In Charismatic Chaos, John F. MacArthur calls for biblical evaluation and analyzes the doctrinal differences between charismatics and non-charismatics in the light of Scripture.
Religion and the Scientists Mervyn Stockwood
These papers by some of the leading scientists at Cambridge are evidence of the variety of approach and conclusion on matters of religion adopted by men of science.
Salvation, the Bible and Roman Catholicism William Webster
Why are there Roman Catholic and Protestant Churches? Is it not the case that Roman Catholics and Protestants believe basically the same things? William A. Webster explores the answers to these and other questions.
Science Speaks Peter W Stoner and Robert C Newman
The attacks by critics of the Bible has often come in the name of science. Faith has been threatened because the Bible has been thought to be in serious error. Today through the efforts of Christian scientists, items of conflict between science and Scriptures are being harmonized. Professor Stone examines the findings of science and the Genesis account of creation.
That the World May Know Earl Paulk
This book not only untangles the controversies surrounding specialized ministries, but it also points direction for the Church in the days ahead. Amid the controversy and confusion separating Christians, Paulk challenges the Church to spiritual unity for one reason..."that the world may know."
The Case for Faith Lee Strobel
The Case for Faith is for those who feel attracted to the Christian faith but have intellectual barriers holding them back. For Christians, it will deepen their beliefs and grant them renewed confidence in discussing
Christianity with their skeptical friends.
The Discovery of Genesis C H Kang and Ethel R Nelson
Were the ancient Chinese a remnant of the Tower of Babel dispersion... clinging to their belief in one God... forced to seek refuge and isolation in the East by persecuting non-believers?
Who Moved the Stone? Frank Morison
Frank Morrison set out to prove that the story of Christ’s Resurrection was only a myth. His probings, however, led him to discover the validity of the biblical record in a moving, personal way.