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  • What About Those Who Have Never Heard?

    What About Those Who Have Never Heard?

    Three Views on the Destiny of the Unevangelized

    Spectrum Multiview Book Series

    Edited by Gabriel J. Fackre, Ronald H. Nash, and John Sanders

    Ronald H. Nash, Gabriel Fackre and John Sanders offer three evangelical views on the destiny of the unevangelized.

  • What Mormons Believe

    What Mormons Believe

    by Robert M. Bowman Jr.

    Leading with a synopsis of former governor Mitt Romney?s Mormon heritage, Robert M. Bowman Jr. introduces the Church of Latter-day Saints (LDS) for a curious American public. Bowman?s judicious overview tells the history of LDS from Joseph Smith to the present and summarizes the unique tenets of faith arising from the Book of Mormon.

  • What Does It Mean to Be Welcoming?

    What Does It Mean to Be Welcoming?

    Navigating LGBT Questions in Your Church

    by Travis Collins

    Is your church wrestling with LGBT questions? Travis Collins has walked congregations through the complex issues surrounding gay Christians. In this practical resource, readers will hear from gay friends and dig into Scripture with interpreters on both sides, considering the implications of their convictions for life and ministry. Let's examine how we might welcome everyone into the church while calling for all to be transformed.

  • Tyndale Commentaries
    product set

    Tyndale Commentaries

    InterVarsity Press is pleased to offer the entire line of Tyndale Commentaries as a complete set. These commentaries are designed to help you understand what the text of Scripture says and what it means so that you can apply it to your life.

  • Liuan Huska was only in her twenties when she began experiencing pain, first in her ankle but then to her knee, her lower back, and throughout other areas in her body. It was the beginning of a years-long journey with a chronic illness that raised many questions for her about what it means to be human, and what faith looks like when daily pain is a part of one's discipleship journey.

  • No Place for Sovereignty

    No Place for Sovereignty

    What's Wrong with Freewill Theism

    by R. K. McGregor Wright

    Concerned that evangelicals may soon find no place for sovereignty in their thinking, R. K. McGregor Wright sets out to show what's wrong--biblically, theologically and philosophically--with freewill theory in its ancient form.