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Comparative Religions

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  • Introducing Christianity To Mormons

    $18.99

    Share Jesus with Your LDS Friends and Family

    One of our greatest challenges as Christians is sharing the truth with those who believe they’ve already found it. When witnessing to current or former members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, it’s essential that you can compassionately delineate biblical teachings from Mormon doctrine while tactfully advocating for Christ.

    For every believer who prays for loved ones in the LDS Church–or loved ones who gave up on religion after leaving Mormonism– Introducing Christianity to Mormons is the guidebook you need to witness to them. Inside, you’ll find:

    *real-life conversations that give you helpful ideas for what to say in your discussions
    *contrast points between Mormonism and Christianity that illuminate God’s truth
    *biblical apologetics that allow you to minister to former LDS members wounded by their experience with the Church

    Get ready to present the case for Christianity with confidence and grace. This book will empower you to share your faith and give you the language to do so effectively with people in the Mormon community.

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  • Handbook Of Religion

    $52.00

    This comprehensive handbook provides a Christian perspective on religion and its many manifestations around the world. Written by top religion scholars from a broad spectrum of Christianity, it introduces world religions, indigenous religious traditions, and new religious movements. Articles explore the relationship of other religions to Christianity, providing historical perspective on past encounters and highlighting current issues. The book also contains articles by adherents of non-Christian religions, offering readers an insider’s perspective on various religions and their encounters with Christianity. Maps, timelines, and sidebars are included.

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  • Concise Guide To The Life Of Muhammad

    $24.99

    An expert in the study of Islam answers thirty important questions about Muhammad, offering a clear and concise guide to his life and religious significance. This companion volume to the author’s A Concise Guide to the Quran answers many of the key questions non-Muslims have about Muhammad, reveals the importance of Muhammad for Christian-Muslim and Jewish-Muslim interfaith relations, and examines Muslim and non-Muslim primary sources. This introductory guide is written for anyone with little to no knowledge of Islam who wants to learn about Muslims, their beliefs, and their prophet.

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  • Concise Guide To The Life Of Muhammad

    $39.99

    An expert in the study of Islam answers thirty important questions about Muhammad, offering a clear and concise guide to his life and religious significance. This companion volume to the author’s A Concise Guide to the Quran answers many of the key questions non-Muslims have about Muhammad, reveals the importance of Muhammad for Christian-Muslim and Jewish-Muslim interfaith relations, and examines Muslim and non-Muslim primary sources. This introductory guide is written for anyone with little to no knowledge of Islam who wants to learn about Muslims, their beliefs, and their prophet.

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  • Quran And The Christian

    $19.99

    Understanding Islam’s sacred text is integral to understanding your Muslim neighbor
    Cross-cultural missionary and scholar Matthew Aaron Bennett blends the insights of Islamic believers, secular Qur’an scholars, and missionaries to Muslims, making The Qur’an and the Christian like no other resource for Christian ministry to Muslims. Combining these perspectives in one guide better equips Christians to communicate the biblical gospel to friends and neighbors who are adherents to Islam–both in and out of majority-Muslim cultures.

    The Qur’an and the Christian addresses issues both simple and profound, such as:

    – How the Qur’an came to be, including Muhammed and the Qur’an’s textual precursors

    – The major themes of the Qur’an and how these shape the practice of Islam

    – The presence of Bible characters, Jews, and Christians in the Qur’anic text

    – Whether and how a Christian should read the Qur’an

    – Avoiding miscommunication with Muslims when the Qur’an and Christian teaching seem to overlap

    This book will help Christians learn how to explore Islamic faith with missiological wisdom and biblical precision. The Qur’an and the Christian will give believers the insight to deepen friendships, promote understanding, and clarify the biblical gospel among Muslim friends and neighbors.

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  • Doubters Guide To World Religions

    $21.99

    The world is a very religious place. Wherever you look, people are worshipping, praying, believing, following, even dying for their faith. But are all religions the same? Do they all call on the same God simply using different names? Are their beliefs and practices simply cultural expressions of the same spiritual longings?

