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Is the Truth Out There?: A Journey Through Critical Thinking That Spans Man's History, Origin and Place in the Universe
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Is the Truth Out There?: A Journey Through Critical Thinking That Spans Man's History, Origin and Place in the Universe

By Dean, Darrick

Lincoln, NE, U.S.A.: iUniverse, 2003. Book. As New. Soft cover. 6" x 9". PB, 175 pp., As New. A clean, bright, tight, unmarked copy. Appears unread. Slight shelfwear. The author explores how to find truth by first establishing the tools of critical thought. He then demonstrates how critical thinking can be applied to separate truth from error in relation to a wide variety of topics, including history, environmentalism & religion. His critique of the logical fallacies & confused thinking in both naturalism & young-earth creationism (so-called "creation science") is especially incisive & instructive. Dean is a thoughtful evangelical Christian journalist & science writer who earned his B.Sc. in Engineering at Geneva College. Highly recommended..

$9.00

Dismissing God: Modern Writers' Struggle Against Religion
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Dismissing God: Modern Writers' Struggle Against Religion

By Lockerbie, D. Bruce

Grand Rapids, Michigan, U.S.A.: Baker Books, 1998. Book. Near Fine. Soft cover. 6" x 9". PB, 254 pp., Near Fine. Pages bright, clean, & unmarked. Binding tight. Lower corner tip of back cover is bent. Appears unused. Explores the nature of the quarrel with God that many leading writers hold by examining the lives, beliefs, & works of over 20 European & American writers. Authors covered range from Dickinson & Emerson to Hardy, Lawrence, Yeats, & Hemingway. Author served 35 years in teaching & administration at the Stony Brook School in New York..

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Is the Truth Out There?: A Journey Through Critical Thinking That Spans Man's History, Origin and Place in the Universe
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Is the Truth Out There?: A Journey Through Critical Thinking That Spans Man's History, Origin and Place in the Universe

By Dean, Darrick

Lincoln, NE, U.S.A.: iUniverse, 2003. Book. As New. Soft cover. 6" x 9". PB, 175 pp., As New. A clean, bright, tight, unmarked copy. Appears unread. Slight shelfwear. The author explores how to find truth by first establishing the tools of critical thought. He then demonstrates how critical thinking can be applied to separate truth from error in relation to a wide variety of topics, including history, environmentalism & religion. His critique of the logical fallacies & confused thinking in both naturalism & young-earth creationism (so-called "creation science") is especially incisive & instructive. Dean is a thoughtful evangelical Christian journalist & science writer who earned his B.Sc. in Engineering at Geneva College. Highly recommended..

$9.00

Unraveling the Big Questions About God

By Boa, Kenneth

Grand Rapids, MI, U.S.A.: Zondervan Publishing House (Lamplighter Books), 1988. Book. Near Fine. Soft cover. 5-3/8" x 8". PB, 191 pp., Near Fine. Pages clean, bright, & unmarked. Binding tight. Covers have minor edgewear. A previous edition of this book was titled, "God, I Don't Understand." "In examining the paradoxical questions we have about God, Dr. Boa provides much good Bible teaching to nurture the questioning Christian's faith. Instead of the glib answers that many books are so quick to give, [this book] starts the reader on the path to finding real answers, satisfying answers. More than 30 charts & diagrams help to make author Boa's arguments clear." The author has been a teacher & writer for The King's College, Walk Thru the Bible Ministries, & Search Ministries.Highly recommended!.

$5.00

Reasons of the Heart: Recovering Christian Persuasion (Hourglass Books Series)

By Edgar, William

Grand Rapids, MI, U.S.A.: Baker Book House (Hourglass Books), 1996. Book. Near Fine. Soft cover. 5-3/8" x 8-3/8". PB, 126 pp., Near Fine. Pages bright, clean, & unmarked. Binding tight. Shelf wear. A full-orbed view of explaining the gospel in ways that reach the entire person, with strategies that are biblical & human, addressing the deep ways of knowing that go beyond a dry rationalism. Hourglass Books raise major issues of the day, serious in tone & probing in style, but practical rather than academic; for all who long for reformation & revival within the evangelical community. Edgar is Professor of Apologetics at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, PA..

