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O Suffering, Why Really Me? - Victory Over Adversity By Segun Olumide
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Must Christians suffer? Why do the righteous suffer? Why do bad things happen to "good" people? What are the benefits of adversity? This book provides Biblical answers to these questions... More > with encouraging testimonies that will rekindle your hope and inspire your faith to endure all hardship and come out of it a better person, not a bitter person! Smith Wigglesworth noted, "Great faith comes out of great fight. Great testimony is a product of great test. Great triumph is the result of great tribulation." What you are going through is intended to make you, not to mar you. It is called PROCESS. God can use all good and bad things that ever happened to you to work together for your good (Romans 8:28, Jeremiah 11:29)!< Less
The Age of Reason By Thomas Paine
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The Age of Reason: Being an Investigation of True and Fabulous Theology, a deistic treatise written by eighteenth-century British radical and American revolutionary Thomas Paine, critiques... More > institutionalized religion and challenges the inerrancy of the Bible. Published in three parts in 1794, 1795, and 1807, it was a bestseller in America, where it caused a short-lived deistic revival. British audiences, however, fearing increased political radicalism as a result of the French revolution, received it with more hostility. The Age of Reason presents common deistic arguments; for example, it highlights the corruption of the Christian Church and criticizes its efforts to acquire political power. Paine advocates reason in the place of revelation, leading him to reject miracles and to view the Bible as an ordinary piece of literature rather than as a divinely-inspired text. Yet, The Age of Reason is not atheistic: it promotes natural religion and argues for a creator-God.< Less
Commentary on the Book of Genesis: Bible Study Notes and Comments By David Pratte
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Bible study notes and commentary on the Old Testament book of Genesis. Emphasizes understanding the text with practical applications. Intended to be helpful to all Christians, including teachers and... More > preachers, while avoiding an emphasis on technical issues. Written from the perspective of faith in the Bible as the absolute, inerrant, verbally inspired word of God. Comments include discussion of these topics: * Are Bible accounts of creation and the flood literal history? * Can organic or theistic evolution be harmonized with Scripture? * Are the days of Genesis 1 literal or symbols of long ages? * Were Adam and Eve the first man and woman? * How did sin and death enter the world? * Was Noah's flood worldwide or local? * What promises did God make to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob about the nation of Israel? * How did Joseph interpret Pharaoh's dreams and save his family in Egypt?< Less
The Koran By UNKNOWN
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THE KORAN The Koran, the sacred book of Islam, and of more than a hundred millions of men, is the least original of all existing sacred books. Muslims agree in believing that it is from beginning to... More > end, and word for word, inspired; and that it existed before the Creation on what is called the "Preserved Tablet." This tablet was brought by the Archangel Gabriel from the highest to the lowest heaven, whence it was dictated sura [chapter] by sura, verse by verse, and word by word, to the Prophet Muhammad. Its matter is, however, taken for the most part from the Old Testament, especially the narrative portions of the Pentateuch; from the New Testament; from the traditions of the ancient Arabs; and also from Zoroastrian and other scriptures or traditions. It is not likely that Muhammad used literary sources, except in a small measure. But there were Jews, Christians, Zoroastrians, and others in and around Arabia, and he must have learned from their lips the principal doctrines of their respective religions.< Less
The Four Keys to the Millennium By Jay Rogers
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All Christians believe that their great God and Saviour, Jesus Christ, will one day return. Although we cannot know the exact time of his return, what exactly did Jesus mean when he spoke of the... More > signs of his coming (Matthew 24)? How are we to interpret the prophecies in Isaiah regarding the time when ‘the earth will be full of the knowledge of the LORD as the waters cover the sea’ (Isaiah 11:9)? Should we expect a time of great tribulation or reformation and revival before the Lord returns? How do we approach this inspired prophetic book? In what way do these approaches affect our interpretation of the thousand years of Revelation 20? Is the devil bound now, and are the saints reigning with Christ? These, and many more questions, are dealt with by the four authors in The Four Keys to the Millennium. The editor, Michael Meiring, also makes an analysis of the four essays, identifying the strengths and weaknesses of each view.< Less
THE GOSPEL OF JOHN Original Version - Volume I By translated by James David Audlin