    Written in John Dickson’s characteristically engaging and readable style, this book presents each of the world’s five major religions in their best light, carefully outlining the history, belief systems and spiritual practices of Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam so that the interested doubter can explore their similarities and differences. For believers and doubters alike, A Doubter’s Guide to World Religions provides a fair and friendly introduction.

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  • Short History Of Islamic Thought

    $21.95

    For general readers, a compact and illuminating introduction to Islam, from its beginnings almost 1500 years ago to the present moment.

    While much has been written about Islam, particularly over the twenty-five years, few books have explored the full range of the ideas that have defined the faith over a millennium and a half. Fitzroy Morrissey provides a clear and concise introduction to the origins and sources of Islamic thought, from its beginnings in the 7th century to the current moment. He explores the major ideas and introduces the major figures–those who over the centuries have broached life’s major questions, from the nature of God and the existence of free will to gender relations and the ordering of society, and in the process defined Islam. Drawing on Arabic and Persian primary texts, as well as the latest scholarship, A Short History of Islamic Thought explains the key teachings of the Qur’an and Hadith, the great books of Islamic theology, philosophy, and law, as well as the mystical writings of the Sufis.

    It evaluates the impact of foreign cultures-Greek and Persian, Jewish and Christian-on early Islam, accounts for the crystallization of the Sunni and Shi’i forms of the faith, and accounts for the rise of such trends as Islamic modernism and Islamism. Above all, it reveals the fundamental principles of Islamic thought, both as a source of inspiration for Muslims today and as illuminating and rewarding in their own right.

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  • What Is Islam

    $9.99

    How to love your Muslim neighbor.

    Islam is the second–most popular and fastest–growing religion in the world. Islam and Christianity share some common commitments, but there are crucial differences. However, the greatest barrier to dialogue is that Christians and Muslims often misunderstand each other. Do you understand Islam?

    In What Is Islam?, Chawkat Moucarry compares the teachings of Islam and Christianity on the most essential issues, such as the Bible, God, Jesus, sin and forgiveness, Muhammad, and God’s kingdom. Moreover, Moucarry dispels the many myths and misconceptions that both religions hold about the other, paving the way for charitable discussion. Understand how the gospel is good news for everyone.

    The Questions for Restless Minds series applies God’s word to today’s issues. Each short book faces tough questions honestly and clearly, so you can think wisely, act with conviction, and become more like Christ.

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  • Muslim Majority : Folk Islam And The Seventy Percent

    $24.99

    Over seventy percent of Muslims worldwide practice “folk” Islam, a syncretistic mix of theologically orthodox Islam and traditional religious beliefs and practices native to their culture of origin. Unlike many published works on evangelism to Muslims, which argue for either apologetic or contualized “bridge” approaches that are often ineffective in reaching adherents of popular Islam, missiologist Robin Haddaway outlines a contextual approach that addresses the unique perspective of popular Islam. The Muslim Majority explains the differences between folk Is­lam and orthodox Islam, and then explores best practices for reaching folk Muslims with the gospel of Jesus Christ.

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  • Nelsons Illustrated Guide To Religions

    $24.99

    Understand the Religions of the World from Christian Perspective and Be Equipped to Engage their Adherents

    Christians live their faith more than ever in a pluralistic religious context. How should a Christian respond to the complex spiritual alternatives available today? Are all religions the same? Does the New Age fulfill the second coming of Jesus? Is Sun Myung Moon sinless? Is Islam a religion of peace? Is Mormonism true? Is Scientology a religion? How does the Dalai Lama view Jesus? Do witches worship Satan? Is the pope infallible? These and other crucial issues are examined in Nelson’s Illustrated Guide to Religions.

