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  • En quête d'identité

    Les grandes étapes de l'histoire des croyances adventistes

    by George Knight ...
    L'Église adventiste a été fondée par des gens à l'esprit indépendant qui auraient désavoué plusieurs des 28 croyances fondamentales actuelles de l'Église. Mais au fil des années, la force a surgi de la discorde, et le consensus est né du débat.De William Miller à Desmond Ford, George Knight dresse l'inventaire des personnalités hautes en couleur qui ont nourri la discussion, et montre comment Dieu ... Read more


  • Did Adam Have a Bellybutton?

    And Other Tough Questions About the Bible

    by Ken Ham ...
    These concise, relevant topics answer questions on the minds of Christians and seekers everywhere. Ham has discovered that multitudes of people want to know the answers to key questions like, “Where did Cain get his wife?" and “How could Noah fit all of those animals on the ark?” The Bible does have answers to tough questions such as these, so there’s no reason Christians can’t defend their faith ... Read more


  • Celebrating the Law?

    Rethinking Old Testament Ethics

    Christians often see the Old Testament law as out of date and irrelevant now Christ has come. Lalleman rejects this view and makes the case for the ongoing importance of the Law in the Christian life - something to celebrate. Most helpfully Lalleman sets out a model for interpreting Old Testament laws in the context of the whole of the Bible. She interacts with scholarly literature on the subject ... Read more


  • The Rebel Christ

    by Michael Coren ...
    **“Integrity, wit and passion. A fine advocate for the best of Christian thought and a faith that encompasses the human as well as the divine.” —Stephen FryChristianity is in crisis, and its founder is often misunderstood and misinterpreted. This book presents the real Jesus: a rebel, a radical, and a revolutionary.**What did Jesus — the original Jesus — say about the pressing issues of his and ... Read more


  • Reasons We Believe (Foreword by John MacArthur): 50 Lines of Evidence That Confirm the Christian Faith

    50 Lines of Evidence That Confirm the Christian Faith

    Reasons We Believe will reinforce your personal faith and will provide you with a clear, concise, evangelistic tool to help you share that faith with others.In an age of cynics and skeptics, Christianity is constantly under attack. Believers need resources that defend the veracity of their faith. They are searching for clear, concise, and credible answers to both doubts of their own and objections ... Read more


  • A Place to Stand

    A Practical Guide to Christianity in Changing Times

    A Place to Stand is addressed to those who recognize the need for a strong stand from which to operate in the confusion of contemporary thought. Ours has become an age, says Trueblood, in which people simply do not know what to think. Trueblood is convinced that there is an objective truth about everything.Here, Trueblood explains what Christians believe and why, exploring through each chapter ... Read more


  • Many Infallible Proofs

    Evidences for the Christian Faith

    by Henry Morris ...
    series The Henry Morris Signature Collection
    Evidence for the inspiration of the Bible, the deity of Christ, testimony of fulfilled prophecy, and the argument for the existence of the God of the BibleThe uniqueness of Christianity, authenticity of God’s Word, and character of GodMany people in Christian circles today no longer believe that the Bible is reliable in its traditional literal and historical sense. They have come to feel that ... Read more


  • Christianity

    A Beginner's Guide

    by Keith Ward ...
    series Beginner's Guides
    The only introduction to Christianity which systematically compares its many different faces.From original sin to eternal life, the function of prayer to the role of the church, renowned theologian Keith Ward offers a comprehensive survey of the diversity of Christian thinking in this introduction to the world’s largest faith. By presenting three different interpretations for over fifteen key ... Read more


  • Defending Shame

    Its Formative Power in Paul's Letters

    by Te-Li Lau ...
    Our culture often views shame in a negative light. However, Paul's use of shame, when properly understood and applied, has much to teach the contemporary church. Filling a lacuna in Pauline scholarship, this book shows how Paul uses shame to admonish and to transform the minds of his readers into the mind of Christ. The author examines Paul's use of shame for moral formation within his Jewish and ... Read more


  • I Sold My Soul on eBay

    Viewing Faith through an Atheist's Eyes

    by Hemant Mehta ...
    Unique insights from an atheist’s Sunday-morning odysseyWhen Hemant Mehta was a teenager he stopped believing in God, but he never lost his interest in religion. Mehta is “the eBay atheist,” the nonbeliever who auctioned off the opportunity for the winning bidder to send him to church. The auction winner was Jim Henderson, a former pastor and author of Evangelism Without Additives. Since then, ... Read more


  • Understanding the Book of Mormon

    A Quick Christian Guide to the Mormon Holy Book

    by Ross Anderson ...
    Mormons, or members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, form a growing population in both numbers and influence. Yet few people have more than a passing knowledge of the document that defines and drives this important movement—the Book of Mormon. A former Mormon and an adult convert to Christianity, author Ross Anderson provides a clear summary of the Book of Mormon including its ... Read more


