t the Bible teach that God spoke the Earth into existence fully formed just 6,000 years ago?
Dr. Ken Coulson answers these questions by affirming the legitimacy of large-scale natural processes without denying the young-age creationist view. This book will enable the Christian to authentically and passionately portray science in a positive light, while at the same time easing some of the tension that currently exists between modern science and a faithful interpretation of Genesis 1.
“This book helps those of us who long to take our faith seriously grasp a creationist model that is thoroughly equipped to deal with the available scientific evidence. The church has long needed such a tool.
”Dr. Craig Lloyd, pastor of Grace Bible Church, Brisbane, Australia.
“This book provides a much-needed reanalysis of creationism, creation apologetics, and a Christian philosophy of science. Readers will find their thinking challenged in a thoroughly Biblical way.”
Dr. Matt McLain, Assistant Professor of Biology and Geology, The Master’s University, California.
How can we begin to understand or explain the tough questions about world disasters? Should we question if God is in control of major disasters, or even ask if he caused them? How do we answer the probing questions of non-Christians? How can God be considered good and just in light of the tsunamis, hurricanes, fires, earthquakes, and floods that are visited on his creation and his children? An updated, timely, and even more accessible edition of Where Was God? by Erwin Lutzer, bestselling author and senior pastor of The Moody Church, An Act of God? is a faith journey discussion about these and other life dilemmas.
Publisher: Reformation Heritage Books
Price: $2.99 (April 11-12)
“I once was blind, but now I see” is the glad confession of the Christian’s heart. However, what is it that a Christian now sees that so transforms his life? It is the Christian worldview. This is not an abstract philosophy so much as biblical doctrine for life. The Word of God establishes God-centered thinking, engages faithful living, and energizes ardent feelings for the kingdom of Christ in this world and the world to come. In this volume, several pastors and theologians band together to explore aspects of the Christian worldview such as God’s Trinity, supremacy, and loving sovereignty over all of life; the Christian’s identity in Christ, sexuality, and sufferings; and the Christian life as both earthly mission and heavenly pilgrimage.
Contributors include Derek Thomas, Michael Barrett, Joel Beeke, Paul Smalley, Mark Kelderman, Brian Cosby, Charles Barrett, and Gerald Bilkes.
This inspirational companion to Memory Rescue, Dr. Daniel Amen’s groundbreaking book, is an invitation to discover the healing power of Scripture meditation and memorization as an intentional spiritual discipline.
There is a reason the Bible calls us over and over again to “remember.” Remembering God’s acts, promises, and guidelines for living is essential to a healthy spiritual life. And as part of regular spiritual practices such as Scripture meditation and memorization, it can contribute to a healthier mind and body as well—reducing stress, increasing brain capacity, and even helping to reverse problems like memory loss.
Stones of Remembrance includes:
Key Scriptures to memorize and meditate on so they’ll always be with you when you need to be inspired, challenged, or comforted
An introduction to the biblical and biological basis for “remembrance” as a healthy life habit
Tips for incorporating Scripture meditation and memorization into your life and increasing your memory capacity
Whether purchased as a gift or as a practical spiritual follow-up to Memory Rescue, Stones of Remembrance is a wonderful resource to help cultivate the healing power of God-focused remembering.
In this grab bag, we have 15 e-books. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each book cover.
Affection is often a neglected theme in our generation of Bible-believing Christians. It has not always been so. Previous generations thought a great deal about the centrality of the heart in the Christian life and the need to preach to it. This book will prove a valuable resource as we learn about the place of the affections in our walk with Christ and in preaching Him to ourselves and others.
Hunters and fishermen are familiar with the “moment of truth”–that adrenaline-surging, heart-pounding instant when success and failure hang in the balance. In that moment they know if they will experience the thrill of victory or the agony of defeat. The 90 devotions in In Pursuit are written specifically for this outdoorsman. Each devotion expertly weaves scriptural truth into true hunting and fishing stories that capture the thrill of the great outdoors and work on the hearts of men who are zealous in their drive to get out on the lake or up in the deer blind. These reflections on the active life help prepare men for success and significance both spiritually and in their sport. It is the perfect gift for the outdoorsman. Foreword by Steve Chapman.