    Nelson’s Illustrated Guide to Religions covers more than 200 religions, sects, and cults, most of them ones the reader might encounter on any given day. Key features include:
    *Historical information on each major religion with detailed timelines

    *Profiles of each group’s primary leaders

    *An inventory of key principles and beliefs of each religion

    *An analysis and critique of religions from a Christian perspective

    *Opinion and commentary on the controversial issues related to specific religious groups

    *Recommended resources- bibliographic information and extensive Internet sources for further study

    *New groups explored-including The Lord Is Our Righteousness Church and the Sold-Out Discipling Movement

    *Ten Tests for Truth in Religions-a set of multifaceted tests that Christians should apply when approaching the faith traditions of others-and their own faith

    This volume offers both description and evaluation of the hundreds of religions in today’s spiritual marketplace and provides basic data on the major world religions:
    *Baha’i
    *Buddhism
    *Christianity
    *Hinduism
    *Islam
    *Judaism
    *New Age
    *Sikhism.

    Nelson’s Illustrated Guide to Religions also explores the major divisions within Christianity (Roman Catholicism, Orthodoxy, and Protestantism) and provides an introduction to over twenty-five Protestant denominations. The book examines famous sectarian movements including: the Branch Davidian, Christian Scientist, Jehovah’s Witness, Mormon, and Unification Church movements. The occult worlds of Witchcraft and Satanism are analyzed as well.

    In addition to basic information, the reader has access to critical analysis of the controversies that arise in the debates about various religious groups and leaders. The author addresses the new evangelical-Mormon dialogue, the Emergent Church controversy, Local

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  • 99 Names Of God

    $20.00

    This book by Brother David Steindl-Rast offers a meditation on each of the 99 names of God found in the Islamic creed. It speaks to people of any religious belief who through the many names of God enter the gate of the one nameless God that unites us.

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  • Lead Kindly Light

    $24.00

    Throughout his life Gandhi conducted an ongoing dialogue with Christian believers and missionaries. Although as a faithful Hindu he was unwilling to accept Christian dogma, he recognized and revered Jesus as one of history’s great prophets of nonviolence. This anthology of Gandhi’s writings is enhanced by thoughtful responses from Christian scholars and students of Gandhi’s teachings, highlighting his contributions to interreligious dialogue.

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  • Do Muslims And Christians Worship The Same God

    $20.99

    Are Islam and Christianity essentially the same? Is the way to overcome divisions in our world to accept that Muslims and Christians are all part of one family of Abrahamic faiths? In Do Muslims and Christians Worship the Same God?, Dr Andy Bannister shares how his journey from the multicultural streets of inner-city London to being a Christian with a PhD in Qur’anic Studies led him to discover along the way that far from being the same, Islam and Christianity are profoundly and utterly different. Do Muslims and Christians Worship the Same God? gets to the heart of what the world’s two largest religions say about life’s biggest questions?and shows the uniqueness of Christianity’s answer not merely to the question of whether God exists, but of who God really is.

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  • Mindfulness : Walking With Jesus And Buddha

    $16.00

    Here is an introduction to the principles and practice of mindfulness for a western, Christian audience, by Sister Anabel Laity, an English-born Buddhist nun in the lineage of Thich Nhat Hanh. The book presents parallels between Zen and the teachings of Jesus and then outlines principles of “double-belonging,” how it is possible to be at home in more than one spiritual practice.

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  • Introducing World Religions

    $50.00

    This textbook offers a comprehensive introduction to the world’s religions, including history, beliefs, worship practices, and contemporary expressions. Charles Farhadian, a seasoned teacher and recognized expert on world religions, provides an empathetic account that both affirms Christian uniqueness and encourages openness to various religious traditions. His nuanced, ecumenical perspective enables readers to appreciate both Christianity and the world’s religions in new ways. The book highlights similarities, dissimilarities, and challenging issues for Christians and includes significant selections from sacred texts to enhance learning. Pedagogical features include sidebars, charts, key terms, an extensive glossary, illustrations, and about a dozen maps. This book is supplemented with helpful web materials for both students and professors through Baker Academic’s Textbook eSources. Resources include self quizzes, discussion questions, additional further readings, a sample syllabus, and a test bank.

