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Psychology of the Fruit of the Spirit: The Biblical Portrayal of the Christlike Character and Its Development

Psychology of the Fruit of the Spirit: The Biblical Portrayal of the Christlike Character and Its Development

by Zoltán Dörnyei

For centuries, the fruit of the Spirit has rightfully served as a wellspring of reflection on the virtues that epitomize the Christian life and character-building. However, the notion of the fruit of the Spirit is not limited solely to forming the biblical foundation of ethical living.Psychologist and theologian Zoltán Dörnyei argues that if we underst… Read more…

Fundamental Christian Ethics

Fundamental Christian Ethics

by Daniel Heimbach

In Fundamental Christian Ethics, Daniel R. Heimbach offers clarity and hope for ethically navigating a pluralistic culture. Heimbach engages with diverse ethical issues such as abortion, sexuality, religious liberty, and racism from biblical, theological, historical, and philosophical angles. He delivers a comprehensive textbook for scholars, teachers, pasto… Read more…

Believing Philosophy Audio Lectures: A Guide to Becoming a Christian Philosopher
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Believing Philosophy Audio Lectures: A Guide to Becoming a Christian Philosopher

by Dolores G Morris

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Believing Philosophy Audio Lectures introduces Christians to the tools and resources of philosophy, helping them understand, articulate, and defend their faith in an age of unbelief.In the first half of sessions, instructor Dolores G. Morris explains why Christians should read and study philosophy. She begins by introducing learners to the long tradition of … Read more…

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Beyond Welcome: Centering Immigrants in Our Christian Response to Immigration

Beyond Welcome: Centering Immigrants in Our Christian Response to Immigration

by Karen González

Many American Christians have good intentions, working hard to welcome immigrants with hospitality and solidarity. But how can we do that in a way that puts our immigrant neighbors first rather than pushing them to the fringes of white dominant culture and keeping them as outsiders? That's exactly the question Karen González explores in Beyond Wel… Read more…

Beauty of Divine Grace

Beauty of Divine Grace

by Gabriel NE Fluhrer

What sets the historic Christian faith apart from all other religions and worldviews? Nothing less than the good news of God’s saving grace in Jesus Christ. The Protestant Reformers boldly declared the marvelous message of the gospel: Salvation is by God’s grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone, as revealed in Scripture alone, to the g… Read more…

Molinist Philosophical and Theological Ventures

Molinist Philosophical and Theological Ventures

by Kirk R. MacGregor

This volume represents a significant advance of the philosophical and theological conversation surrounding Molinism. It opens by arguing that Molinism constitutes the best explanation of the scriptural data on divine sovereignty, human freedom, predestination, grace, and God's salvific will. The alleged biblical prooftexts for open theism are better expl… Read more…

Reading the Bible Around the World: A Student’s Guide to Global Hermeneutics

Reading the Bible Around the World: A Student’s Guide to Global Hermeneutics

by Federico Alfredo Roth, Justin Marc Smith, Kirsten Sonkyo Oh, Alice Yafeh-Deigh and Kay Higuera Smith

It's an exciting time to be reading the Bible. As we increasingly encounter readers with perspectives, experiences, and cultures different from our own, we can incorporate new ideas and approaches to interpreting Scripture. When diverse interpretations from various social locations are gathered together, we gain new vistas and a fuller imag… Read more…

Sabbath as Rest and Hope for the People of God

Sabbath as Rest and Hope for the People of God

by Guy Prentiss Waters

A Short Study of the Sabbath from Creation to Consummation When it comes to the Sabbath, Christians have different ideas on what it means and how to observe it. For many people, it is a day to go to church and have fellowship with other believers. What they often miss, though, is that the Sabbath is intricately tied to rest and worship—both of which ultima… Read more…

Let the Nations Be Glad!: The Supremacy of God in Missions

Let the Nations Be Glad!: The Supremacy of God in Missions

by John Piper

John Piper's bestselling book on missions (more than 300,000 copies sold) draws on key biblical texts to demonstrate that worship is the ultimate goal of the church and that proper worship fuels missionary outreach. Piper offers a biblical defense of God's supremacy in all things, providing readers with a sound theological foundation for missions.Thi… Read more…

Resurrection Hope and the Death of Death

Resurrection Hope and the Death of Death

by Mitchell L Chase

A Biblical Theology of Resurrection Hope from Genesis to Revelation  Death is a powerful and sobering reality. While everyone must face death, it is not the end for those united with Christ. Followers of Jesus Christ have resurrection hope—the proclamation that Christ has defeated death and the promise that believers shall share in his victory. The resurr… Read more…

Interpreting Your World: Five Lenses for Engaging Theology and Culture

Interpreting Your World: Five Lenses for Engaging Theology and Culture

by Justin Ariel Bailey

Whether we interpret Scripture or culture, it matters what we do, not just what we think or feel. How do we live with our interpretation, and how do we live it out? This book helps us understand how culture forms us as political actors, moves us aesthetically, shapes the rhythms of our lives, and connects (or disconnects) us from God and neighbors we are cal… Read more…

The Church after Innovation (Ministry in a Secular Age Book #5): Questioning Our Obsession with Work, Creativity, and Entrepreneurship

The Church after Innovation (Ministry in a Secular Age Book #5): Questioning Our Obsession with Work, Creativity, and Entrepreneurship

by Andrew Root

Churches and their leaders have innovation fever. Innovation seems exciting--a way to enliven tired institutions, embrace creativity, and be proactive--and is a superstar of the business world. But this focus on innovation may be caused by an obsession with contemporary relevance, creativity, and entrepreneurship that inflates the self, lacks theological dep… Read more…


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