Listed below are six books. Some of them are newly published others have been around a while. They all pose questions that you may or may not have answers to. The thing they all have in common is that they provide a basis for conversations with friends and family members.
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Michael Blue tells readers that not all these problems are imagined, and that trust and integrity issues can be fixed, but not without awareness and commitment to change.
Readers will come to understand the responsibility of servant leaders to model personal and professional integrity at every level, thereby, restoring trustworthiness to the church and the cause of Christ.
Destined to Fail? was written for those who fear failure; feel marginalized by religion, culture, or tradition; question their existence. It's a must read.
In this book, the author gives a voice to the voiceless, and offers a different view to the millennials in particular on how to better overcome doubts and the feeling of rejection and unworthiness
This book is John MacArthur's unflinching, unapologetic treatise on the modern tendency to alter the true message of Christianity in order to meet the whims and desires of a culture hoping for non confrontational messages, easy answers, and superficial commitments.
The hard truth about Christianity is that the cost is high, but the rewards are priceless: abundant and eternal life that comes only from faithfully following Christ.
Can we know if Jesus actually lived? Have Jesus's followers been a force for good or evil in history? A respected journalist set out to find the answers--not from opinion but from artifacts. The evidence led him to an unexpected conclusion: Jesus really existed and launched the greatest movement for social good in human history.
A first-of-its-kind book for a new generation, Jesus Skeptic takes nothing for granted as it explores whether Jesus actually lived and how his story has changed our world.
In our post-Christian age, the old answers for skeptics are no longer cutting it. Why? Because they largely seek to answer the wrong questions. Our world is changing, and while the gospel never changes, the way we talk about it and learn about it must.
Christianity for People Who Aren't Christians answers both classic and bleeding-edge questions that skeptics have about the faith.
Most Christians hear and sing descriptions for God such as “holy,” “righteous,” and “omnipotent,” but the reality is these words hold little meaning. For most, it is difficult to grasp how God’s attributes are more than an abstract concept.
The Almighty: God’s Holy Attributes & Their Meaning For Your Life helps the reader connect seemingly esoteric concepts of God with principles for Christian living in a manner that is refreshingly practical.