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Editors Drew Blankman and Todd Augustine offer this quick reference guide to Bible churches, African American denominations, confessional churches, mainline denominations, churches in the evangelical tradition, Pentecostal churches and groups on the Christian fringe.
Roger Olson provides us with a concise, lively and readable history of evangelical theology. From pietism to evangelicalism, Olson shows the development of thought. Great as a reference book, a refresher course or for use in introductory theology classes.
Throughout the church's history, Christians have sought to understand the doctrine of election. On this journey through the Bible and church history, theologian Mark Lindsay turns to the various articulations of the early church fathers, John Calvin's view, the subsequent debate between Calvinists and Arminians, and Karl Barth's modern reconception of the doctrine.
What happens to those who did not hear the gospel before death, or who heard an incorrect version? What about those who were too young or who were otherwise unable to respond? Examining the biblical evidence and assessing the theological implications, James Beilby offers a careful consideration of the possibility for salvation after death.
In this important work, Dr. Diprose demonstrates the uniqueness of Israel and its special place in the divine plan.
This inaugural book in a series that charts the course of English-speaking evangelicalism over the last 300 years offers a multinational narrative of the origin, development and rapid diffusion of evangelical movements in their first two generations. Written by Mark A. Noll and now in paper.
Contextually relevant and foundationally timeless, Efrem Smith's book provides a model for holistic ministry that addresses all the needs of youth today--body, soul and spirit.
Colin Duriez helps you dig deeper into C. S. Lewis's Chronicles of Narnia, introducing key themes, tackling sticky questions, and offering A-to-Z descriptions of characters, places, objects and events.
Confronting his inner zealot with his weakness for the bacon sandwich, writer Adrian Plass comes through with a "humorous antidote" for the Pharisee in us all.
Expanding on his acclaimed book Muslim Evangelism, Phil Parshall argues that the avenue for dialogue between Muslims and Christians runs through folk, not orthodox, Islam.