God and Evil: The Case for God in a World Filled with Pain by Chad Meister, James K. Dew Jr.

By Chad Meister, James K. Dew Jr.

The query of evil―its origins, its justification, its solution―has plagued humankind from the start. each iteration increases the query and struggles with the responses it's given. questions about the character of evil and the way it truly is reconciled with the reality claims of Christianity are unavoidable; we have to be ready to answer such questions with nice readability and strong faith.

God and Evil compiles the easiest considering on all angles at the query of evil, from the various best students in faith, philosophy and apologetics, including

  • Gregory E. Ganssle and Yena Lee
  • Bruce Little
  • Garry DeWeese
  • R. Douglas Geivett
  • James Spiegel
  • Jill Graper Hernandez
  • Win Corduan
  • David Beck

With extra chapters addressing "issues in discussion" reminiscent of hell and human origins, and a now-famous debate among evangelical thinker William Lane Craig and atheist thinker Michael Tooley, God and Evil presents serious engagement with fresh arguments opposed to religion and gives grounds for renewed self belief within the God who's "acquainted with grief."

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Scripture Index to Charlesworth's The Old Testament by Steve Delamarter

By Steve Delamarter

This can be a whole index to the approximately 8000 references to the Protestant scriptures within the margins and footnotes of James Charlesworth's 2-volume paintings, "The previous testomony Pseudepigraphia". the knowledge within the index will help these learning the impact of the Hebrew bible at the pseudepigrapha and the impact of the pseudepigrapha at the New testomony.

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The Word of God in English: Criteria for Excellence in Bible by Leland Ryken

By Leland Ryken

Used to be an eye fixed opener for a person no longer conversant in HOW bibles are translated. the details might be positioned into 3 different types. 1. Translating the idea that the writer meant "Dynamic equivalence" (subjective). 2. Translating the phrases to the simplest related phrases of the interpretation "Literal equivalence" (objective yet might require pondering) three. observation (completely subjective, frequently the innovations of 1 individual).
Examples of every will be 1.NIV (dynamic equivalence). 2.KJV,NKJV,NASB (Literal equivalence) three. THE MESSAGE (Commentary)
It comes right down to something primarily, do you need me to inform you observe for note what the writer stated (literal equivalance), what i feel he "intended" to claim to you,(Dynamic equivalance) or what i believe i'd say to you if i may say it in a manner that made experience to me.(Commentary)
I imagine after greedy those 3 simple strategies try to be in a position to see the hazards or problems of every. i suppose it relies how trusting you're of a number of the authors of the translations. for my part i've got (over the years) stumbled on i'd quite paintings on realizing the precise nature of every note and detect the reality and which means with no it being pre-digested by way of a person else's views.
The cons of it are indexed by way of others so I wont move into that.

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Debate and Dialogue (Ashgate New Critical Thinking in by Dr Maijastina Kahlos

By Dr Maijastina Kahlos

This e-book explores the development of Christian identification in fourth and 5th centuries via inventing, fabricating and sprucing binary oppositions. Binary oppositions, corresponding to Christians - pagans; fact - falsehood; the only precise god - the multitude of demons; the fitting faith - superstition, served to create and make stronger the Christian self-identity. The booklet examines how the Christian argumentation opposed to pagans used to be intertwined with self-perception and self-affirmation. Discussing the kin and interplay among pagan and Christian cultures, this ebook goals at widening old figuring out of the cultural conflicts and the otherness in international background and therefore, to give a contribution to the continuing dialogue concerning the historic and conceptual foundation of cultural tolerance and intolerance. This ebook bargains a useful contribution to modern scholarly debate approximately past due old spiritual background and the connection among Christianity and different religions.

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Fifty Reasons Why Jesus Came to Die by John Piper

By John Piper

WHY? crucial questions somebody can ask are: Why was once Jesus Christ crucified? Why did he endure loads? What has this to do with me? eventually, who despatched him to his sdeath? the reply to the final query is that God did. Jesus was once God's Son. The agony was once unsurpassed, however the entire message of the Bible ends up in this solution. The crucial factor of Jesus' loss of life isn't the reason, however the meaning-God's which means. that's what this publication is set. John Piper has accumulated from the hot testomony fifty purposes. now not fifty reasons, yet fifty purposes-in solution to an important query that every folks needs to face: What did God in attaining for sinners like us in sending his Son to die?

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The Chemistry of the Blood by M.R. DeHaan

By M.R. DeHaan

The Chemistry of the Blood is one among Dr. M. R. De Haan's most generally learn books. In it, his clinical historical past is uniquely mixed together with his skillful exposition of Scripture to correlate Scripture and technological know-how. as well as the name bankruptcy at the Chemistry of the Blood, Dr. De Haan additionally discusses such exciting subject matters as "The Chemistry of Tears," "The Chemistry of the Bible," "The Chemistry of Man," and different remarkable truths.

The past due M. R. DeHaan, MD, spoke to thousands as he performed his 30 minutes radio application of Bible educating each one Sunday for greater than twenty-seven years. His education integrated wish collage, the collage of Illinois scientific university, and Western Theological Seminary. His son, Rev. Richard W. DeHaan, now incorporates at the paintings of the Radio Bible category.

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