• Demystifying Evil: A Biblical and Personal Exploration, By Ingrid Faro

    Demystifying Evil

    A Biblical and Personal Exploration

    by Ingrid Faro
    Foreword by Heather Davediuk Gingrich

    How can we understand God's work in a world permeated with evil? Narrating her own wrestling with evil as well as engaging in biblical and philosophical analysis, biblical scholar Ingrid Faro explores the many dimensions to evil in a way that is soberly honest, biblically engaged, and theologically nuanced.

  • Faithful Disobedience: Writings on Church and State from a Chinese House Church Movement, By Wang Yi

    Faithful Disobedience

    Writings on Church and State from a Chinese House Church Movement

    by Wang Yi
    Edited by Hannah Nation and J. D. Tseng
    Foreword by Ian Johnson

    In this important body of theology, key writings from the Chinese house church movement have been compiled, translated, and made accessible to English speakers. This unique resource will be valuable to practical and political theologians and anyone interested in international relations, political philosophy, history, and intercultural studies.

  • How to Be a Patriotic Christian: Love of Country as Love of Neighbor, By Richard J. Mouw

    How to Be a Patriotic Christian

    Love of Country as Love of Neighbor

    by Richard J. Mouw

    What does it mean to love our country? Navigating between the extremes of Christian nationalism and disengagement, Richard Mouw sees healthy patriotism as love of country in the context of Christian love of neighbor. Calling us to build a country where all people can thrive in peace, this guide helps us pave the way toward liberty and justice for all.

  • Who Are You, Really?: A Philosopher's Inquiry into the Nature and Origin of Persons, By Joshua Rasmussen

    Who Are You, Really?

    A Philosopher's Inquiry into the Nature and Origin of Persons

    by Joshua Rasmussen

    What does it mean to be human? Philosopher Joshua Rasmussen offers a step-by-step examination into the fundamental nature and ultimate origin of persons. Using accessible language and clear logic, he argues that understanding what it means to be a person sheds light not only on our own nature but also on the existence of the one who gave us life.

  • The Genealogical Adam and Eve: The Surprising Science of Universal Ancestry, By S. Joshua Swamidass

    The Genealogical Adam and Eve

    The Surprising Science of Universal Ancestry

    by S. Joshua Swamidass

    What if the biblical creation account is true, with the origins of Adam and Eve taking place alongside evolution? Building on well-established but overlooked science, S. Joshua Swamidass explains how it's possible for Adam and Eve to be rightly identified as the ancestors of everyone, opening up new possibilities for understanding Adam and Eve consistent both with current scientific consensus and with traditional readings of Scripture.

  • The Art of New Creation: Trajectories in Theology and the Arts, Edited by Jeremy Begbie and Daniel Train and W. David O. Taylor

    The Art of New Creation

    Trajectories in Theology and the Arts

    Studies in Theology and the Arts Series

    Edited by Jeremy Begbie, Daniel Train, and W. David O. Taylor

    Creation and the new creation are inextricably bound, for the God who created the world is the same God who promises a new heaven and a new earth. Bringing together theologians, biblical scholars, and artists, this volume based on the DITA10 conference at Duke Divinity School explores how the relation between creation and the new creation is informed by and reflected in the arts.

  • How Do We Reason?: An Introduction to Logic, By Forrest E. Baird

    How Do We Reason?

    An Introduction to Logic

    Questions in Christian Philosophy

    by Forrest E. Baird

    How exactly does logic work? What makes some arguments valid and others not? What does a faithful use of logic look like? In this introduction to logic, philosopher Forrest Baird considers the basic building blocks of human reason, including types of arguments, fallacies, syllogisms, symbols, and proofs, all of which are demonstrated with exercises for students throughout.

  • Christian Apologetics: A Comprehensive Case for Biblical Faith, By Douglas Groothuis

    Christian Apologetics

    A Comprehensive Case for Biblical Faith

    by Douglas Groothuis

    The Christian faith offers people hope. But how can we know that Christianity is true? How can Christians confidently present their beliefs in the face of doubts and competing views? In this second edition of a landmark apologetics text, Douglas Groothuis makes a clear and rigorous case for Christian theism, addressing the most common questions and objections raised regarding Christianity.

  • Neighboring Faiths: A Christian Introduction to World Religions, By Winfried Corduan

    Neighboring Faiths

    A Christian Introduction to World Religions

    by Winfried Corduan

    In this updated and revised edition of a classic text, readers will find informed, empathetic insights into world religions like Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Native American religion, and many more. Emphasizing both formal teaching and daily practice, this text shows Christians how to engage adherents of these faiths in constructive dialogue.

  • Atheism on Trial: A Lawyer Examines the Case for Unbelief, By W. Mark Lanier

    Atheism on Trial

    A Lawyer Examines the Case for Unbelief

    by W. Mark Lanier

    In the courtroom, lawyers establish certain facts to prove their cases. But can the legal mind discern the validity of one's belief or unbelief? With an even-handed approach, nationally recognized trial lawyer Mark Lanier explores whether atheistic frameworks give satisfactory answers for understanding human existence and considers the questions of agnostics as to whether God is knowable.

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