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Book: The Alphabets of Christian Theology - Know the ABC's of what you believe by Rev. George Pryor, TH.M.
The book explains at least one word of Theology for each letter of the alphabet that I feel is important for all Christians to understand their meaning. It also addresses heretical teachings and points out signs of Apostasy. The end makes known the bible's Stern warning about practices that a Christians should NOT be involved in Book was reviewed by The Online Book Club and received 4stars in [...]
 
Book: Intelligent Universe by Ilyan Kei Lavanway
Ancient records suggest that universes, galaxies, stars, and planets are alive and sentient and capable of communicating with their Creator, as are the peoples who inhabit them. What does our universe look like? What does it have in common with human physiology? How are we connected to it? What natural infrastructures are designed into it? What did the inhabitants of Babel intend to accomplish [...]
 
Book: Christian Doctrine - A Basic Introduction by Doug Erlandson
What Christians Believe Essential Elements of Christian Doctrine In Christian Doctrine: A Basic Introduction, Dr. Doug Erlandson presents a clearly-written and jargon-free guide to the central doctrines of the Christian faith. Beginning with a section on the source of Christian doctrine, Erlandson argues that the revelation of Scripture must be the primary source of our understanding of the [...]
 
Book: Beyond The Rapture - An exploration of the three eras prophesied to follow the Rapture by Jesus Christ, King of Kings and Lord of Lords by Denny Bolen
So many have heard of the Rapture, but few know what happens next. Too many have focused on what happens to those left behind and "lost sight" of those who will be taken. For believers, this enticing and completely unique event is just the beginning. With the Rapture imminent, it is expedient and wise to understand the full scope of what God has planned for us who believe. Please see 10 more [...]
 
Book: 13 Ways of Looking at a Blackbird by James Jordan
What would you do if you knew the plane you are in is going to crash? And you knew in advance how it will happen? Upon take-off, travel writer Paul Thurber suddenly finds himself receiving revelations about the destiny of his Miami-Rio flight, facts about the other people on the plane, as well as warnings from a mysterious Being who speaks sporadically through the other passengers. Paul finds [...]
 
Book: What Religions Don't Want You to Know - An Expose' of Belief Systems by R. K. Sidler
What Religions Don't Want You to Know is not an attempt to drive anyone away from his or her belief in God. However, this book is an indictment against religion itself; that is, breaking the false premise that religion is a necessary medium required to have a relationship with God. The book examines the historical record and behavior of certain well known religions who have perpetrated atrocities [...]
 
Book: Believers?! by HH Roberts
HAVE YOU EVER WONDERED... About the seven biggest deceptions in Christiandom? About the motives behind your thoughts, actions? About all Jesus taught and prophesied? About the tongue-talkers? If heaven or hell is our choice?! If we are all children of God? If there are many ways to heaven? If homosexuality is okay with God? If Believers will never die? If the Church is relevant today? If Jesus [...]
 
Book: Doctrine of the Cross by JW Farquhar
For 6000 years only half of the Bible has been available to humans. Science has proven that humans learn by both seeing and hearing. Although the text of the Bible can be heard when read, unfortunately there are no pictures in the Bible to help explain the text ... until now. What the Bible really says is spoken though the image of the cross so that a human can both SEE and hear the Word of God. [...]
 
Book: I Am That I Am by Heather Pioro
Who is God? Who am I? Why am I here? What is the meaning of it all? Fortunately, most of us are too busy living to be confronted by the truth of a possible answer. However, one simple story, I Am That I Am, proposes to provide an answer for everyone- and to do it without the prescribed morality of a specific religion. Margaret works in the necrology department of the United States Census Bureau. [...]
 
Book: Saul of Sodom - The Last Prophet by Bō Jinn
The dystopian image of a world order built on perpetual war is Bo Jinn's backdrop to the story of Saul Vartanian; a veteran of the warzones, scarred both physically and emotionally by battles fought, and by the perverse order of the UMC to which his life and soul have been committed, and from which there is no escape. Saul's struggle takes a dramatic turn, however, when he comes upon a figure of [...]
 
Book: Salomé - In Every Inch In Every Mile by Criss Jami
Salome: In Every Inch In Every Mile (2011) was Criss Jami's first publication. Through a tough dismissal after 5 years in college and social isolation after the end of a long-term relationship, Jami suffered a loss of direction to the point where his only option was to turn to a passion he had been suppressing most of his life, writing. As he stated after the release of the book, "The pressure of [...]
 
Book: Academia - Through the Eyes of a Preacher by William James Carter I
Academia: Through the Eyes of a Preacher contains a number of research papers completed by Elder William James Carter. The works are presented in their raw, unedited form as submitted to Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary so that readers may learn from the writing errors. These essays presented with minor mistakes included should serve not only to aid in the improvement of student writing but [...]
 