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The Theory of Creation: A Scientific and Translational Analysis of the Biblical Creation Story
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The Theory of Creation: A Scientific and Translational Analysis of the Biblical Creation Story

By Schicatano, Jim

San Jose, CA, U.S.A.: Writers Club Press, 2001. Book. Near Fine. Soft cover. 6" x 9". PB, 278 pp., Near Fine. Pages bright, clean, & unmarked. Binding tight. Each verse of Genesis 1:1-2:4 is examined for scientific meaning, the original Hebrew text is often referenced, popular theories are explored, & the purpose & implications of God's actions are addressed. Finally, the Biblical account of creation is compared to the scientific record, without denouncing other theories or repudiating accepted scientific beliefs. The author is a published writer & computer systems analyst with a background & degree in science..

$10.00

How Blind Is the Watchmaker?: Nature's Design & the Limits of Naturalistic Science
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How Blind Is the Watchmaker?: Nature's Design & the Limits of Naturalistic Science

By Broom, Neil

Downers Grove, IL, U.S.A.: InterVarsity Press, 2001. Book. Near Fine. Soft cover. 6" x 9". PB, 224 pp., Near Fine. Pages bright, clean, & unmarked. Binding tight; appears unread. With foreword by William A. Dembski. Was the universe created by the blind forces of nature, or is there evidence of a designing mind? Broom boldly challenges the scientific establishment's commitment to what he labels "the flimsily crafted but persuasively packaged myth of scientific materialism." The author is an associate professor in the department of chemical & materials engineering at the University of Auckland in New Zealand..

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Common Grounds: Conversations About the Things That Matter Most
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Common Grounds: Conversations About the Things That Matter Most

By Young, Lucks; Lucke, Glenn

Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.A.: Broadman & Holman Publishers, 2003. Book. Near Fine. Soft cover. 5-1/2" x 8-1/2". PB, 177 pp., Near Fine. Pages bright, clean, & unmarked. Binding tight. Slight wear. Three old college friends, all at different places in their spiritual journey, meet Sunday evenings for coffee; they encounter a retired seminary professor who becomes their Socratic guide to explore Christ's teachings. Full of spiritual insight & cultural sophistication that makes good reading for believers & nonbelievers alike. Discussion questions in back of book. Young, an author & speaker, is associate pastor of Worship at Second Baptist Church in Houston, Texas. Lucke was a campus minister at Harvard; he now leads Docent Communications Group..

$5.00

The Bible Code: Fact or Fake?
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The Bible Code: Fact or Fake?

By Stanton, Phil

Wheaton, IL, U.S.A.: Crossway Books, 1998. Book. Near Fine. Soft cover. 5-1/2" x 8-1/2". PB, 128 pp., Near Fine. Pages clean & unmarked. Binding tight. Appears unread. Slight shelfwear. 1st U.S. printing (1998). First published in England by Kingsway Publications in 1997. An astute Christian critique of Michael Drosnin's bestseller, "The Bible Code." Although some well-meaning Christians mistakenly praised Drosnin's book, hoping it might whet people's curiosity about God's Word, Stanton shows that the belief-system inherent in Drosnin's book is atheistic humanism, & that the methodology employed by the Bible-code researchers implicitly denies the authority of God's Word. The author is a Bible teacher, author, & principal of Berea Bible College in Eastbourne, England. Recommended..

$4.00

Christian Apologetics in a World Community

By Dyrness, William A.

Downers Grove, IL, U.S.A.: InterVarsity Press, 1983. Book. Near Fine. Soft cover. 5-1/2" x 8-1/4". PB, 197 pp., Near Fine. Pages clean, bright, & unmarked. Binding tight. Covers show a little wear. 6th printing (1992). After describing how Christians have done apologetics in the past, the author sketches a model for effective apologetics in the 20th century. He shows how his model relates to the various non-Christian philosophies, as well as how it speaks to many Christian concerns, including the problem of suffering. Dyrness was a theologian who served as president of New College Berkeley..

$7.00

Christian Apologetics in a World Community

By Dyrness, William A.

