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Atheism Remix

You know about traditional atheism – now, its contemporary strain is more popular and widely respected than ever. In Atheism Remix, Dr. Albert Mohler explores the “New Atheism” and its major thinkers.

Content to Be Good, Called to Be Godly

"That morning I honestly questioned if I was busy with the Lord’s agenda for my life or if I was simply caught up in the devil’s suggestions. I had a ministry… but was it mine, or God’s?" Author Janet Denison reflects on what to do when your life is full... but your soul is empty.

The Cure

The Church is busy sending out missionaries and dealing with the culture at home, but is the heart of the gospel lost in the busyness? Medical missionary Harry Kraus says it’s time for the church to reemphasize the "main thing" - and that "main thing" is love.

Riven

When a condemned man with nothing to lose meets one with nothing to gain, everyone washed by that encounter will forever recall the day a little bit of heaven invaded a whole lot of hell. Read more from Jerry Jenkins’ Riven.

Francis Schaeffer

Francis Schaeffer was a small man whose giant passion for truth, for reality, for God, and for the needs of people made him a key shaper of modern Christianity, larger than any label put on him. This new, comprehensive biograph illuminates the complex person and vivid teaching that made the man.

Unleashing the Power of Rubber Bands

Just what is "vision"? And what makes ordinary leaders into extraordinary ones? Nancy Ortberg puts a twist on the qualities, attributes, and practices of great leaders as they work to cultivate creativity, trust, passion, and good communication.

What is a Healthy Church Member?

Bottom line, for Christians, playing an active part in the local church is not optional. God intends for every believer to contribute to the mission of the local church and experience profound spiritual growth as a result.

Not the Religious Type

As an atheist, Dave Schmelzer never thought of himself as the religious type. And he still doesn't, even though he now believes in God and leads a large Boston church in the shadow of some of the nation's most impressive universities. Read more of his thoughts in Not the Religious Type.

Reasonable Faith

What rational warrant can be given for Christianity? Read this excerpt from Reasonable Faith.

On Church Leadership

Mark Driscoll knows something about church leadership. Writing out of his personal experience and biblical conviction, the pastor of Mars Hill Church in Seattle examines six important areas of church leadership, boiling down the big concepts behind church leadership into this practical little book.

Former Atheist Looks at Faith in Religious Type

As a former atheist and now pastor in greater Boston, Dave Schmelzer has regular encounters with jaded scholars who reject the trite morality dispensed by most believers. But what if their jadedness was actually a good thing?

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • June 26, 2008 |
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Infinite Impact

Everything that happens has a purpose. In Infinite Impact, author Stu Weber challenges you to look at where you are in God's timeline and encourage you to consider how you can use your life to make a difference.

Prayer Coach

You don’t have to be an apostle Paul or a John Wesley or a Billy Graham to pray well. It is something that we become good at by just doing it. The problem is, many Christians fail to plan their prayer time, and end up avoiding it, author Jim Nicodem says. This new books aims to help plan, praise, and set patterns for one-on-one prayer time with God.

Corrective Yet Gentle Father's World Compels

Our Father’s World could easily serve as a manual for anyone interested in loving that which God loves and blessing that which he created. It’s corrective yet gentle, disturbing yet encouraging. And it’s very compelling reading.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • June 19, 2008 |
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Two Wars

In Two Wars, Army Ranger Nate Self relates the harrowing story of the Robert's Ridge Rescue in Afghanistan and of his subsequent struggles with post-traumatic stress. Read an excerpt from chapter one.

Annual Summer Reading List

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • June 16, 2008 |
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Choung's True Story Not Told Well

Clearly, James Choung has something important to say in True Story. The problem is that he doesn’t say it well. A divisional director of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, he’s an excellent scholar and probably a great speaker as well. His text is littered with useful insights and revelations, but the set-up just doesn’t work.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • June 12, 2008 |
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Things That Cannot Be Shaken

How do we solidify our thinking so that our faith will not waver? By holding fast to the “things that cannot be shaken” (Heb. 12:27).

  • K. Scott Oliphint and Rod Mays |
  • June 10, 2008 |
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Quiet Strength

In his inspiring and reflective memoir, Quiet Strength, Coach Tony Dungy tells the story of a life lived for God and family—and challenges us all to redefine our ideas of what it means to succeed.

  • Tony Dungy with Nathan Whitaker |
  • June 07, 2008 |
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Fight

Fight is the manual for recognizing the deceptions about doing true spiritual battle, realizing the roles men play at the front lines, and rescuing the captives from the enemy’s stronghold.

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