Book: Kleptomaniac - Who's Really Robbing God Anyway? by Dr. Frank Chase Jr
KLEPTOMANIAC, Who's Really Robbing God Anyway is a trek through the pages of the Bible to find the untwisted truth about the centuries-old teachings on tithes and offerings. Every page of this book has information that will make you become an analyst in getting to the bottom line of what tithing is in the Old and New Testament. It takes you on a journey to first define the word tithe and then [...]
 
Book: Immortal Memories - Volume I by Michael Hibbard
Immortal Memories is short story collections set in an alternate view of our reality called The Waking Dream. The Waking Dream is our world which is inhabited by Dreamers Sleepers, Immortals and other forces that live in a mysterious realm called the Spaces Between. Our reality is created through a force known as the Weird which seeps into our world from the Spaces Between, allowing the creation [...]
 
Book: The Cat That Became a Footballer (Astralia Wisdom Works) by Piero A. La Franca
By using modern football as a source, "The Cat That Became a Footballer" looks at humanity through the impartial and independent mind of a cat. This book is a constructive social satire filled with witty remarks and pearls of wisdom, humorous anecdotes, philosophical thoughts, solid mysticism and sometimes even bits of poetry. It also suggests how football, a sport that from its humble origins [...]
 
Book: Reflections Across the Universe (The Grey Chronicles) by Payton Byrd
"In the late 20th Century AD, it was speculated that the advent of the computer marked the end of human ingenuity and that man had invented everything that there was to invent. They were wrong." Read the gripping story of Dr. Jonathan Hawkins as he travels the universe to meet the face of God and learn the mysteries of the heavens. Reflections Across the Universe is the first book of The Grey [...]
 
Book: Faith Reborn - A Personal Apologetics by Doug Erlandson
What If God Is Real? A Compelling Memoir by a Formerly Skeptical Scholar In Faith Reborn: A Personal Apologetics, Dr. Doug Erlandson tells why he became a "scientistic materialist" while an undergraduate at Wheaton College, one of the foremost evangelical colleges in the United States. He describes how, after twelve years of wandering through atheism and pantheism, he again became a Christian [...]
 
Book: Illogical Atheism - A Comprehensive Response to the Contemporary Freethinker from a Lapsed Agnostic by Bō Jinn
Typically, it is the "religious" that are expected to render apologies for their beliefs. However, since the inauguration of the 'New Atheist Movement' more than ten years ago, modern atheism has transitioned from the mere rejection of mainstream religion to the proliferation of a (not entirely new) breed of fundamentalism. The 'Illogical Atheism' series comprises a comprehensive four-part [...]
 
Book: Awakening to who we are - The divine art of being by Mark Gerard Craig
What is reality? Who are we? What is the ultimate meaning and purpose of anything? This book deconstructs reality, as it is generally understood to be. It reveals a depth of meaning to existence transcending the limited paradigms of religion and science. It articulates, for the reader, a synthesis of knowledge drawn from numerous fields of inquiry, presenting a powerful vision of human identity, [...]
 
Book: Does Evil Exist? - Unveiling the Mystery by Mark Gerard Craig
Evil is a term that has generated a great deal of discussion and argument over the centuries. It is a curious term as what it points to is very difficult to capture in words and pin down. Consequently, this book asks the question: Does evil exist? Is it an actual thing identifiable in the world or is it an idea attached to a mystery beyond words to fathom? This book goes an impressive distance in [...]
 
Book: THE CHURCH by Maxwell Kobina Acquah
To many people, "Church" includes hundreds of different denominations or religions that disagree with one another in name, organization, doctrine, worship, and plan of salvation. Such a situation clearly constitutes division, not unity. Yet all the denominations claim to be the Church of Jesus Christ. In this book I have explained what the Bible says about the meaning of the word CHURCH, [...]
 
Book: Silent Mystery - Inspirational selections from “Confessions of a Mystic” and “The Five Jewels” by Mark Gerard Craig
This book is somewhat of a taster for two earlier books of mine. Priced very reasonably, it allows the reader to sample the insights and ideas threaded throughout "Confessions of a Mystic" and "The Five Jewels." Divided into two parts, key sections tackle profound human questions in bite-sized easy to read chunks that may constitute a reflection on where you are in your personal journey. Within [...]
 
Book: The Problem of Evil - A Biblical Perspective by Doug Erlandson
Why Does God Permit Evil? A Fresh Approach to an Age-Old Problem In The Problem of Evil: A Biblical Perspective, Dr. Doug Erlandson takes a fresh approach to a question that has baffled philosophers and theologians for centuries: "If God is all-powerful, all-knowing, and all-good, why does he permit evil?" The attempt to provide an adequate answer to this question is known as "Theodicy." Drawing [...]
 
