No Place For Truth

Author: David F. Wells
Editor: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
ISBN: 9780802807472
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Looks at how the Evangelical movement is working within American secular culture

God In The Wasteland

Author: David F. Wells
Editor: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
ISBN: 9780802841797
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In this sequel to the widely praised No Place for Truth, David Wells calls for the restoration of the church based on a fresh encounter with the transcendent God. By looking anew at the way God's transcendence and immanence have been taken captive by modern appetites, Wells argues convincingly for a reform of the evangelical world.

No Room For Truth

Author: Pam McPhail
Editor: Spring Morning Publishing, Incorporated
ISBN: 9780982356487
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A working reporter's search for the truth turns upside-down as she discovers a world filled with bribery and corruption, feeding unchecked into the very heart of America's soul. As she slowly uncovers the long-hidden secrets that will place her in grave danger, the story mounts to a searing suspense-filled courtroom climax.

Fbi Law Enforcement Bulletin

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Lutheran Forum

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The Magazine Of Poetry

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A Place For Truth

Author: Dallas Willard
Editor: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 0830838457
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Since its founding at Harvard in 1992, The Veritas Forum has provided a place for the university world to explore the deepest questions of truth and life. Now gathered in one volume are some of The Veritas Forum's most notable presentations. Volume editor Dallas Willard introduces each presentation, highlighting its significance and putting it in context for us today. Also included are selected question and answer sessions with the speakers from the original forum experiences. --from publisher description

Animal Man 1988 85

Author: Jerry Prosser
Editor: Vertigo
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Part 1 of the 3-part "Anima Mundi": Animal Man embarks on a surreal journey to the center of the "Hollow Earth"--a psychic landscape of astral projection, virtual reality and hallucinogenic visions.

First Things

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The Abingdon Preaching Annual

Author: Michael Duduit
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The 1995 edition of this essential resource offers the preacher three sermon briefs for each Sunday of the year, plus original sermon ideas, new insights, and unique illustrations from a wide range of preaching clergy. Includes two general essays on preaching by well-known authors Raymond Bailey and James Earl Massey, list of Lectionary readings, benedictions, and more.

Research In Phenomenology

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No God But God

Author: Os Guinness
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How Interpretation Becomes Truth

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What Is The New Age Still Saying To The Church

Author: John William Drane
Editor: Zondervan Publishing Company
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A thoroughly updated and revised edition of this book which gives a real insight into the New Age Christians are often dismissive of the New Age, condemning outright its values and spiritual messages. Yet the New Age has a huge following and has in recent years - perhaps particularly so since this book was first published in 1991 - expanded and deepened its influence throughout the world at a breathtaking rate. John Drane has spoken to New Agers across the world and in this challenging book explores how the church can learn to address the real need of these people. He explains what the New Age is and looks at themes such as 'going within', 'searching for the unknown' and 'healing'.

A Confessing Theology For Postmodern Times

Author: Michael Scott Horton
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"In a world in which absolute truth, values and authority have lost their place, the evangelical church needs most of all to be a beacon of truth and light. Yet the relativistic mindset of our culture is seeping in, pushing aside biblical content to make way for personal experience even in churches that once held firmly to the doctrines of the faith. The result, a watered-down Gospel, is having little impact on society or individual lives. It is a challenge that must not go unmet. In A Confessing Theology for Postmodern Times, twelve confessing Christian scholars from various denominational backgrounds provide you with ideas and strategies for rising to that challenge. They explore your resources for " doing" theology in a postmodern world, as well as the obstacles and the opportunities it entails. There is a crisis of truth in the world. This volume is evidence that you "can reach out to those who need the life-changing message of the Gospel and still hold firm to a systematic, biblical theology in postmodern times."--! From book jacket.

Library Journal

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