God without Passions A Primer: A Practical and Pastoral Study of Divine Impassibility


Samuel D. Renihan - 2015
    Each chapter covers a specific facet of this doctrine and also has study questions accompanying each chapter making this an accessible introduction to the doctrine of divine impassibility for lay people in the Church.

Religion: If There is No God...on God, the Devil, Sin and Other Worries of the So-Called Philosophy of Religion


Leszek Kołakowski - 1982
    He examines the critiques of religious belief, from the Epicureans through Nietzsche to contemporary anthropological inquiry, the assumptions that underlie them, and the counter-arguments of such apologists as Descartes, Leibniz, and Pascal.His exploration of the philosophy of religion covers the historical discussions of the nature and existence of evil, the importance of the concepts of failure and eternity to the religious impulse, the relationship between skepticism and mysticism, and the place of reason, understanding, and in models of religious thought. He examines why people, throughout known history, have cherished the idea of eternity and existence after death, and why this hope has been dependent on the worship of an eternal reality. He confronts the problems of meaning in religious language.

If God, Why Evil?: A New Way to Think about the Question


Norman L. Geisler - 2011
    A trusted apologist provides a fresh, balanced approach to understanding how a loving God can preside over a world filled with evil and suffering

On Christian Theology


Rowan Williams - 1999
    * Collects the work of a prominent writer and serving bishop on the history of Christian theology and spirituality. * Brings together Rowan Williams' theological essays with studies of wider issues from a theological point of view. * Includes an introduction to his work by Bishop Williams.

The Story of Redemption: A Concise Presentation of the Conflict of the Ages Drawn From the Earlier Writings of Ellen G. White (Christian Home Library)


Ellen G. White - 1947
    Book showing how sin originated the plan of salvation and going through to the future of the world.

An Introduction to Systematic Theology: Prolegomena and the Doctrines of Revelation, Scripture, and God


Cornelius Van Til - 1961
    Cornelius Van Til taught apologetics for more than forty-five years at Westminster Theological Seminary. This newly edited and typeset edition features an introduction and explanatory notes by William Edgar.

God, Freedom, and Evil


Alvin Plantinga - 1973
    Accessible to serious general readers.

Most Moved Mover: A Theology of God's Openness


Clark H. Pinnock - 2001
    It has become a major subject of debate within the Evangelical Theological Society, and Christianity Today has called for ongoing study of the subject by both classical theists and openness theologians. Now Pinnock, in an effort to continue ongoing conversation, returns with Most Moved Mover to defend the open view of God against criticism.Most Moved Mover, the most passionate and articulate defense of openness theology to date, begins with an analysis of the heated debate sparked by the publication of The Openness of God. Pinnock then clears up misconceptions about openness theology, points out areas of agreement between classical and openness theologians, and lays the groundwork for future discussions.From an insider's perspective, Pinnock takes readers deep into the openness debate that is shaking the evangelical movement, detailing reactions and replies from thinkers as diverse as Millard Erickson, Greg Boyd, and John Polkinghorne.Most Moved Mover is sure to inform all evangelicals, regardless of their viewpoint, of the latest developments concerning the open view of God movement. It will be required reading in the academy and for church leaders who want to keep current with the ongoing evangelical debate about God's nature and attributes.

All That Is in God: Evangelical Theology and the Challenge of Classical Christian Theism


James E. Dolezal - 2017
    James E. Dolezal’s All That Is in God provides an exposition of the historic Christian position while engaging with these contemporary deviations. His convincing critique of the newer position he styles “theistic mutualism” is philosophically robust, systematically nuanced, and biblically based. It demonstrates the need to maintain the traditional viewpoint, particularly on divine simplicity, and spotlights the unfortunate implications for other important Christian doctrines—such as divine eternality and the Trinity—if it were to be abandoned. Arguing carefully and cogently that “all that is in God is God Himself,” the work is sure to stimulate debate on the issue in years to come.

THE Complete Works Of Oswald Chambers


Oswald Chambers - 2000
    Transcribed by his wife Biddy, and drawn from his numerous sermons, lectures, and speeches, this monumental book includes more than forty titles from the popular, thought-provoking chaplain, including never-before published notes on Ezekiel, Isaiah, and Jeremiah, and is published in a handsome hardbound volume.

C.S. Lewis's Case for Christ: Insights from Reason, Imagination, and Faith


Art Lindsley - 2005
    Art Lindsley is a helpful and reliable guide to the voluminous and sometimes challenging writings of Lewis for both seekers and those who want to grasp their own faith more deeply.

Lectures in Systematic Theology


Henry Clarence Thiessen - 1975
    In this comprehensive introduction to systematic theology, Thiessen addresses a wide range of substantive issues in sections on theism, bibliology, theology, angelology, anthropology, soteriology, ecclesiology, and eschatology.

Reason within the Bounds of Religion


Nicholas Wolterstorff - 1976
    Expanding on his 1976 study of the bearing of Christian faith on the practice of scholarship, Wolterstorff has added a substantial new section on the role of faith in the decisions scholars make about their choice of subject matter.

The Power of God's Names


Tony Evans - 2014
    Tony Evans shows that it’s through the names of God that the nature of God is revealed to us. Who is God in His fullness? How has He expressed His riches and righteousness? How can you trust His goodness? As you get to know the names of God and understand their meaning, God’s character will become real to you in life-changing ways.You will explore the depths of God asElohim: The All-Powerful CreatorJehovah: The Self-Revealing OneAdonai: The Owner of AllJehovah-Jireh: The Lord Who ProvidesEl Shaddai: The Almighty Sufficient OneEl Elion: The Most High RulerJehovah Nissi: The Lord’s Banner of VictoryJehovah Shalom: The Lord Our PeaceJehovah Mekadesh: The Lord Who SanctifiesJehovah Rophe: The Lord Who HealsJehovah Tsikenu: The Lord My RighteousnessJehovah Robi: The Lord My ShepherdImmanuel: God With UsBy studying and understanding the characteristics of God as revealed through His names, you will be better equipped to face hardship and victory, loss and provision, and all of the challenges life throws at you.

Pushing the Antithesis: The Apologetic Methodology of Greg L. Bahnsen


Greg L. Bahnsen - 2007
    Greg L. Bahnsen believed that to deal with the academics of the day and their arguments against the Christian faith, it is necessary to do battle with them at the highest levels of scholarship using their intellectual tools against them. He could quickly analyze and give direct and compelling answers to all their objections. Prior to his untimely death in 1995, Dr. Bahnsen delivered a series of lectures on apologetics at American Vision s Life Preparation Conference. These lectures are rare in that they are some of the only video presentations of Dr. Bahnsen's teachings. The week-long sessions, presented before high school and college students, set forth the basics of the Christian worldview and the biblical approach to defending the faith. These lessons have been distilled and turned into a one-of-a kind handbook on apologetics.