Book: Principles from the Book of Micah for Our Time by Collin Carbno
Micah is concerned about what is wrong in his society, the crisis it is facing. This book looks at the situation in Israel at the time of Micah. Micah provides God's message to the people of his time. Over sixty direct principles that we can apply today are pulled directly from the text of Micah. A comparison with economic crisis of today is also done. In the process of pulling out principles the [...]
 
Book: Send a White Rose by Mary C. Findley
Shattered by an assassin's attack, Bart Durant's got no stomach to face a mail order mistake. New Mexico federal judge Bart Durant can solve everyone's problems but his own. Left to die and forced to depend on others for the smallest things, he prepares to step down and step away from a woman who crossed the country just to meet him. He never considers that she'll wait as long as it takes to [...]
 
Book: Spiritual Anorexia - How Contemporary Worship Is Starving the Church by Doug Erlandson
A Must-Read Book on Worship It's Not Just About the Music In Spiritual Anorexia: How Contemporary Worship is Starving the Church, Dr. Doug Erlandson presents a balanced but devastating critique of the contemporary-style worship model and shows how this type of worship deprives Christians of the feast of true corporate worship. Drawing from personal experience and extensive research into the [...]
 
Book: Who's Your Father? - Returning to the Love of the Biblical God by Robert Bernecker
How Big Is Your God? "A bright examination of modern Christianity" - Kirkus Reviews Kirkus adds that Bernecker's points are "well-researched and well-articulated," giving the reader "a thought-provoking look at the modern definition of God." Amazon reviewer carpenterdaughter writes, "Bernecker faces some tough questions and doesn't attempt to defend God. He declares and reveals God. He points [...]
 
Book: Genesis I Window by JW Farquhar
The Book, "The Genesis I Window", introduces a divine (heretofore secret) foundational window view into the Bible, which unearths many ancient mysteries, including the creation of man, the evolution of man from a beast, and the mathematical link between faith and science. Through this amazing window, the hidden mathematics of the entire Bible is revealed. The premise of, "There is no God", [...]
 
Book: Thought Log 2015.08.17.1900 by Ilyan Kei Lavanway
Thought Log 2015.08.17.1900 is a compilation of more than a decade of pondering and ongoing personal study of deep subject matter relating to the cosmos and man's relationship to God. The date and time displayed in the title refer to the commencement of the author's efforts to make a written record of a string of related thoughts, visions, and dreams. This book explores some aspects of the [...]
 
Book: Debunking Misconceptions About Catholicism by JM Alvarez
In seeking knowledge, we use our minds, but in seeking the true meaning of our lives, we must use our hearts. There are many books that defend the Catholic faith but most are ineffective in conveying God's very simple message to the ordinary Catholic layman. Most members of the Catholic laity find catechisms complicated and hard to understand. Other Christian denominations are very aggressive in [...]
 
Book: What the Bible Says About Salvation and the Sovereignty of God by Doug Erlandson
Salvation. Who Decides? A Clear Presentation of God's Sovereignty and Man's Responsibility How can we be confident of the promise in Romans 8:39 that "nothing in all creation will be able to separate us from the love of Christ our Lord"? Dr. Doug Erlandson answers this question in What the Bible Says About Salvation and the Sovereignty of God. Written in a lively, easy-to-understand way, the book [...]
 
Book: Onions of Eternity by Ilyan Kei Lavanway
This book expounds a few concepts addressed in my books, Thought Log 2015.08.17.1900, Circumscription Hypothesis, and Intelligent Universe. This book invites readers to explore a simple visual model of how ongoing creations of universes may be organized by our Heavenly Father, and by his heavenly father, and by his heavenly grandfather, and so on. It suggests parental ties weave an infinite [...]
 
Book: Philosophy of Religion Basics - A Jargon-Free Guide for Beginners by Doug Erlandson
Philosophy of Religion Made Simple Clear Thinking About Complex Issues In Philosophy of Religion Basics: A Jargon-Free Guide for Beginners, Dr. Doug Erlandson provides an easy-to-understand introduction to the philosophy of religion. Its simple and non-technical style covers the major topics of philosophy of religion in a way that even a person with no familiarity with philosophy will understand. [...]
 
Book: Did Jesus Exist? - Rediscovering the Historical Jesus by Mark Gerard Craig
There are many books about Jesus currently, some of them asking the bold question: Did Jesus even exist? Authors like Timothy Freke and Peter Gandy, Acharya S and Kenneth Humphreys are quick to make claims that Jesus is a fiction but only present a limited amount of evidence to substantiate this claim. "Did Jesus Exist?" identifies and evaluates the available evidence and makes a strong case for [...]
 
Book: Be Happy! Be Very Happy! by Greg Oliver
This is a book for truth seekers. And it is - for the most part - aimed at people who possess a broad-spectrum academic knowledge. In essence, it is an intellectually engaging textbook, which offers a novel approach to Scientific Naturalism. And so, it is not intended for people with limiting religious views or for those who are harbouring various modern-day dogmatic beliefs. It is a [...]
 


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