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Worldliness

Worldliness—the cravings of sinful man, the lust of his eyes, and the boasting of what he has or does—actively opposes God and the truth of His Word. How, then, can a believer relate to the world without being seduced by its system? Pastor C. J. Mahaney introduces the answer.

Readers Taken Inside Shakers' World in The Outsider

Fans of Bodie Thoene and Janet Oke will most enjoy The Outsider, which is also appropriate for teenagers. Homeschooling parents might even consider using it as a springboard for a project about the Shakers.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • November 11, 2008 |
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Lost Innocence Offers Raw Glimpse into Sex Trade

The Road of Lost Innocence narrates Somaly Mam’s terrifying journey from sexual slavery to rescuing others caught in the same trade. She shows readers a world they have never seen—but simply can’t ignore.

  • Katherine Britton |
  • November 08, 2008 |
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Reforming or Conforming?

While self-described “post-conservative evangelicals” enjoy increasing influence in the evangelical world, they represent a significant challenge to biblical faith. Editor Gary Johnson lays the foundation to understand why postmodernism – and its place in the emergent church – challenges the center of evangelical Christianity.

  • Gary L. W. Johnson |
  • November 06, 2008 |
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The 2008 Preaching Survey of Bibles and Bible References

The past year has seen a number of outstanding publications that will be of interest to those who preach and teach.

Burney’s Talent Conveys Love for People, Jesus and Fiction

Author Claudia Mair Burney has a raw talent which conveys her passionate love for people, Jesus and fiction. Her storyline is interesting, her characters have depth and her plot holds together for satisfying, even moving, conclusion.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • November 04, 2008 |
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How to Read the Bible Theologically

J.I. Packer - To read the Bible "theologically" means to read the Bible "with a focus on God."

Spectacular Sins

God has not answered all of our questions about sin and suffering, but there are things he wants us to know—such as what’s at stake in the “spectacular” sins of others and the horrible tragedies of this life; their global purpose, both historically and today; and what these events say to us personally.

Turner Tells It Like It Is in Churched

In Churched, author/blogger Matthew Paul Turner is real and very honest—about himself, the church and the Christians he has met. He just tells it like it is, and recovering fundamentalists everywhere are going to love him for it.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • October 28, 2008 |
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Anne Rice: Interview with the Believer

Best-selling author Anne Rice, who gained fame for her dark, gothic novels—including 1976's Interview With the Vampire—discusses her return to faith with a new spiritual memoir Called Out of Darkness.

The New Media Frontier

John Mark Reynolds and Roger Overton (along with an impressive list of other new media experts) survey the current landscape of the blog, vlog, and podcasting world and explore specific areas in which God’s people can creatively expand their reach to a lost world through new media.

  • John Mark Reynolds and Roger Overton |
  • October 23, 2008 |
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Dekker’s Sinner Closes Out “Books of History” Series

In Sinner, best-selling author Ted Dekker concludes his “Books of History Chronicles” series with a very important message. But is fear the means to communicate it? Is fiction the best place for teaching and preaching?

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • October 21, 2008 |
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Game Day for the Glory of God

How do we play, watch, and talk sports for God’s glory? In Game Day for the Glory of God sports fan Stephen Altrogge aims to help readers enjoy sports as a gift from God and to see sports as a means of growing in godliness.

  • Stephen Altrogge |
  • October 16, 2008 |
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Matchmaking Leads to Unexpected Results in New Novel

In Blessed Are the Meddlers, author Christa Ann Banister delves into serious themes in lighthearted ways, maintaining a sense of fun while motivating readers to consider how healthy their own choices might be.

  • Whitney Von Lake Hopler |
  • October 14, 2008 |
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Death by Love

Take a deeply theological and intensely practical look at how everyone can find hope through the death of Jesus Christ.

  • Mark Driscoll and Gerry Breshears |
  • October 09, 2008 |
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“Codebearers Series" a Great Fantasy Adventure Alternative

Looking for an alternative to Harry Potter? Something which portrays the supernatural, emphasizes mystery and throws in a battle between good and evil—but without the darkness? Look no further than the latest fantasy adventure series, “The Codebearers.”

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • October 07, 2008 |
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Cast of Characters: Interview with Max Lucado

Preaching.com's Michael Duduit talks with author Max Lucado about his newest book.

'Twilight' Books Send the Wrong Message

You might have heard is that this teen romance series takes a strong stand against sex before marriage and are therefore a great way to get that idea across to kids. But there are other messages in the books that are also very strong - and alarming.

Total Church: A Radical Reshaping around Gospel and Community

Church is not a meeting you attend or a place you enter. It’s an identity that shapes the whole of life so that life and mission become ‘total church.'

  • Tim Chester and Steve Timmis |
  • October 02, 2008 |
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Should You Have a Living Will? A Christian Lawyer's Perspective

Medical advancements carry a price: families must increasingly face murky ethical questions. Attorney Stephen Bloom explains "living wills" (or "advanced directives") in layman's terms while weighing in on some of the dangers he’s observed with these documents…

  • Stephen Bloom, Esq. |
  • September 30, 2008 |
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