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  • Religious Other : A Biblical Understanding Of Islam, The Qur’an And Muhamma

    $37.99

    A Langham Global Library Title

    We live at a time when religious diversity has become a fact of life in our globalized societies. Yet Christian engagement with Muslims remains complex, complicated by fear, misunderstanding and a history fraught with political and cultural tensions. These essays, drawn from the 2018 and 2019 Middle East Consultations hosted by the Arab Baptist Theological Seminary’s Institute of Middle East Studies, engage the need for a carefully developed theological understanding of Islam, its origins and its sacred text. Weaving together the work of christian scholars of Islam, the Bible, theology and missiology, along with the insights of ministry practitioners, this book combines scholarly exploration with pertinent ministry practice, offering a rich framework for the church to continue its conversation about its engagement with Muslim communities and its proclamation of Christ worldwide.

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  • Engaging With Mormons

    $14.99

    A former Mormon writes an introduction to what Mormons believe and how Christians can reach out to them with the gospel.

    Many people see Mormons as just another branch of the Christian church, and to be admired, perhaps, for their family life, morality and upright culture.

    But the theology and spirituality of this cult are very far from an orthodox biblical understanding of true saving faith. And yet Christians are often fearful of engaging in conversations about the gospel with Mormons, knowing that there are suspicions and complex issues that lie beneath the surface.

    This short book is designed to help both Christians and whole churches to understand more about the beliefs, mindset and motivations of those who are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints (Mormons), and to reach out to them with the good news of the gospel.

    Written at a level that everyone can understand, this book emphasizes the importance of forming loving, honest and open relationships as part of the way we engage with our Mormon friends and neighbors, and with those who may come knocking at our doors.

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  • Popular Handbook Of World Religions

    $24.99

    Your Guide to Understanding the World’s Most Prominent Religions

    Religion holds a commanding presence in our individual lives and in our communities. If you’ve ever wanted to know more about other faiths but weren’t sure where to start, The Harvest HandbookTM of World Religions is a clear and insightful guide to understanding and interacting with followers of the top belief systems globally, from Atheism to Judaism, Buddhism to Islam, Jainism to Sikhism, along with many others.

    This compilation from today’s religious scholars, including Dr. John Ferrer, Dr. Norman Geisler, Dr. R. Douglas Geivett, and Dr. Ron Rhodes, will help you learn the basics of each belief system and how they are lived out in contemporary culture. You will also discover how the tenents of each faith compare with those of Christianity.

    Whether you seek to understand other religions or want to find ways to engage with people of another belief system, this ready-friendly guide will equip you to distinguish various religions around the world and more effectively convey the gospel message to people of other faiths.

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  • Universe Next Door

    $35.00

    For more than forty years, The Universe Next Door has set the standard for a clear, readable introduction to worldviews. Using his widely influential model of eight basic worldview questions, James Sire examines prominent worldviews that have shaped the Western world:

    *theism
    *deism
    *naturalism
    *Marxism
    *nihilism
    *existentialism
    *Eastern monism
    *New Age philosophy
    *postmodernism
    *Islam

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  • Unveiled : The Bible, The Qur’an, And Women

    $14.99

    I am an ex-terrorist.
    I raised my hand high to volunteer to become a jihadi fighter, but then I met Jesus . . .
    and that changed everything.

    Born the unwanted third daughter, Esther Ahmad grew up Muslim in Pakistan. Her faith and country drove every aspect of her first 18 years, from what she wore and what she ate to her prospects for work and marriage, even to the manner of her death.

    Unveiled chronicles Esther’s conversion to Christianity and escape from radical Islam. Chapter by chapter, Esther lays out the lies of the Qur’an and holds them against the truths she found in the Bible. As she examines the differences between the Muslim and Christian scriptures, she reveals how she found her true identity as she journeyed from unwanted daughter to cherished child of God, from being marked by impurity to taking on the purity of Christ, and from being enslaved to rote prayer to becoming free in a true relationship with God.

