Making Peace With Your Father
Revised & Updated
By David Stoop
In this revised and updated copy of his best-selling book, Dr. David Stoop encourages readers to celebrate the positive influences their dads had on them and to make peace with their fathers for the difficulties and problems they may have caused. “Making Peace with Your Father” offers a comprehensive look at the role of the father, a study of father-absence, and a thorough description of the impact of abusive fathers. Readers will learn the 11-step More
Tough Questions About God and His Actions
In the Old Testament
By Walter Kaiser
Practical, scriptural discussions of tough topics such as polygamy, genocide, and the role of women in the Old Testament . The God of the Old Testament can seem very foreign to Christians. His actions appear to starkly contrast with the God of grace in the New Testament and with modern notions of justice and propriety.
In this short volume, Old Testament scholar Walter Kaiser devotes More
The Holy Spirit – An Introduction
By John Bevere
The Holy Spirit is often portrayed as something weird. But the Bible makes it clear that the Spirit is not something. He is someone – a Person who has promised to never leave your side. In this interactive book, John Bevere invites you into a personal discovery of the most ignored and misunderstood Person in the Church: the Holy Spirit. Interactive book includes: daily devotions, group discussion questions, and a bonus chapter with answers to More
作者: 麥斯.蒙洛 (Dr. Myles Munroe)
Theology For Preaching
By Ronald J. Allen, Barbara Shires Blaisdell & Scott Black Johnston
The heart of the postmodern mind-set is an awareness of the relativity of all human thought and action. In Theology for Preaching, three authors collaborate to discuss the implications for proclamation when the culture behaves as if all human thought and practices are relative. Tips for sermon composition and theme are proposed. Sample sermons are supplied to demonstrate awareness of the cultural shifts that make preaching a worthwhile challenge in a postmodern ethos.
How To Preach Without Notes
By Charles W. Koller
This is a classic that has stood the test of time. For forty-five years, seminary students and pastors have benefited from the principles found in this book. Two of Koller’s popular texts, Expository Preaching without Notes and Sermons Preached without Notes, are combined in a single volume that allows preachers to prepare and deliver sermons without being tied to a manuscript or even outlines or notes.
Among the eighteen topics discussed are the biblical conception More
The Book of Revelation
(The New International Greek Testament Commentary)
By G. K. Beale
This monumental commentary on the book of Revelation, originally published in 1999, has been highly acclaimed by scholars, pastors, students, and others seriously interested in interpreting the Apocalypse for the benefit of the church. Too often Revelation is viewed as a book only about the future. As G. K. Beale shows, however, Revelation is not merely a futurology but a book about how the church should live for the glory of God throughout the ages More
The Heart Of Revelation
By J. Scott Duvall
Despite gallons of ink spilled and hours of movies made on the book of Revelation, it remains one of the most confusing and least understood books of Scripture. But Scott Duvall has good news for discouraged readers – you can benefit from the hope and encouragement of this mysterious book if you grasp its main teachings.
In this thematic approach to Revelation, Duvall reveals its ten most important themes, allowing readers to focus on the vision of More