Downers Grove, IL, U.S.A.: InterVarsity Press, 1983. Book. Very Good -. Soft cover. 5-1/2" x 8-1/4". PB, 197 pp., Very Good -. Pages clean, bright, & unmarked. Binding tight. Book is slightly warped. Covers show minor wear. 6th printing (1992). After describing how Christians have done apologetics in the past, the author sketches a model for effective apologetics in the 20th century. He shows how his model relates to the various non-Christian philosophies, as well as how it speaks to many Christian concerns, including the problem of suffering. Dyrness was a theologian who served as president of New College Berkeley..

$5.00

Christian Apologetics in a World Community

By Dyrness, William A.

Downers Grove, IL, U.S.A.: InterVarsity Press, 1983. Book. Very Good+. Soft cover. 5-1/2" x 8-1/4". PB, 197 pp., Very Good +. Pages clean, bright, & unmarked. Binding tight. Covers show minor wear. 6th printing (1992). After describing how Christians have done apologetics in the past, the author sketches a model for effective apologetics in the 20th century. He shows how his model relates to the various non-Christian philosophies, as well as how it speaks to many Christian concerns, including the problem of suffering. Dyrness was a theologian who served as president of New College Berkeley..

$6.00

That You May Believe: Miracles and Faith--Then and Now

By Brown, Colin

Grand Rapids, MI, U.S.A.: Wm. B. Eerdmans, 1985. Book. Very Good. Soft cover. 5-1/4" x 8-1/4". PB, 232 pp., Very Good. Pages clean, bright, & unmarked. Binding tight. Covers have edgewear. Writing for the general reader, the author, an internationally-known theologian & Bible scholar, lays out the arguments & evidence for the reality of the miracles attributed to Jesus in the New Testament. All who have questions about the meaning of miracles & their role in the Christian faith today will find here a fresh look at this subject. At the time of writing, Brown was Professor of Systematic Theology at Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California, U.S.A. Recommended..

$5.00

See the Gods Fall: Four Rivals to Christianity

By Beckwith, Francis; Parrish, Stephen E.

Joplin, MO, U.S.A.: College Press, 1997. Book. Near Fine. Hardcover. 6-1/4" x 9-1/4". HB, 311 pp., Near Fine/Very Good. A bright, tight, unmarked copy. Black boards with gold lettering on spine. Illustrated dustjacket, protected in mylar, has minor wear & some rubbing. A comprehensive study that, by teaching the reader to combine philosophy & sound logic, convincingly demonstrates the strength of the case for biblical Christianity & lays bare the flawed foundations of New Age spirituality, secular humanism, Baha'ism, & Mormonism. Highly recommended..

$6.00

See the Gods Fall: Four Rivals to Christianity

By Beckwith, Francis; Parrish, Stephen E.

Joplin, MO, U.S.A.: College Press, 1997. Book. Near Fine. Hardcover. 6-1/4" x 9-1/4". HB, 311 pp., Near Fine/Very Good. A bright, tight, unmarked copy. Black boards with gold lettering on spine. Illustrated dustjacket, protected in mylar, has minor wear & some rubbing. A comprehensive study that, by teaching the reader to combine philosophy & sound logic, convincingly demonstrates the strength of the case for biblical Christianity & lays bare the flawed foundations of New Age spirituality, secular humanism, Baha'ism, & Mormonism. Highly recommended..

$9.00

See the Gods Fall: Four Rivals to Christianity

By Beckwith, Francis; Parrish, Stephen E.

Joplin, MO, U.S.A.: College Press, 1997. Book. Near Fine. Hardcover. 6-1/4" x 9-1/4". HB, 311 pp., Near Fine/No Dustjacket. A bright, tight, unmarked copy. Black boards with gold lettering on spine. A comprehensive study that, by teaching the reader to combine philosophy & sound logic, convincingly demonstrates the strength of the case for biblical Christianity & lays bare the flawed foundations of New Age spirituality, secular humanism, Baha'ism, & Mormonism. Highly recommended..

