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A Biblical Philosophy of Truth with Contemporary Applications Dr. Robert Fugate
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A Biblical Philosophy of Truth with Contemporary Applications begins with an exegetical and a theological examination of the subject of truth. This research is applied to both truth as an attribute of God and to God’s Word being truth. Untruth is examined in human depravity, in Satan and his demons, and in spiritual warfare. Various philosophical perversions of truth are discussed, e.g., modernist, postmodernist, and existentialist. The relationship between truth and liberty in a culture is examined, followed by a Biblical survey of pervasive untruth in times of national apostasy. Then these principles are applied, making applications to expose the rejection of truth in contemporary Amer ...
A Journal and Journey in How to Deal with this Thing Called Life Charles Gerber
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Life is stressful. Jesus promised we would have trouble in this world (John 16:33). So the question is not will you have trouble, but the question is how will you deal with this trouble in life? This Journal and Journey will have you focused on 49 Bible passages that give great principles in how to deal with this thing called life! This journal will give you a daily focus to help you with life.
A Journal and Journey into Praise Charles Gerber
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Praising God may be one of the most wonderful activities that Christians can do. You are about to go on a Journey and Journal into praise. These 49 passages are amazing. This journal will show that God is most worthy of our praise I love two great quotes about praise. Dwight L. Moody said, “I don’t care where it is, what part of the world it’s in, if we have a praise church we’ll have successful Christianity.” And, “In almost everything that touches our everyday life on earth, God is pleased when we’re pleased. He wills that we be as free as birds to soar and sing our maker’s praise without anxiety.” A.W.Tozer So which is more powerful: Praying to God or Praising God?
A Journal and Journey into the Worship of God Charles Gerber
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Worship is an amazing activity. I love drawing near to God when I do it. It should never be a mundane activity. It should never be taken lightly or done just out of habit. So why worship God? We can worship God because we love him; because of what he has done for us; or because of who he is. I hope all three of these are acceptable reasons to worship God in the eyes of God.
A Journal and Journey into Understanding God’s Forgiveness Charles Gerber
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Forgiveness is the central theme of the Bible. Understanding forgiveness from God's point of view and what it means, might be the most crucial aspect of being an Ambassador of Christ (2 Corinthians 5:20). Before you can teach forgiveness to the world, you have to have Biblically accurate definitions that you can teach.
A Theology of Rationality and Logic Dr. Robert Fugate
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After explaining the difference between rationality and rationalism, the book examines the theme of rationality and logic with regard to three foundational areas: God’s thinking, God’s Word, and man as the image of God. In this endeavor various questions are answered: Does God think logically or is God’s thinking trans-rational? How does the logical law of non-contradiction relate to the Bible? Is there a necessary connection between a person’s ethics and correct reasoning? The next section investigates the realms of philosophy, world religions, and theology. Questions include: Which philosophies and religions promote irrationality? and What are some examples of bad theology promoting ...
Baptism - Denbigh Christian Gary Carpenter
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The Thrill of Baptism was prepared for the Denbigh Christian Church. However, it can be customized for use with your church's name by first contacting Word Alive Enterprises at wordaliveenterprises@gmail.com. Once we custom design your book, we will send instructions on how to purchase it through TheBookPatch. The Thrill of Baptism is a strictly biblical presentation of the New Testament teaching about baptism. Its unique feature is that it is larger than a tract which contains insufficient information, but smaller than a large book most do not want to plow through. At under 40 pages it is a quick read which answers the vast majority of questions related to Bible baptism.
Black and Mormon? Derrick Reese
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This book chronicles my family and I through our conversion into Mormonism and the driving factor that led us to leave the church. Many things are taught in LDS doctrine and some of the Racial bias is taught but never thoroughly explained. When asking those about the topic of the "curse of the Lamanites" or the "curse of Cain, the descendants of Ham and Canaan" we were told to pray about it. I decided to do my do diligence and research instead.
Commentary on the Book of James Robert Cavender
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A verse by verse Commentary on the Book of James. James is the author of this epistle; thought to be written around 45 A.D. He is the half-brother of the Lord Jesus Christ (Matt.13:55; Gal.1:19) and the full brother of Judas/Jude who wrote the book of Jude. James was a leader in the early church in Jerusalem (Acts 12:17; 21:18), also he was the moderator of the church council described in Acts 15. The book of James is known as a general epistle, called such because it was not addressed to any local church, but to believers in general (twelve tribes scattered abroad). It was most likely the first New Testament book to be written, but the last to be accepted into the canon of Scriptur ...
Commentary on the Book of Malachi Robert Cavender
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A verse by verse Commentary on the Book of Malachi.

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