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The Plot By Bob Enyart
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Understanding the overview of the Bible is the key to unlocking the details. This book clears up many if not all doctrinal disputes and apparent contradictions. No Bible believing Christian should... More > be without this guide!< Less
Not Particularly Pauciloquent By Lucy Walcott
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This is just a book listing several revamped blog articles that I have written on my site, Not Particularly Pauciloquent. This is volume one, of the blog articles mainly that I have written from... More > January 2014 until now. My blog is mainly about feminism, antifeminism, atheism, and anti-religious views, as well as many other viewpoints. So please read with an open mind. If you get offended by logic, please don't bother. Enjoy< Less
The Truth Shall Make You Free By Gordon C. Olson
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The Truth Shall Make You Free by Gordon C. Olson is an absolute essential for any Christian library. It has been said that Gordon C. Olson was the greatest theologian of the 20th Century, and... More > “The Truth Shall Make You Free” was his masterpiece. This is a monumental work of theological literature. To reprint this very important volume is one of the reasons that we even started reprinting books at all. We would like to see this book in the hands of every believer. It is our opinion that “The Truth Shall Make You Free” is one of the greatest theological works of Christian history. Reprinted by www.OpenAirOutreach.com< Less
Divine Nescience & Foreknowledge: Two Books In One By L. D. McCabe
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Divine Nescience & Foreknowledge contains two classic works in one volume. They are “Divine Nescience of Future Contingencies A Necessity” and “The Foreknowledge of God, and... More > Cognate Themes in Theology and Philosophy” by L. D. McCabe. Because these books were out of print, these books have been very hard to find and very expensive to purchase, until now. These two profound books were written in the 1800′s and brilliantly expound upon the open view of God. They are two of the most important theological writings of the 19th Century and arguably two of the best writings on the topic of open theism. This book is a must read for any Christian who wants to understand the scriptural and logical arguments for the open view of the future.< Less
Enbrightened Commentary (God is Real) By Jared J. Kimble
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‘God is Real’ is the second volume of an ongoing, without any particular end in sight, spiritual commentary that appears through the context of Enbrightenment. In this volume one will... More > find two commentaries that sets this volume apart from 'Open Heart', besides finding the usual (spiritually) ecstatic approach to writing about Enbrightenment. In the beginning, one will discover a consideration of integral spirituality and how it relates to Enbrightenment. After integral spirituality is explored the book moves into numerous commentaries that reflect the same style of writing in the first volume. Lastly, the book finishes with Enbrightened philosophical considerations that look at the ideas of atheism and theism and their limitations in relationship to how one can understand Enbrightenment in a philosophical context.< Less
Theology of God By Dave Armstrong
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The doctrine of God remains as important as ever. The Apostle Paul rebuked the Corinthians in the first century for accepting "another Jesus" and "a different gospel" (2 Cor... More > 11:4). Denial of the deity of Christ and the Holy Trinity were no doubt among the falsehoods condemned by Paul as “doctrines of demons” (1 Tim 4:1). Christians need to know the biblical basis for these beliefs, in view of the many historic heresies and recent fashionable nonsense such as open theism and process theology. My emphasis is on a listing of many scores of relevant Bible passages (systematic theology). Additionally, I attempt to explain "theology proper" in laymen’s terms, so that, with the aid of this book, soaked with Scripture, anyone will be able to defend the biblical (and Nicene, Chalcedonian) truths of the Holy Trinity, Jesus as the incarnate God, and the divinity of the Holy Spirit. The coherence and truthfulness of orthodox, biblical theology of God is evident, the more these passages are understood.< Less
Theology of God By Dave Armstrong
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The doctrine of God remains as important as ever. The Apostle Paul rebuked the Corinthians in the first century for accepting "another Jesus" and "a different gospel" (2 Cor... More > 11:4). Denial of the deity of Christ and the Holy Trinity were no doubt among the falsehoods condemned by Paul as “doctrines of demons” (1 Tim 4:1). Christians need to know the biblical basis for these beliefs, in view of the many historic heresies and recent fashionable nonsense such as open theism and process theology. My emphasis is on a listing of many scores of relevant Bible passages (systematic theology). Additionally, I attempt to explain "theology proper" in laymen’s terms, so that, with the aid of this book, soaked with Scripture, anyone will be able to defend the biblical (and Nicene, Chalcedonian) truths of the Holy Trinity, Jesus as the incarnate God, and the divinity of the Holy Spirit. The coherence and truthfulness of orthodox, biblical theology of God is evident, the more these passages are understood.< Less
Theology of God By Dave Armstrong
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The doctrine of God remains as important as ever. The Apostle Paul rebuked the Corinthians in the first century for accepting "another Jesus" and "a different gospel" (2 Cor... More > 11:4). Denial of the deity of Christ and the Holy Trinity were no doubt among the falsehoods condemned by Paul as “doctrines of demons” (1 Tim 4:1). Christians need to know the biblical basis for these beliefs, in view of the many historic heresies and recent fashionable nonsense such as open theism and process theology. My emphasis is on a listing of many scores of relevant Bible passages (systematic theology). Additionally, I attempt to explain "theology proper" in laymen’s terms, so that, with the aid of this book, soaked with Scripture, anyone will be able to defend the biblical (and Nicene, Chalcedonian) truths of the Holy Trinity, Jesus as the incarnate God, and the divinity of the Holy Spirit. The coherence and truthfulness of orthodox, biblical theology of God is evident, the more these passages are understood.< Less