• 4854

    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.

  • 5123

    An Introduction to Christian Worldview

    Pursuing God's Perspective in a Pluralistic World

    by Tawa J. Anderson, W. Michael Clark, and David K. Naugle

    Why do worldviews matter? What characterizes a Christian worldview? Part of being a thoughtful Christian means being able to understand and express the Christian worldview as well as developing an awareness of the variety of worldviews. Well organized, clearly written, and featuring aids for learning, this is the essential text for either the classroom or for self-study.

  • 4483

    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.

  • 3855


    A Christian Exploration and Appraisal

    by Keith Yandell and Harold Netland

    In this clear introduction to Buddhism, Keith Yandell and Harold Netland lay out the central metaphysical claims of this significant world religion and then offer an honest comparison with Christianity, acknowledging some overlap of belief while also noting the clear and significant differences between the two religions.

  • 2274

    Can Evangelicals Learn from World Religions?

    Jesus, Revelation Religious Traditions

    by Gerald R. McDermott

    More than ever before, Christians need to explain why they follow Jesus and not the Buddha or Confucius or Krishna or Muhammed. This evangelical theology of religions addresses the problem of truth and revelation, and takes seriously the normative claims of other traditions. McDermott shows readers what Christians can learn from world religions without sacrificing the finality of Christ.

  • 1558

    Faiths in Conflict?

    Christian Integrity in a Multicultural World

    by Vinoth Ramachandra

    Vinoth Ramachandra explores the complex nature of conflict between the major world religions of Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism and Christianity, passionately demonstrating how the message of Christianity actually provides a basis for a truly democratic and multicultural society.

  • 1552

    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.

  • 3279

    The Making of the New Spirituality

    The Eclipse of the Western Religious Tradition

    by James A. Herrick

    James A. Herrick offers an intellectual history of the New Religious Synthesis, examining the challenges it poses to Judeo-Christian tradition, demonstrating its sources and manifestations in contemporary culture, and questioning its acceptance in church and society.

  • 2705

    Pocket Guide to World Religions

    The IVP Pocket Reference Series

    by Winfried Corduan

    Winfried Corduan offers brief, basic descriptions of twelve of the world's major religions. He also includes shorter descriptions of sixteen newer religions, and an overview of tribal and traditional religions.

  • 5655

    Fresh Vision for the Muslim World

    by Mike Kuhn

    Drawing on his two decades in the Middle East, Mike Kuhn calls Christians to approach Muslims not by the broad road of fear and self-preservation, but by the narrow road of empathy and deep listening.