Theology

Defending Your Sword: Responding to Attacks on the Bible

Defending Your Sword: Responding to Attacks on the Bible

$9.95

Defending Your Sword is the first book published by Planters Press that is not based on one of the author’s high school courses. It was written as a resource for Christians who encounter skeptics who claim that the Bible is full of errors, that it contradicts itself, and that it therefore cannot be inspired by God. The book is divided into three sections. The first addresses fundamental issues like the importance of worldview, the matter of origins, the existence of God, the problem of knowledge, and the relationship of Christianity to science. The main body of the book deals with questions concerning the biblical manuscripts, the formation of the canon, authorship, date, accuracy, consistency, miracles, inspiration, and the role of faith. In the final section, the author seeks to get behind the presentation problems and arguments and examine the personal experiences and moral issues that often underlie rejection of the Bible.

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Defending Your Shield: Responding to Attacks on the Uniqueness of Christianity

Defending Your Shield: Responding to Attacks on the Uniqueness of Christianity

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Defending Your Shield continues the work begun in Defending Your Sword in that it seeks to answer objections raised against the uniqueness of Christianity. Have you ever encountered arguments like the following? Ancient Near Eastern religions all had creation and flood stories and legends of gods coming to earth, dying, and rising again; Christianity just borrowed from them. All religions are basically man-made and are derived from the cultural environment in which they arose. All religions are basically the same because they are different ways of worshiping the same Ultimate Reality; it doesn’t really matter what religion you practice as long as it meets your needs. All religions are essentially harmful; they are relics of our primitive past and we are quickly evolving beyond the need for them. How can Christians claim to have the truth when they are divided into thousands of denominations and can’t even agree among themselves? This book is a resource for responding to these and other challenges.

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The Bible Tells Me So: A Survey of Bible Doctrine

The Bible Tells Me So: A Survey of Bible Doctrine

$18.95

The Bible Tells Me So is an expanded version of the author’s Bible Doctrine course. It covers the foundational teachings of God’s Word topically, beginning with the Doctrine of Scripture, then moving on to the Doctrine of God, then Christ, then the Holy Spirit. Having examined what the God has revealed about Himself in His Word, the text then turns to the Doctrine of Man (including the Doctrine of Sin), the Doctrine of Salvation, and then finishes by examining the Doctrine of the Church and Eschatology, the Doctrine of Last Things. Special features include “So What?” boxes addressing the practical applications of some of the more obscure doctrines of the faith along with “Highlights from History” boxes discussing the historical contexts in which various doctrinal disputes arose and the ways in which they were resolved by the Church.

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