A Lawyer Examines the Case for Unbelief
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An Introduction to the Orthodox Tradition
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The Why and How of Christian Self-Discipline
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The Reality of the Resurrection
The Ultimate Self-Revelation of God.
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In the courtroom, lawyers depend on rules of evidence to make their arguments. A case is made by establishing certain facts from which proof can be determined. Trial lawyer Mark Lanier turns his analytical mind to the arguments for atheism and agnosticism. He cross-examines the strongest arguments of prominent atheists and also interrogates the questions of agnostics as to whether God is knowable. Through his evenhanded, levelheaded approach, Lanier challenges us all to decide for ourselves what we believe.
To many people, the Orthodox Christian tradition (or Eastern Orthodoxy) seems unfamiliar and mysterious. Yet this tradition is arguably the most faithful representative of ancient Christianity in existence today and numbers roughly 250 million adherents worldwide. What’s more, a steady stream of evangelical Christians has been entering the Orthodox Church in recent decades. Isn’t it time we gained a deeper understanding of Orthodoxy?
This concise book explores the underpinnings of the Church’s practice of fasting and of ascetic discipline in general—repentance and conversion through self-denial and service. Rather than being preoccupied with the details of food regulations, L. Joseph Letendre helps the reader understand the purpose of fasting and how to enter into it more willingly and fully. We fast to prepare, to be set free, and to be fruitful.
From Incarnation: “God’s incarnation in human flesh is the apex of revelation: His ‘last word.’ In taking on human flesh, God gives us more than the clearest image of who He is. He gives us Himself…..This, then, is the climax of divine revelation: God with us. The Infinite has progressively revealed Himself in accordance with our finitude. Thus, prior to Immanuel, general and special revelation revealed His glory. But in the Incarnation, ‘We have seen his glory.’”
Resurrection offers logical and passionate proof of Christianity’s pivotal event—Christ’s resurrection. Hank Hanegraaff 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. And he provides biblical answers to such questions as: Will we really have tangible, physical bodies? Will there be pets and animals in the resurrection? Would a good God really send people to Hell for eternity? And many more.
The Case for the Resurrection of Jesus
The Case for the Resurrection is an accessible, comprehensive, and persuasive resource providing detailed evidence for the resurrection of Jesus. Indeed, it “may be the most thorough defense of the historicity of the resurrection” (J. P. Moreland). It also demonstrates how to share the material clearly, honestly, and definitively. Included is an interactive CD that tests the reader’s knowledge of the material by using an entertaining TV game show format.
How are we to understand the mystery of Jesus being truly God and also truly man? How do we correctly speak of the real Jesus without falling prey to the skepticism that marks the so-called “quest for a historical Jesus”? Through living, breathing accounts of those who knew Him best—the apostles and the early Christian community—we contemplate who God’s Son really was and is. And we understand how He came to redeem and sanctify every aspect of every human life.
Written against contemporary forces of doubt and deconstruction, this winsome and accessible apologetics book for a new generation defends the coherence, beauty, and power of the Christian story—making the case that Christianity offers a compelling explanatory framework for making sense of our world. Gavin Ortlund shows not only the “eminent plausibility of the existence of God and the resurrection of Jesus,” but that truth, perfect goodness, and infinite beauty reconcile in Christian theism.
The Resurrection happened. It’s not just the belief of Christians, it’s borne out of history, archaeology, and science. This documentary takes viewers step by step through events of Holy Week—shedding light on key players, unraveling the political intrigue, and answering longstanding questions about what happened, and why. Professor of ancient history Paul L. Maier details the story, along with maps, graphics, and remarkable dramatic re-creations to bring Holy Week alive in a whole new way.
The resurrection of Jesus Christ is defended in detail in The Third Day, a powerful and concise work taken from Hank Hanegraaff’s bestseller Resurrection. Factual evidences are examined, from the fatal torment and empty tomb to Christ’s appearances and transformation of the disciples.
The Very First Easter
A wonderful gift for children, families, and friends, 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 the Lord Jesus on Earth, His death, and resurrection, viewing them in both Scriptural and secular contexts. Highlighting the historicity of the biblical account, and beautifully illustrated, this hardbound book is ideal for children ages 5–10.