Resurrection. 2001 Gold Medallion winner for the best Theology/Doctrine book by the Evangelical Christian Publisher’s Association. In this book, Hank Hanegraaff offers logical and passionate proof of Christianity’s pivotal event — Christ’s resurrection. This ground-breaking volume deals with the urgent theological importance as well as the deeply personal reality. He demonstrates that resurrection is even more certain than death and reveals that our entry after death into a new existence isn’t a possibility; it’s a certainty.
The Very First Easter. This book is a wonderful gift for children, families, and friends. Written by best-selling author and historian Paul Maier, “The Very First Easter” returns the sacred focus to the true Easter story that is often missing in literature for the young. It examines the last days of Jesus on earth, His death, and resurrection, viewing them in both scriptural and secular contexts. Highlights the historicity of the biblical account. Beautifully illustrated by Francisco Ordaz, this hardbound book is ideal for children ages 5-10.
The Weeping Chamber. The Weeping Chamber transports us into the heart of ancient Jerusalem during the turbulent last days of Christ. One man is on a desperate journey in search of personal redemption. The other man’s journey will provide redemption for all. Meet both men as their lives intersect during the week of the greatest drama in history. Through their eyes see Caiaphas, Herod, Pilate, and Judas—and understand the all-too-human motivations that we share with them. Meet the disciples, Mary and Martha, and others whose lives were forever changed by the Messiah.