• 4855
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    The God Who Is There

    The IVP Signature Collection

    by Francis A. Schaeffer
    Foreword by James W. Sire and Steven Garber

    For over fifty years The God Who Is There has been a landmark work that has changed the way the church sees the world. Arguing that Christians must constantly engage the questions being asked by their own—and the next—generation, Francis Schaeffer envisions an apologetics and spirituality both grounded in absolute truth and engaging the whole of reality.

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    How to Give Away Your Faith

    The IVP Signature Collection

    by Paul E. Little
    Foreword by Lee Strobel

    Talking about your faith can be intimidating. In this practical, down-to-earth book, Paul Little offers real-world examples and helpful advice that show how friendly and natural evangelism can really be. He guides readers in knowing both the Bible and the people they're sharing with, using both words and actions, and responding to common objections and questions.

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    Basic Christianity

    The IVP Signature Collection

    by John Stott
    Foreword by Rick Warren and Christopher J. H. Wright

    Who is Jesus Christ, and what does it mean for us? John Stott's classic book, with updated language and study questions, examines the historical facts on which Christianity stands. With thoughtful, pastoral guidance Stott presents a biblical portrait of Christ and the evidence that supports it. He then considers our need for salvation, how we should respond to the gospel, and what it looks like to live as a Christian.

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    Seasoned Speech

    Rhetoric in the Life of the Church

    by James E. Beitler III

    Being a faithful disciple of Christ means having seasoned speech: practicing a rhetoric that beneficially and persuasively imparts the surprising truth of the gospel. James Beitler seeks to renew interest in and hunger for an effective Christian rhetoric by closely considering the work of five beloved Christian communicators: C. S. Lewis, Dorothy L. Sayers, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Desmond Tutu, and Marilynne Robinson.

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    Chris Chrisman Goes to College

    and faces the Challenges of Relativism, Individualism and Pluralism

    by James W. Sire

    Weaving the story of Chris Chrisman's freshman year with expository chapters on individualism, pluralism, relativism and privatization, James W. Sire helps readers think through the complex ideas which confront Christians and non-Christians alike on university campuses.

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    The Morals of the Story

    Good News About a Good God

    by David Baggett and Marybeth Baggett

    For centuries the moral argument—that objective morality points to the existence of God—has been a powerful apologetic tool. In this volume, David and Marybeth Baggett offer a dramatic, robust, and even playful version of the moral argument, showing that it not only points to God's existence but that it also contributes to our ongoing spiritual transformation.

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    Disruptive Witness

    Speaking Truth in a Distracted Age

    by Alan Noble

    What should Christian witness look like in our contemporary society? In this timely book, Alan Noble looks at our cultural moment, characterized by technological distraction and the growth of secularism, laying out individual, ecclesial, and cultural practices that disrupt our society's deep-rooted assumptions and point beyond them to the transcendent grace and beauty of Jesus.

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    The Truth About Tolerance

    Pluralism, Diversity and the Culture Wars

    by Brad Stetson and Joseph G. Conti

    Brad Stetson and Joseph G. Conti explore the use and misuse of the value of tolerance in academic circles and popular media, demonstrating that Christian conviction about religious truth provides the only secure basis for a tolerant society which promotes truth seeking.

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    Encountering Religious Pluralism

    The Challenge to Christian Faith Mission

    by Harold Netland

    Harold Netland traces the emergence of the pluralistic ethos that challenges Christian faith and mission, interacting heavily with philosopher John Hick and providing a framework for developing a comprehensive evangelical theology of religions.

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    The Right Questions

    Truth, Meaning Public Debate

    by Phillip E. Johnson
    Foreword by Nancy Pearcey

    Phillip E. Johnson pries the lid off public debate about issues at the core of what contemporary society deems true and meaningful. He outlines the questions we ought to be asking about scientific inquiry, public education, civil liberties, moral choices and other oddly uncontested cultural assumptions.