Most works of Christian apologetics begin from outside Christianity, arguing that the Bible is believable because it is consistent with knowledge independently gathered by scientists, historians, and archaeologists. Choose You This Day begins, instead, from inside Christianity. It examines how the Bible aligns with itself, and the internal logic of its assertions. Alone among the world's major religions, Christianity places sin, death, redemption and righteousness within a rational framework. Christianity alone offers a fully constructed explanation for the problem of evil, and a mechanism for both absolute justice and conditional grace. Only Christianity holds out a promise of life based on demonstrated power over life and death. Choose You This Day asks, "Is there any reason to choose Christianity over all other faiths?" In fact, there are many. Every other world religion is man reaching up to God; Christianity alone is God reaching out to man: the only God who loves the world so much that He sent His own Son to die for us. The Christian God is the only God who offers us grace in our weakness, forgiveness in our sin, love even when we hate and reject Him, and life when we deserve death. Christianity is like no other faith. This book will show you how.
One Book at a Time Many people are intimidated by the sheer size of the bible. I wanted to create a set of each individual books of the bible. That way people can read it easier book by book. I hope that you enjoy reading it as I did. John Shepperd
A 258-page bible-based, comprehensive, easy-to-use workbook for participants of dance and movement ministry. It is to be used in conjunction with The Dance Ministry Manual Leader's Guide. The workbook is filled with activities to foster creativity, encourage collaborative thinking and group activities, centered around ministry-based performing arts.
James Hudson Taylor was a British Protestant Christian missionary to China and founder of the China Inland Mission. Taylor spent 51 years in China.
Content analysis is one of the most important but complex research methodologies in the social sciences. In The Content Analysis Guidebook" "author Kimberly Neuendorf provides an accessible core text for upper-level undergraduates and graduate students across the social sciences. Comprising step-by-step instructions and practical advice, this text unravels the complicated aspects of content analysis. "
The Content Analysis Guidebook" provides readers: Numerous examples from across the social sciences Sidebars that describe innovative and wide-ranging content analysis projects, from both academia and commercial research Pedagogical tools in an easy to understand format
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