    Esther’s white-knuckle journey will open your eyes to the plight of women around the world and inspire you to find the courage you need to speak the hope of Christ into the lives of those who still live behind the veil.

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  • Jesus Resurrection And Josephs Visions

    $16.99

    Just as the resurrection of Jesus is the foundation of Christianity, the visions of Joseph Smith are the foundation of Mormonism. In Jesus’ Resurrection and Joseph’s Visions, Robert Bowman compares the evidence for Jesus’ resurrection with the evidence for Joseph’s visions, showing how the historical data confirm the truth of Jesus’ resurrection, and that the accounts of Joseph Smith’s visions are historically unreliable. For Mormons who have doubts about their religion, this study will help them find a more reliable basis for faith in Christ. For Christians, this study provides a fresh angle on the historical evidence for the truth of Christianity.

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  • House Of Meanings

    $21.95

    Plain language exploration of the theology of worship – Valuable resource for individuals, seminarians, service planners – Structure and chapter discussion guides facilitate use for parish workshops Professional theological terminology is often inaccessible to the average Christian. The House of Meanings presents liturgical theology in accessible ways, free of technical language. The book is designed for individual reading and structured to be a resource for a series of parish workshops, especially during the Easter season. Chapters conclude with a discussion guide intended to assist parishioners in developing their own sense of the value of worship and its relationship to our dai-ly lives. Dedicated to deepening parishioners’ understandings of the Church and how it has both gathered and sent into service to the world, The House of Meanings will be useful not only to congregations, but to seminarians and anyone planning or evaluating worship

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  • Historical Jesus And The Historical Joseph Smith

    $9.99

    Jesus of Nazareth and Joseph Smith: one makes a claim on our lives that only God can make –the other claims to be the only prophet who can reliably point us to Jesus. This book uses the standard tools of the historian to find the undeniable facts on both men, tools that do not require faith. What we want to know is: are these men trustworthy and consistent enough that we can trust them to lead us to the one true God?

    As we seek historical bedrock on Jesus and Joseph, we’ll also find some fascinating answers to questions like: Why and when did wine get taken out of the Latter-day Saint sacrament? How do we know whether important doctrines were taken out of the Bible? Do we possess genuine words of Jesus that are not in our Gospels? Were Jesus and Heavenly Father both polygamists? How do we know that the resurrection of Jesus was not a shameless con job?

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  • What Do Our Neighbors Believe Second Edition

    $20.00

    The current social and political climate makes it easy to benefit from religious misunderstanding. Political and religious leaders create fear of the religious other in order to drum up support for themselves. But the best way to combat deliberate misrepresentation is to provide accurate, timely information about the three great monotheistic religions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.

    Originally published in 2007, What Do Our Neighbors Believe? Second Edition organizes the three belief systems, asking the same questions of each: When and where did each originate? What are the sacred writings? What kind of leaders does each have? What are their most essential beliefs? New sections explore current ethical questions and issues, including the deliberate use of misinformation about Islam to bolster power and generate fear and the recent rise in anti-Semitic hate crimes. By introducing the common aspects of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, the authors make understanding their genuine differences and their many similarities much more possible.

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  • Encountering World Religions

    $16.99

    The diversity of the world’s religions has come to the West, but believers are often ill-equipped for any kind of serious engagement with non-Christians. In Encountering World Religions, professor and author Irving Hexham introduces all the world’s major religious traditions in a brief and understandable way.

    Hexham outlines key beliefs and practices in each religion, while also providing guidance on how to think critically about them from the standpoint of Christian theology. African, yogic, and Abrahamic traditions are all covered. Accessible and clear, Encountering World Religions will provide formal and lay students alike with a useful Christian introduction to the major faiths of our world.

