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  • Postmortem Opportunity: A Biblical and Theological Assessment of Salvation After Death, By James Beilby
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    Postmortem Opportunity

    A Biblical and Theological Assessment of Salvation After Death

    by James Beilby

    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.

  • The Rise of Evangelicalism: The Age of Edwards, Whitefield and the Wesleys, By Mark A. Noll
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    The Rise of Evangelicalism

    The Age of Edwards, Whitefield and the Wesleys

    History of Evangelicalism Series

    by Mark A. Noll

    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.

  • A Field Guide to Narnia, By Colin Duriez
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    A Field Guide to Narnia

    by Colin Duriez
    Foreword by Brian Sibley

    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.

  • Bacon Sandwiches & Salvation: A Humorous Antidote for the Pharisee in All of Us, By Adrian Plass
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    Bacon Sandwiches & Salvation

    A Humorous Antidote for the Pharisee in All of Us

    by Adrian Plass

    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.

  • Excellence in Preaching: Studying the Craft of Leading Preachers, By Simon Vibert

    Excellence in Preaching

    Studying the Craft of Leading Preachers

    by Simon Vibert

    What do good preachers do well? Simon Vibert has studied today's leading preachers to discover the dynamics of effective preaching. Each chapter profiles a contemporary preacher and lifts out practical principles from the likes of Tim Keller, John Piper and Nicky Gumbel. Learn from the best. And become the best preacher that you can be.

  • Letters to a Future Church: Words of Encouragement and Prophetic Appeals, Edited byChris Lewis
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    Letters to a Future Church

    Words of Encouragement and Prophetic Appeals

    Edited by Chris Lewis

    The apostle John was commanded by the Spirit to record and send messages to seven churches. What might the Spirit say to our churches today? Chris Lewis and the Epiphaneia Network asked that question and have compiled here the compelling letters of response from voices like Andy Crouch, Ron Sider, Tim Challies, Peter Rollins, Sarah Lance and more.

  • Sacred Encounters from Rome to Jerusalem, By Tamara Park
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    Sacred Encounters from Rome to Jerusalem

    by Tamara Park

    Tamara Park and a couple of friends flew to Rome and from there followed the footsteps of Helena, mother of the first Christian emperor of ancient Rome, on a meandering path to Jerusalem. Along the way, she sat on all sorts of benches and talked with all sorts of people about how they thought of God. This book is that story.

  • Spiritual Formation: Ever Forming, Never Formed, By Peter K. Nelson
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    Spiritual Formation

    Ever Forming, Never Formed

    by Peter K. Nelson

    Peter K. Nelson offers a realistic vision of spiritual formation that begins with the admission that our battle with sin will always be unfinished. Here are biblical foundations and practical words of advice for the "ever forming and never formed."

  • Rational Faith: A Philosopher's Defense of Christianity, By Stephen T. Davis
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    Rational Faith

    A Philosopher's Defense of Christianity

    Veritas Books

    by Stephen T. Davis

    Why believe in God? Renowned philosopher Stephen Davis argues that belief in God is indeed a rational and intellectually sound endeavor. Drawing on a lifetime of rigorous reflection and critical thinking, he appraises objections fairly and openly, offering thoughtful approaches to common intellectual problems. Examine for yourself the rationality of the Christian faith.

  • Revelation, By J. Ramsey Michaels
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    Revelation

    The IVP New Testament Commentary Series

    by J. Ramsey Michaels

    Most interpretations of Revelation fail to take seriously what John saw and consequently fail to comprehend the value of his vision to Christians of every age. J. Ramsey Michaels strives to restore Revelation to its rightful status as a prophetic letter of testimony--a testimony of striking relevance to the church today.