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Living On The Edge By Jonathan Burke
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This book addresses common doubts and concerns Christians have concerning God and the Bible, including: claims from the 'New Atheism'; disputes over Bible archaeology; questions about the historical... More > accuracy of the Bible; questions about the original texts of the Old and New Testament; questions about what the Bible really teaches concerning topics such as baptism, heaven and hell, satan and demons; questions about the value and relevance of the Bible's moral and ethical teachings.< Less
Living On The Edge By Jonathan Burke
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This book addresses common doubts and concerns Christians have concerning God and the Bible, including: claims from the 'New Atheism'; disputes over Bible archaeology; questions about the historical... More > accuracy of the Bible; questions about the original texts of the Old and New Testament; questions about what the Bible really teaches concerning topics such as baptism, heaven and hell, satan and demons; questions about the value and relevance of the Bible's moral and ethical teachings.< Less
Rightly Dividing the Word By Jonathan Burke
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This book examines egalitarian arguments concerning the role of women in the church. A number of issues and arguments related to this subject, are also examined.
Crucified With Christ By Jonathan Burke
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For centuries the dominant interpretations of the atonement have been widely astray from Bible teaching, but in the twentieth century a shift too place within mainstream Christianity, and the... More > Biblical understanding has since received increasing support from modern scholarship.< Less
Rightly Dividing the Word By Jonathan Burke
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This book examines egalitarian arguments concerning the role of women in the church. A number of issues and arguments related to this subject, are also examined.
Sleeping In the Dust By Jonathan Burke
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Mortalism is the belief that human beings are in no way naturally immortal, and that at death they are unconscious rather than continuing to exist consciously as an 'immortal soul'. Historically,... More > belief in conditional immortality (either as ‘soul sleep’ or ‘soul death’), has been a significant minority view in Christianity. This work traces the history of Christian mortalism, and notes that the doctrines of the immortal soul and hell are continuing to lose support among modern academics and professional theologians. The majority of standard scholarly sources today describe the state of the dead in terms identical or very close to the mortalist understanding.< Less