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The only narrative about Jesus by eyewitnesses, this is also one of the world's greatest literary works. The unfinished text was spirited off to Sinope when the author was sent into exile. Even... More > there the hand of Rome nearly destroyed it. Rescued 35 years later, the author's spiritual heirs published it. While in Sinope some pages got lost or disordered. After publication various editors changed the manuscript repeatedly to suit the changing doctrines of early Christianity, even adding spurious new material. Thus the standard text is an inspiring mess, but still a mess. This translation restores not the unfinished original text, but the masterpiece the author sought to compose: a first-hand account of a real man sent to urge humanity to accept God's will, set down before doctrine repackaged him as an incarnate deity. Volume One contains the carefully restored text and a history of the gospel. Volume Two includes commentaries that burnish this masterpiece for the modern reader.< Less
THE GOSPEL OF JOHN Original Version - Volume II By translated by James David Audlin
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The only narrative about Jesus by eyewitnesses, this is also one of the world's greatest literary works. The unfinished text was spirited off to Sinope when the author was sent into exile. Even... More > there the hand of Rome nearly destroyed it. Rescued 35 years later, the author's spiritual heirs published it. While in Sinope some pages got lost or disordered. After publication various editors changed the manuscript repeatedly to suit the changing doctrines of early Christianity, even adding spurious new material. Thus the standard text is an inspiring mess, but still a mess. This translation restores not the unfinished original text, but the masterpiece the author sought to compose: a first-hand account of a real man sent to urge humanity to accept God's will, set down before doctrine repackaged him as an incarnate deity. Volume One contains the carefully restored text and a history of the gospel. Volume Two includes commentaries that burnish this masterpiece for the modern reader.< Less
The Four Keys to the Millennium By Jay Rogers et al.
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All Christians believe that their great God and Saviour, Jesus Christ, will one day return. Although we cannot know the exact time of his return, what exactly did Jesus mean when he spoke of the... More > signs of his coming (Matthew 24)? How are we to interpret the prophecies in Isaiah regarding the time when 'the earth will be full of the knowledge of the LORD as the waters cover the sea' (Isaiah 11:9)? Should we expect a time of great tribulation or reformation and revival before the Lord returns? How do we approach this inspired prophetic book? In what way do these approaches affect our interpretation of the thousand years of Revelation 20? Is the devil bound now, and are the saints reigning with Christ? These, and many more questions, are dealt with by the four authors in The Four Keys to the Millennium. The editor, Michael Meiring, also makes an analysis of the four essays, identifying the strengths and weaknesses of each view.< Less
Theological Reflections of an Information Scientist By Alan Gillies
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This book has been written as a response to the increasing polarisation of the public debate between science and religion. On one side of the debate, there are the “aggressive atheists”,... More > who claim to represent Science. Fundamentalists are associated with almost all religions from Christian fundamentalists to Islamic fundamentalists. This polarised view of the debate ignores a huge constituency or people with more moderate views: scientists inspired by a sense of wonder at what they discover in their daily work, religious adherents who hold much more tolerant and inclusive views of the world, or indeed agnostics who either hold no strong view or acknowledge that they simply “don’t know”. Many people look to science or religion for answers because they feel uncertain about the future. They want nice simple answers that make them feel secure. This book will not provide simple answers where they are also simplistic.< Less
The Four Keys to the Millennium By Jay Rogers
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All Christians believe that their great God and Saviour, Jesus Christ, will one day return. Although we cannot know the exact time of his return, what exactly did Jesus mean when he spoke of the... More > signs of his coming (Matthew 24)? How are we to interpret the prophecies in Isaiah regarding the time when ‘the earth will be full of the knowledge of the LORD as the waters cover the sea’ (Isaiah 11:9)? Should we expect a time of great tribulation or reformation and revival before the Lord returns? How do we approach this inspired prophetic book? In what way do these approaches affect our interpretation of the thousand years of Revelation 20? Is the devil bound now, and are the saints reigning with Christ? These, and many more questions, are dealt with by the four authors in The Four Keys to the Millennium. The editor, Michael Meiring, also makes an analysis of the four essays, identifying the strengths and weaknesses of each view.< Less

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