$5.00

A New Look at an Old Earth: Resolving the Conflict Between the Bible & Science
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A New Look at an Old Earth: Resolving the Conflict Between the Bible & Science

By Stoner, Don

Eugene, OR, U.S.A.: Harvest House Publishers, 1997. Book. Very Good. Soft cover. 5-1/4" x 8". PB, 256 pp., Very Good. Two pages have a little pink highlighting; rest of text is clean, bright, & unmarked. Binding tight. Minor edgewear. 1st printing (1997). Forewords by Hugh Ross & Chuck Smith, Jr. Out of print. Author is a research & development scientist who has been awarded 2 U.S. patents. The back cover reads: "If the God who created the universe also inspired the words of the Bible, there can be no contradiction between the two. Yet the popular Christian teaching that the earth is approximately 10,000 years old disagrees with modern scientific evidence. This insightful look at our incredible universe examines the facts of nature & how they complement biblically sound interpretations of the creation account." This is an area where Bible-believing Christians are badly in need of some fresh & creative thinking. Whether one ultimately agrees with his conclusions or not, Mr. Stoner's well-researched & very accessible book, scientifically informed & respectful of the Bible as God's inerrant Word, makes a valuable contribution. His is a voice that deserves a hearing in the current controversy surrounding this subject. Recommended..

$5.00

A New Look at an Old Earth: Resolving the Conflict Between the Bible & Science
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A New Look at an Old Earth: Resolving the Conflict Between the Bible & Science

By Stoner, Don

Eugene, OR, U.S.A.: Harvest House Publishers, 1997. Book. Very Good. Soft cover. 5-1/4" x 8". PB, 256 pp., Very Good. Pages clean, bright, & unmarked. Binding tight. Covers have several scratches & edgewear. 1st printing (1997). Forewords by Hugh Ross & Chuck Smith, Jr. Out of print. Author is a research & development scientist who has been awarded 2 U.S. patents. The back cover reads: "If the God who created the universe also inspired the words of the Bible, there can be no contradiction between the two. Yet the popular Christian teaching that the earth is approximately 10,000 years old disagrees with modern scientific evidence. This insightful look at our incredible universe examines the facts of nature & how they complement biblically sound interpretations of the creation account." This is an area where Bible-believing Christians are badly in need of some fresh & creative thinking. Whether one ultimately agrees with his conclusions or not, Mr. Stoner's well-researched & very accessible book, scientifically informed & respectful of the Bible as God's inerrant Word, makes a valuable contribution. His is a voice that deserves a hearing in the current controversy surrounding this subject. Recommended..

$6.00

A New Look at an Old Earth: Resolving the Conflict Between the Bible & Science
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A New Look at an Old Earth: Resolving the Conflict Between the Bible & Science

By Stoner, Don

Eugene, OR, U.S.A.: Harvest House Publishers, 1997. Book. Very Good+. Soft cover. 5-1/4" x 8". PB, 256 pp., Very Good +. Bright, tight copy. Pages clean & unmarked. Covers have minor wear & a few light scratches. 1st printing (1997). Forewords by Hugh Ross & Chuck Smith, Jr. Out of print. Author is a research & development scientist who has been awarded 2 U.S. patents. The back cover reads: "If the God who created the universe also inspired the words of the Bible, there can be no contradiction between the two. Yet the popular Christian teaching that the earth is approximately 10,000 years old disagrees with modern scientific evidence. This insightful look at our incredible universe examines the facts of nature & how they complement biblically sound interpretations of the creation account." This is an area where Bible-believing Christians are badly in need of some fresh & creative thinking. Whether one ultimately agrees with his conclusions or not, Mr. Stoner's well-researched & very accessible book, scientifically informed & respectful of the Bible as God's inerrant Word, makes a valuable contribution. His is a voice that deserves a hearing in the current controversy surrounding this subject. Recommended..

$8.00

Is the Truth Out There?: A Journey Through Critical Thinking That Spans Man's History, Origin and Place in the Universe
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Is the Truth Out There?: A Journey Through Critical Thinking That Spans Man's History, Origin and Place in the Universe

By Dean, Darrick

Lincoln, NE, U.S.A.: iUniverse, 2003. Book. As New. Soft cover. 6" x 9". PB, 175 pp., As New. A clean, bright, tight, unmarked copy. Appears unread. Slight shelfwear. The author explores how to find truth by first establishing the tools of critical thought. He then demonstrates how critical thinking can be applied to separate truth from error in relation to a wide variety of topics, including history, environmentalism & religion. His critique of the logical fallacies & confused thinking in both naturalism & young-earth creationism (so-called "creation science") is especially incisive & instructive. Dean is a thoughtful evangelical Christian journalist & science writer who earned his B.Sc. in Engineering at Geneva College. Highly recommended..

$9.00

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