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Relate By Jacob Padrick
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There are many obstacles that befall us on the road of faith. Apathy, complacency and loneliness are examples of these attacks. This book of poetry chronicles the enduring of such hardships that in... More > actuality help to strengthen our faith. Along the way, a true Christian tries to relate to others so that the Love of Jesus is made clear. In this easy-to-read poetry book, a lesson is played out...that in hard times we are easily blinded with selfishness...causing us to relate to others in the wrong ways.< Less
Relate By Jacob Padrick
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There are many obstacles that befall us on the road of faith. Apathy, complacency and loneliness are examples of these attacks. This book of poetry chronicles the enduring of such hardships that in... More > actuality help to strengthen our faith. Along the way, a true Christian tries to relate to others so that the Love of Jesus is made clear. In this easy-to-read poetry book, a lesson is played out...that in hard times we are easily blinded with selfishness...causing us to relate to others in the wrong ways.< Less
Studies in Christian–Muslim Relations VOLUME 4 By Jan H. Boer
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In this volume Christians and secularists are invited to seriously consider Muslim arguments against secularism. Though focused on the Nigerian situation, these arguments reach far beyond this one... More > country to encompass the entire world, wherever Western secular culture is seeking to impose itself. Though argued in a (post)colonial context, these arguments have direct implications for current relations between the Muslim world and the secular West. It is almost inconceivable that anyone who has carefully though through this Muslim perspective would consider secularism as the solution to the “Muslim problem” in the world. As a Christian, I invite you to ask yourself: Which is the greater problem for Christians—Islam or secularism.< Less
Balance Christianity :: A Better Way of Relating with God By Raphael S. Dauda
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The just religious, and superficial manifestation in the church today is so alarming. The church of this generation has been kept from the major reason for God's salvation to mankind-relationship and... More > fellowship. The book “Balance Christianity - a better way of relating with God” aims at calling and enlightening the church about her need for personal relationship with God which is one of the fundamental reasons for God's salvation to mankind.< Less
Studies in Christian–Muslim Relations VOLUME 7 By Jan H. Boer
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In this 8-volume series, volumes 6 and 7 deal with Muslim law or sharia. Vol. 6 explains the Nigerian Muslim demand for having sharia incorporated into the nation’s Constitution, while this... More > vol. 7 presents the Nigerian Christian negative reaction. Muslim pro-arguments in vol. 6 are mainly based on principles without excluding history and experience, while in vol. 7, Christians base most of their arguments on history and experience, but are short on principle. The only sharia they know and have experienced is the corrupt version that is imposed on them against their will. This book explains their rejection lucidly and in much detail. For a full and balanced understanding of vol. 7, you need also to read the Muslim voice in vol. 6.< Less
Studies in Christian–Muslim Relations VOLUME 5 By Jan H. Boer
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A basic challenge in the world as a whole as well as in Nigeria specifically is that of religion vs secularism. While Vol. 4 describes the Nigerian Muslim rejection of secularism, this volume covers... More > Christian ambivalence. Here we have two approaches: the ambivalent perspective of Nigerian Christians and the more wholistic view of current Neo-Calvinism. Both approaches were hammered out in the course of politico-religious struggles for freedom and survival. While the latter struggles against secular liberalism, the former seeks refuge in a half-hearted embrace of secular dualism. The latter is offered as a potential enrichment of the former.< Less
Studies in Christian–Muslim Relations VOLUME 6 By Jan H. Boer
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This volume explains why Nigerian Muslims want to revive Muslim Law or Sharia and have it replace colonially-imposed British Common Law. This desire is in line with their rejection of secularism. ... More > They are angry at how colonialism has consciously undermined their religion and torpedoed their Sharia legal system and replaced it with what they consider a cheap and unrealistic secularism. They were saddled with a Western legal system that does not speak to them and does not fit their culture. Secularism is seen as the cause for the disintegration of Western culture. So, why force it on others?< Less
Studies in Christian-Muslim Relations: Why the Violence VOLUME 2 By Jan H. Boer
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This Volume 2 in the series extensively covers Muslim opinions and evaluations of Nigeria’s religious riots. An abundance of quotations allows Muslims to speak for themselves. This will be... More > counterbalanced by the Nigerian Christian interpretation in Volume 3. Subsequent riots can be studied from the author’s Companion CD-Rom. See author’s www.SocialTheology.com/Islamica< Less
We Will Never Forget You A Christian Way Of Relating To The Deceased By Richard W. Lamb
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In this book you will learn ways you can relate to deceased loved ones in a healing way. Losing someone by death does not mean you must forget them, or if they didn’t know Jesus, despair of... More > their salvation. You can help them on their way through prayer, as well as trough offering and receiving forgiveness. The subject of the “unquiet dead” is discussed, and how they can be set free. Many interesting, true stories are included, all of them touching on the awesome responsibility ordinary Christians can undertake in participating with Jesus in his healing work, this side of eternity and beyond. You will come to agree with St. Paul as he says, “O grave, where is your victory, O death, where is your sting?”< Less
Documents Relating to the History of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Mission to the Assyrian Christians By
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This volume contains various publications relating to the establishment and functioning of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Mission to the Assyrian Christians. Anglican interest in the Assyrians... More > and their Church of the East goes back to the 1840’s. However, a mission was not established until 1886. 15 short publications ranging from 1877 to 1908 are included. See the preview for a complete list.< Less

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