  • What is the Trinity?

    by R.C. Sproul ...
    In this Crucial Questions booklet, Dr. R.C. Sproul carefully explains the doctrine of the Trinity, stressing that Christians worship one God who manifests Himself in three distinct persons. He shows what the Bible teaches and outlines the chief errors on this doctrine that have afflicted the church. Above all, he affirms that while this truth is difficult to understand, it is not contradictory. ... Read more


  • Trumpocalypse

    The End-Times President, a Battle Against the Globalist Elite, and the Countdown to Armageddon

    From the authors of the international bestseller The Babylon Code comes an explosive exposé of the chilling truth about the fierce opposition to the Trump presidency, and why the globalist elite and Deep State will stop at nothing-assassination, military coup, staged economic collapse, or worse-to overthrow him."Trumpocalypse!" It's the media-coined meme inciting panic and fear that America has ... Read more


  • The Book of the People

    How to Read the Bible

    by A. N. Wilson ...
    In The Book of the People A. N. Wilson explores how readers and thinkers have approached the Bible, and how it might be read today. Charting his own relationship with the Bible over a lifetime of writing, Wilson argues that it remains relevant even in a largely secular society, as a philosophical work, a work of literature and a cultural touchstone that the western world has answered to for nearly ... Read more


  • My Theology: The Corner of Fourth and Nondual

    My TheologyThe world’s leading Christian thinkers explain some of the principal tenets of their theological beliefs.In The Corner of Fourth and Nondual, a title inspired by Thomas Merton’s moment of revelation ‘at the Corner of Fourth and Walnut’, Cynthia Bourgeault describes the foundations of her theology: a cosmological seeing with the eye of the heart, and classic Benedictine daily rule ... Read more


  • Love Makes No Sense

    An Invitation to Christian Theology

    Love Makes No Sense is an introduction to a faith that refuses the abstract, and sees no distinction between theology and practice. The aim of this book is not to satisfy the intellect, but to train its readers through approachable theological teaching to live the love that Christian theology proclaims. Suitable for people looking to explore Christian theology more deeply, be they life-long ... Read more


  • Judas

    The troubling history of the renegade apostle

    In this fascinating historical and cultural biography, writer and broadcaster Peter Stanford deconstructs that most vilified of Bible characters: Judas Iscariot, who famously betrayed Jesus with a kiss. Beginning with the gospel accounts, Peter explores two thousand years of cultural and theological history to investigate how the very name Judas came to be synonymous with betrayal and, ultimately, ... Read more


  • Why Jesus Died

    A meditation on Isaiah 53

    Isaiah 53 is one of the clearest messianic messages of the Old Testament, and is often quoted in the New Testament as a prophecy of what would happen to Jesus. Going carefully through the chapter verse by verse, Dr Kendall tackles such crucial subjects as: * What makes faith, faith? * How does one recognise God at work? * Who really crucified Jesus? * Is there healing in the atonement? * Why did ... Read more


  • Pope Francis

    From the End of the Earth to Rome

    On March 13, the cardinals of the Catholic Church, gathered to elect a successor to a living Pope for the first time in 600 years, announced a dramatic shift. By elevating Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina to become Pope Francis the 266th Pontiff, the cardinals were naming the first-ever Pope from the growing New World to take the helm of the church at a crucial moment.It was a stunning ... Read more


  • How Jesus Became God

    The Exaltation of a Jewish Preacher from Galilee

    New York Times bestselling author and Bible expert Bart Ehrman reveals how Jesus’s divinity became dogma in the first few centuries of the early church.The claim at the heart of the Christian faith is that Jesus of Nazareth was, and is, God. But this is not what the original disciples believed during Jesus’s lifetime—and it is not what Jesus claimed about himself. How Jesus Became God tells the ... Read more


  • Did God Really Command Genocide?

    Coming to Terms with the Justice of God

    A common objection to belief in the God of the Bible is that a good, kind, and loving deity would never command the wholesale slaughter of nations. Even Christians have a hard time stomaching such a thought, and many avoid reading those difficult Old Testament passages that make us squeamish. Instead, we quickly jump to the enemy-loving, forgiving Jesus of the New Testament. And yet, the question ... Read more


  • Thieves of Innocence

    This provocative expose documents the occult/New Age influence that has invaded the public school system and what parents and educators can do about it. Chronicles the people and philosophies that have set the course for current educational trends. This book shows how our children are being turned away from traditional values. They are taught to make decisions with the help of inappropriate or ... Read more


  • Christian Ethics: A Very Short Introduction

    series Very Short Introductions
    This Very Short Introduction to Christian ethics introduces the topic by examining its sources and historical basis. D. Stephen Long presents a discussion of the relationship between Christian ethics, modern, and postmodern ethics, and explores practical issues including sex, money, and power. Long recognises the inherent difficulties in bringing together 'Christian' and 'ethics' but argues that ... Read more