This booklet clearly and logically discusses pluralism and relativism, then goes on to lead readers to determine religious truth for themselves. Author Mark Ashton challenges readers to put Christianity (and any other religion for that matter) to the test--the test for absolute truth.
Stressing that finding the will of God is a day-by-day journey, Paul E. Little encourages Christians to affirm and act on what they already know.
Douglas Groothuis examines the basic doctrines of great world religions, including Islam and Nondualistic Hinduism, and compares them to Christianity. Groothuis concludes that all religions are not one, but diverse people can find oneness at the foot of Christ's cross.
John R. W. Stott explains why the Old and New Testaments still form the authoritative basis for Christian faith and practice.
Everybody likes a good story. Especially if it's based on true, real-life events. But what kind of story is compelling enough to transform your life? Can a story be powerful enough to change the whole world?
John R. W. Stott describes the fundamental human problem, outlines the Christian answer to it, and shows readers how to respond to God's truth.
John R. W. Stott discusses the privileges of being a child of God and helps Christians grow to maturity in their responsibilities to God, the church and the world.
Ken Taylor shows that the claims of Christianity are too well substantiated to be ignored.
Skeptics and atheists are becoming more public and vocal about their objections to Christianity. Can thoughtful people today really still believe in God? James Emery White responds to common questions.