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    • Exploring Islam (Unabridged)

      $31.00

      What do Muslims believe? With so much diversity in the Muslim world, it is common for people to hold uninformed opinions about Islam. In Exploring Islam, Dr. James Anderson prepares Christians to better witness to their Muslim neighbors with gentleness and respect, as he surveys the central tenets, history, and practices of the Islamic religion. This is a series to stir confidence in the gospel and equip you to speak the truth in love to the Muslims in your community. Audio CD. Ten 23-minute messages.

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    • Understanding The Bible (Unabridged)

      $14.99

      This book answers foundational questions: Who wrote the Bible? What is its message? Why is it thought to be a holy book? How does one read and interpret it? Best of all, though, you’ll broaden your vision of Jesus Christ, the focal point of Scripture. How? By better understanding the geographical, religious, and historical concerns that shaped the world in which he lived. You’ll see Jesus as never before: both as a man of his times and culture, and as the culmination of a divine providence that prepared the way for the ministry of the Messiah.

      Written by renowned preacher, writer, and apologist John Stott, this new, expanded edition includes

      * Questions at the beginning of each chapter to help you focus
      * New, up-to-date maps for the chapters on history and geography
      * An index to help you speedily access areas of interest

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    • Understanding The Bible (Unabridged)

      $22.99

      This book answers foundational questions: Who wrote the Bible? What is its message? Why is it thought to be a holy book? How does one read and interpret it? Best of all, though, you’ll broaden your vision of Jesus Christ, the focal point of Scripture. How? By better understanding the geographical, religious, and historical concerns that shaped the world in which he lived. You’ll see Jesus as never before: both as a man of his times and culture, and as the culmination of a divine providence that prepared the way for the ministry of the Messiah.

      Written by renowned preacher, writer, and apologist John Stott, this new, expanded edition includes

      * Questions at the beginning of each chapter to help you focus
      * New, up-to-date maps for the chapters on history and geography
      * An index to help you speedily access areas of interest

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    • Jesus On Trial

      $9.99

      In Jesus on Trial, New York Times bestselling author David Limbaugh applies his lifetime of legal experience to a unique new undertaking: making a case for the gospels as hard evidence of the life and work of Jesus Christ. Limbaugh, a practicing attorney and former professor of law, approaches the canonical gospels with the same level of scrutiny he would apply to any legal document and asks all the necessary questions about the story of Jesus told through Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. His analysis of the texts becomes profoundly personal as he reflects on his own spiritual and intellectual odyssey from determined skeptic to devout Christian. Ultimately, Limbaugh concludes that the words Christians have treasured for centuries stand up to his exhaustive enquiry-including his examination of historical and religious evidence beyond the gospels-and thereby affirms Christian faith, spirituality, and tradition.

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    • God In Our Midst

      $31.00

      How does an ancient tent in the wilderness of Sinai relate to our relationship with God? The description of the tabernacle, God’s Old Testament dwelling place, spans sixteen chapters of the Bible. Yet many of us pass over this extended description without understanding its significance. In this series, Rev. Daniel R. Hyde encourages us to consider this tent of meeting (Ex. 27:21). By studying the particulars of this first tabernacle, we will better understand Jesus, the One who dwelt, or tabernacled, among us (John 1:14).

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    • With A Mighty Hand (Unabridged)

      $9.99

      For thousands of years, the stories contained within the Torah-the first five books of the Hebrew Bible-have been passed down, revered, studied, and wondered at. From Adam and Eve, Noah and the Flood, and Abraham’s near-sacrifice of Isaac, through Jacob and his twelve sons, Joseph and his coat of many colors, and finally to Moses, who led his people out of slavery in Egypt and accepted God’s Ten Commandments, these stories tell the history of the Jewish people and their relationship with God.

      In this unique volume, author Amy Ehrlich adapts the five books of the Torah into a single narrative, focusing on the familiar stories and figures while retaining the complex beauty of the sacred text. Fine artist Daniel Nevins brings these stories to resonant life with his evocative and luminous paintings. The result is a gift for listeners and families to savor, share, and treasure.

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    • Psalm 51

      $28.00

      8 Messages

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      As he examines David’s sin and confession, Dr. R.C. Sproul demonstrates how God was merciful to David, restoring to him the joy of salvation. In addition, Dr. Sproul addresses the need for all people to recognize their sin and repent, acknowledging that God is the Judge of all people and that He shows mercy to the repentant.
      Eight 23-minute messages.

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    • City Of God Part 1-2 (Unabridged)

      $69.95

      Written between 413 and 426 A.D., The City of God is one of the great cornerstones in the history of Christian thought, a book that is vital to the understanding of modern Western society. Augustine originally intended it to be an apology for Christianity against the accusation that the Church was responsible for the decline of the Roman Empire. Indeed, Augustine produced a great amount of evidence to prove that paganism was responsible for this event. However, by the time the work was finished, the book had taken on a larger theme: a cosmic interpretation of history in terms of the conflict between good (the City of God) and evil (the Earthly City). Augustine foresees that, through the will of God, the people of the City of God will eventually win immortality, while those of the Earthly City will suffer destruction.

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    • City Of Man

      $17.00

      5 Messages

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      Throughout history there have been two kingdoms growing up beside one another: the City of Man and the City of God. In this series, Dr. Sproul discusses the City of Man, reminding us that all empires built by mankind are doomed to failure and calls us to citizenship in the City of God.
      Audio CD. Five 23-minute messages.

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