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  • Islam : Religion Of Peace? The Violation Of Natural Rights And Western Cove

    $27.95

    Eight hundred years ago, St. Francis of Assisi embarked on a mission to the port city of Damietta, Egypt, to try and convert Sultan al-Kamil to Christianity. While this did not come to fruition, both the sultan and the saint were able to have a peaceful dialogue and establish a mutual respect that is absent from the present-day polemics of Islam.

    While many today hold that those who seek to create a universal caliphate through acts of terror in the name of Islam falsely represent their religion, they ignore the original Islamic texts that inspire these perpetrators. The Islamization of our society, however, does not just come from avowed terrorists but from various Islamic scholars and activists seeking to impose sharia law. As a result of the West disavowing its Greco-Roman and Judeo-Christian roots, government officials have catered to such injustices since they consider the petrodollar more valuable than the victims of violence. Consequently, they have capitulated our rights of free speech and religion to the point of classifying anyone who questions Islamists’ intentions as an Islamophobe. Islam: Religion of Peace? places Islam in its historical and sociopolitical contexts in order to better understand what has bred the Islamic threat facing today’s society, as well as how many of our political and church leaders have failed to address the problem, thereby creating more instability between both Muslims and non-Muslims. Author Mario Alexis Portella also proposes solutions whereby both peoples may enter into a meaningful discourse and establish harmony.

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  • Christianity And World Religions

    $18.99

    Pastor and best-selling author Adam Hamilton returns to one of his most popular topics, Christianity and world religions. This new, fully updated book explores four major world religions-Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, and Judaism-and compares the beliefs of each with those of Christianity. He deals openly and honestly with questions people ask about other religions, such as:
    Why are there so many different religions?
    How should Christians view other religions?
    How is God at work in other religions?
    What is the fate of those who earnestly pursue God through other religions?

    In examining these major world religions and the beliefs of their followers, Hamilton urges us as Christians to build bridges with others so that we might grow in our faith, seek peace in our world, love our neighbors, and find positive ways to share the gospel. Additional components for a six-week study include a new Leader Guide to help facilitate each weekly session and a DVD featuring Hamilton in new 10-15 minute segments, each including an interview with followers from that tradition.

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  • World Christianity : A Historical And Theological Introduction

    $37.99

    Christianity is vibrant and growing in the non-western “majority” world and Christianity is changing as a result. Pachuau surveys the current trending approaches to recognizing and investigating “world Christianity” and explores the salient features of the demographic changes that mark a measurable shift in the center of gravity from the northwest part of the globe to the southern continents. This shift is not just geographical. World Christianity is ultimately about the changing and diversifying character of Christianity and a renewed recognition of the dynamic universality of Christian faith itself: Christianity is a shared religion in that people of different cultures and societies make it their own while being transformed by it. Christanity is translatable and adaptable to all cultures while challenging each with its transformative power. Pachuau also charts the theological reestablishment of the missionary enterprise founded on understandings of God’s mission in the world (mission Dei), a mission of cross-cultural gospel diffusion for missionary advocates in the majority world but one of near neighbor missional engagement for the contagious Charismatic Christianity of the majority world. This book is both a descriptive study and a thoughtful analysis of world Christianity’s demographics, life, representation, and thought. The book an also gives an account of the historical emergence of World Christianity and its theological characteristics using a methodology that stresses the productive tension between the universal and particular in understanding a fundamentally adaptable Christian faith.

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  • Catholicism And Buddhism

    $21.00

    The recent tide of books comparing Christianity and Buddhism has centered mostly on similarities. The Dalai Lama, for example, provided his opinions on Christianity in a popular book, The Good Heart: A Buddhist Perspective on the Teachings of Jesus (1996). Other writers have equally sought to describe these two traditions as “”two paths to the same place.”” Finding these approaches overly simplified, Anthony Clark confronts the distinctions between Buddhism and Catholic Christianity, acknowledging areas of confluence, but also discerning areas of abiding difference. Clark provides here a Catholic view of Buddhism that avoids obfuscations, seeking clarity for the sake of more productive dialogue.

