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365 Greek Word Studies for Every Day of the Year To Sharpen Your Understanding of God�s Word. By Rick Renner
The Theological Journal Collection will add an incredible new depth up-to-date content from two of the most highly-regarded sources of conservative, evangelical thought – Dallas Theological Seminary and Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Written by two professors of Theology and Church History, who happen to be brothers and former Muslims. Explains Islamic religion and culture with clarity and precision.
An in-depth look at the Biblical perspective of the Arab peoples. By Tony Maalouf
Wayne Grudem examines the biblical role of women and feminism within today's evangelical church.
365 daily reflections for Christians desiring to work systematically through biblical doctrine. By Paul Enns
This honest examination of the "King James Only" position offers a balanced and scholarly presentation of the issues based on biblical and historical evidence.
Grant Jeffrey examines the truth "behind the headlines" about the vital struggle against Islamic terrorists that affects all of us.
Catholics & Protestants: Do the differences still matter?
Dr. James White examines key issues regarding the Christian life and the Gospel itself.
Selected writings on Roman Catholicism by Charles Haddon Spurgeon. Compiled and edited by Timothy Kauffman.
Twelve essays on neglected aspects of American history, including the county, the importance of police power being local, and more. By Rousas John Rushdoony.
Unlike so many critiques that carefully mince words, Ben Witherington explains exactly why currently popular attempts to treat the historical Jesus in a revisionist manner are so wide of the mark.
A clear documentation of where the Roman Catholic Church stands on the issue of salvation by faith. By William Webster.
Author Robert Zins asks the question, "What is the only ground of our justification?" and discovers that Rome's answer is different from the Bible's.