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Christian Research Journal 43.03 “If Your Child Were Gay, Would You Change Your View on Homosexuality?”
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Flip Chart L-I-G-H-T-S on Your Path to Reading the Bible For All It’s Worth plus the JNL 43.03 cited above
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Privileged Species: How the Cosmos Is Designed for Human Life DVD plus Flip Chart L-I-G-H-T-S plus JNL 43.03 cited above
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The Last Disciple
by Hank Hanegraaff and Sigmund Brouwer
As the early church begins to experience the turbulence Christ prophesied as the beginning of the last days, an enemy seeks to find John’s letter, Revelation, and destroy it. Meanwhile the early Christians must decipher it and cling to the hope it provides as they face the greatest of all persecutions.
The Last Sacrifice
Rescued by a stranger and given a mysterious scroll, Gallus Sergius Vitas is told that he must decipher this letter to find the answers he needs — a letter that Helius, Nero’s most trusted advisor, is also determined to decipher and to keep hidden from Nero. As Nero’s reign of terror grows, so does his circle of enemies.
The Last Temple
Vitas can’t avoid the debts that he owes to the men who saved him, and he becomes a key figure in the plot to rid the empire of Nero. Vitas returns to Jerusalem as Titus lays siege to the great city, and the prophecy of Jesus begins to unfold.
The Apocalypse Code: Find Out What the Bible Really Says about the End Times and Why It Matters Today
by Hank Hanegraaff
Breaking the code of the book of Revelation has become an international obsession. The result has been rampant misreading of Scripture, bad theology, and even bad politics and foreign policy. Hanegraaff argues that the key to understanding the last book of the Bible is the other sixty-five books of the Bible—not current events or recent history and certainly not any complicated charts.