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God & Other Metaphors By Marvin Modeen
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A factual presentation of, and personal opinion on, the intentional confusion that surrounds the Abrahamic religions: Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and that late comer, Mormonism; and the mythology... More > that is religion, its beliefs and unfair persecutions of minorities.< Less
Quakers By K. B. Napier
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Because of their peace initiatives, Quakers have been included under the 'Christian' banner. But, their beliefs preclude such an honour. The most evangelical sect is Arminian and therefore heretical.... More > The most extreme is simply a meeting of unbelievers.< Less
Quakers By K. B. Napier
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Because of their peace initiatives, Quakers have been included under the 'Christian' banner. But, their beliefs preclude such an honour. The most evangelical sect is Arminian and therefore heretical.... More > The most extreme is simply a meeting of unbelievers.< Less
Essay : Apocalypse Now - On the Death of Christianity By Christopher Mark Piper
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“…What will come of that welter, that corruption into which The decomposition of the Christian culture is now dissolving? What I think will spring out of the filth is a new religion.... More > I think there will arise in whatever parts of Christianity remain, Say 200-years hence, cut off from the advancing restoration Of the Faith, some simplified, odd strong code of habit which Arabia constructed on the ruins of Christian doctrine in the East . Whatever refuses to accept the Catholic restoration will sooner or Later develop a new religion, because human society cannot live on Air, and to men of our strong western blood the substance of A doctrine and a ritual are especially needful. This conception Of a new religion (and, therefore, an evil one) arising out Of the grave of truth, seems today at once fantastic and unpleasant. Unpleasant I admit it is; fantastic I do not believe it to be …” ~ (Hilaire Belloc) ~ In such-wise, our subject is introduced...< Less
Philippics By Richard David Kennedy
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Wryly titling this offering Philippics to mimic the biblical Epistle to the Philippians, Kennedy presents an array of new verse having a largely religious theme. Paired with his masterful satirical... More > epic, Samsson, that parodies the man, God and religion triad, the reader is, once again, challenged to “think” and possibly reexamine his or her personal beliefs about God and man, but most of all themselves. What some might regard sacrilegious, he holds a “spiritual,” even sacred. This highly original, boldly assertive, “great poetry” is, as always, distinctly, inimitably Kennedy. While there are bound to be those who will find his perspective shocking, if not offensive, others will find it refreshing and stimulating. Either way, there will be those, whose beliefs will be reaffirmed and strengthened; others will be moved to question and explore and hopefully grow. This is Kennedy at his incomparable best.< Less
Steps to Faith: From Reason to Redemption By DAVID RITSEMA
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This book is a step-by-step guide on the spiritual journey of faith toward Jesus Christ. Finally, there is a book that not only offers goods reasons to believe in God, but also introduces the reader... More > to the essential beliefs behind Christianity, and this helps them to make the final step to become a Christian. This more than an evangelism track. This is more than a primer on Christian theology. This book helps the reader make the final step to actually become a Christian. Hence the title "From Reason to Redemption." Beyond C. S. Lewis and Josh McDowell, this book helps the reader know what they actually have to do to become a believer.< Less
Steps to Faith: From Reason to Redemption By David Ritsema & David Ritsema
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This book is a step-by-step guide on the spiritual journey of faith toward Jesus Christ. Finally, there is a book that not only offers goods reasons to believe in God, but also introduces the reader... More > to the essential beliefs behind Christianity, and this helps them to make the final step to become a Christian. This more than an evangelism track. This is more than a primer on Christian theology. This book helps the reader make the final step to actually become a Christian. Hence the title "From Reason to Redemption." Beyond C. S. Lewis and Josh McDowell, this book helps the reader know what they actually have to do to become a believer.< Less
A Survey of Major Biblical Doctrines: Seventh Edition By Malcolm Howard
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Evangelical Christian doctrine is important because it provides a basis for faith, revealing what traditional Evengelical Christians believe and the biblical basis for that belief. Doctrine is... More > important also because what you believe affects the way you live and how you relate to others. This book begins with the excellent Biblical Ministries Worldwide (BMW) Doctrinal Statement and builds on that foundation, expanding and explaining each point. (Disclaimer: The author of this book is not affiliated with BMW.) Whether you're an Evangelical Christian or just curioius about their beliefs, you'll benefit from this book!< Less
Career Success Secrets for CLERGY By Imtiaz Syed
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Clergy Conduct religious worship and perform other spiritual functions associated with beliefs and practices of religious faith or denomination. Provide spiritual and moral guidance and assistance to... More > members. Sample of reported job titles: Pastor, Confessor, Minister, Catholic Priest, Priest, Rector, Children's Minister, Children's Pastor, College Chaplain, Evangelism Pastor< Less
Baptist Doctrine By Dr. Todd Neal Ary
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The beliefs of Baptist churches are not completely consistent from one Baptist church to another. Baptists do not have a central governing authority, unlike most other denominations. However,... More > Baptists do hold some common beliefs among almost all Baptist churches. Baptists share so-called "orthodox" Christian beliefs with most other moderate or conservative Christian denominations. These would include beliefs about one God, the virgin birth, the sinless life, miracles, vicarious atoning death, burial, and bodily resurrection of Christ, the Trinity (the divinity of Jesus and the Holy Spirit, together with God the Father), the need for salvation (though the understanding of means for achieving it may differ at times), divine grace, the Church, the Kingdom of God, last things (Jesus Christ will return personally and visibly in glory to the earth; the dead will be raised; and Christ will judge everyone in righteousness), evangelism and missions< Less

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