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Kingdom of God or Pagan Empire?

Why Christians are on the Sidelines of a Divided Nation _ _ _ A great political divide exists today, but can we truly grasp the significance of that divide? It is very complex and carries such deep...
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He Called Himself a Barnstormer

He Called Himself a Barnstormer _ _ _ He Called Himself a Barnstormer is a fictionalized story about a real man, James Scott, who seemed to have the hand of God on his young life. As a direct descendant,...
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Can I Still Believe in Heaven?

What Every Heart Longs to Know Most all of us have questions about Heaven—some of us, since childhood. While some have learned to live with their questions, others of us ponder them still. We want to...

Finding Home

Mile Markers Among the World’s Religions Religion has exited the sidelines for center stage. Decades ago, Buddhist monks publicly immolated themselves. “Who are these people? How could they do that?”...
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American Evangelicals and Modern Israel

A Plea for Tough Love “I will bless those who bless you, and whoever curses you I will curse.” Evangelical Christians are often reminded of God’s strong proclamation to Abraham and his descendants,...

Dying in Indian Country

Revised Edition Elizabeth Morris Media Kit Description Dying in Indian Country is the true story of a father who, recognizing how current tribal and federal government policies were destroying his...
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And Church Happened

Church growth experts tell us how to make our churches bigger, busier, and more competitive. Walt Hoffman suggests that such gains come at the cost of simplicity and intimacy, as churchgoers have no time to...
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Fatal Drift: Is the Church Losing Its Anchor?

Without proper instrumentation, it doesn’t take long to drift off course. And not since the Protestant Reformation has the Christian church been so at risk for capsizing. Postmodernism and the church’s...

Hannah More: The Artist as Reformer

Hannah More (1745–1833), a woman of incredible moral courage, was probably the most influential female writer of her time. Yet most of us have never even heard of her. Born in obscurity, Hannah died...