CRI Resources: Summer 2022-Choice of 2

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How Christianity Saved Civilization… And Must Do So Again

by Mike Aquilina and James Papandrea

These eye-opening pages document the many ways in which Christians penetrated and civilized the debased Roman empire, introducing then-radical notions such as the equal dignity of women, respect for life, protection of the weak and vulnerable, and the obligation of rulers to serve those they rule and maximize their freedom. Facing an overwhelmingly dark and hostile culture, Rome’s early Christians took the steps necessary to transform it. Their struggles and the hard lessons they learned documented here afford us hope that, by imitating their example, we may do the same for our culture today.

Window on the World: An Operation World Prayer Resource — Revised Edition (2018)

Edited by Molly Wall and Jason Mandryk

Developing cultural, political, historical, and geographical awareness through a Christian lens, this rich resource is written with family prayer in mind — age appropriate for both adults and children alike as together they discover and pray for the peoples of the world. With “Fact Files” and “Do You Know?” features, each section brings you information, true stories, maps, and easy-to-use prayer points that take you into homes around the world. This revised edition includes new entries for more countries and people groups, with updated information and prayer points from the team at Operation World.

Mind Your Faith: A Student’s Guide to Thinking and Living Well

by David A. Horner

The university world can be a confusing place, filled with many competing worldviews and perspectives. Beliefs and values are challenged at every turn. Professor David Horner restores sanity to the collegiate experience with this guide to thinking and flourishing as a Christian. Carefully exploring how ideas work, he gives you essential tools for thinking contextually, thinking logically, and thinking worldviewishly — ultimately, thinking Christianly.

How To Stay Christian in College

by J. Budziszewski

Going to college usually means leaving behind your network of support and entering a milieu with different (often very different) worldviews, perspectives, responsibilities, and expectations. Even if you’re going to a “Christian” college, there’s no guarantee you won’t face challenges to your faith. Professor Budziszewski guides students through the maze of campus realities and equips them to stay Christian in college.

Has God Spoken? Memorable Proofs of the Bible’s Divine Inspiration

by Hank Hanegraaff

Through media, manuscripts, and movies — and most notably through the Internet — political pundits, professors, and public personalities raise doubts in the minds of millions regarding the notion that God has spoken and the Bible is a reliable repository of what He has said. Using the acronym MAPS, Hank reveals that “the Bible, like a Rock of Gibraltar embedded in a sea of manuscript copies, is yet and forever will be an immovable bulwark fueling our faith and shattering the waves of skepticism and doubt.”

Fragments of Truth: Can We Trust the Bible? DVD

Our faith is based on the New Testament — but can we really trust the Bible? Skeptics say no, arguing that the Gospel manuscripts have been doctored to push a theological agenda. Join renowned scholar Dr. Craig Evans as he takes this claim head-on, traveling the globe to track down the most ancient New Testament Manuscripts. Along the way, he highlights groundbreaking new evidence, demonstrating that the case for the reliability of the New Testament manuscripts is stronger than ever.

Person of Interest: Why Jesus Still Matters in a World that Rejects the Bible

by J. Warner Wallace

Can the truth about Jesus be uncovered — even without a body or a crime scene? Join cold-case detective and bestselling author J. Warner Wallace as he investigates Jesus using an innovative and unique approach he employs to solve real missing person murder cases. Wallace carefully sifts through the evidence from history alone, without relying on the New Testament. You’ll understand like never before how Jesus, the most significant person in history, changed the world.

Darwinian Racism: How Darwinism Influenced Hitler, Nazism, and White Nationalism

by Richard Weikart

To hear some tell it, Adolf Hitler was a Christian creationist who rejected Darwinian evolution. Award-winning historian Richard Weikart shows otherwise. According to Weikart, Darwinian evolution crucially influenced Hitler and the Nazis, and the Nazis zealously propagated evolutionary theory during the Third Reich. As Weikart also shows, these ideas circulate today among white nationalists and neo-Nazis, who routinely use Darwinian theory in their propaganda to advance a racist agenda.

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Summer 2022-Choice 1 of 2

How Christianity Saved Civilization, Window on the World, Mind Your Faith, How To Stay Christian in College, Has God Spoken?, Fragments of Truth, Person of Interest, Darwinian Racism

Summer 2022-Choice 2 of 2

How Christianity Saved Civilization, Window on the World, Mind Your Faith, How To Stay Christian in College, Has God Spoken?, Fragments of Truth, Person of Interest, Darwinian Racism