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  • Catholicism And Buddhism

    $41.00

    The recent tide of books comparing Christianity and Buddhism has centered mostly on similarities. The Dalai Lama, for example, provided his opinions on Christianity in a popular book, The Good Heart: A Buddhist Perspective on the Teachings of Jesus (1996). Other writers have equally sought to describe these two traditions as “”two paths to the same place.”” Finding these approaches overly simplified, Anthony Clark confronts the distinctions between Buddhism and Catholic Christianity, acknowledging areas of confluence, but also discerning areas of abiding difference. Clark provides here a Catholic view of Buddhism that avoids obfuscations, seeking clarity for the sake of more productive dialogue.

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  • Jesus In Muslim Christian Conversation

    $49.00

    Jesus is a revered messenger of God for Muslims and Lord and Savior for Christians. How can Muslims and Christians relate to each other when this figure from the past attracts them yet drives them apart? Jesus is the very center of the Christian faith, but for Muslims he is a faithful witness to God, who is central to Islam. In the twenty-first century, is it possible for Muslims and Christians to relate to each other around him? This book is an attempt to bring together two representative voices from Muslim and Christian communities to talk about Jesus. Ibrahim is a Sunni Sufi Muslim who has studied Christianity and has been active as an academic in the Western world. Paul is an Evangelical Protestant who has lived in the Muslim world and has been engaged in teaching religious studies in the West. The conversation begins with the conception of Jesus and ends with his return from heaven and deals with his earthly work in between. His miraculous activity, his teaching, and the titles he has been given are considered in detail, and differences over the ending of Jesus’ life are debated.

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  • Jesus In Muslim Christian Conversation

    $29.00

    Jesus is a revered messenger of God for Muslims and Lord and Savior for Christians. How can Muslims and Christians relate to each other when this figure from the past attracts them yet drives them apart? Jesus is the very center of the Christian faith, but for Muslims he is a faithful witness to God, who is central to Islam. In the twenty-first century, is it possible for Muslims and Christians to relate to each other around him? This book is an attempt to bring together two representative voices from Muslim and Christian communities to talk about Jesus. Ibrahim is a Sunni Sufi Muslim who has studied Christianity and has been active as an academic in the Western world. Paul is an Evangelical Protestant who has lived in the Muslim world and has been engaged in teaching religious studies in the West. The conversation begins with the conception of Jesus and ends with his return from heaven and deals with his earthly work in between. His miraculous activity, his teaching, and the titles he has been given are considered in detail, and differences over the ending of Jesus’ life are debated.

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  • Dogmatics After Babel

    $45.00

    Ruben Rosario Rodriguez addresses the long-standing division between Christian theologies that take revelation as their starting point and focus and those that take human culture as theirs. After introducing these two theological streams that originate with Karl Barth and Paul Tillich, respectively, Rosario asserts that they both seek to respond to the Enlightenment’s critique and rejection of Christianity. In so doing, they have bought into Enlightenment understandings of human reality and the transcendent. Rosario argues that in order to get beyond the impasse between theologies of the Word and culture, we need a different starting point. He discovers that starting point in two sources: (1) through the work of liberation and contextual theologians on the role of the Holy Spirit, and (2) through a comparative analysis of the teachings on the hiddenness of God from the three “Abrahamic” religions -Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Rosario offers a strong argument for why this third theological starting point represents not just a marginal or niche position but a genuine alternative to the two traditional theological streams. His work will shift readers’ understanding of the options in theological discourse beyond the false alternatives of theologies of the Word and culture.

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  • If Allah Wills Pocket Edtion

    $5.25

    Philpott has studied Islamic theology and practice for fifteen years but maintains his own deep Christian faith. This book is for Christians to give to Muslim friends to consider aspects of Islam and compare them to Jesus of the Bible and to historical facts. An excellent resource for Christian evangelists and apologists.

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  • False Prophets Among Us

    $19.95

    Compelling evaluation of the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR), which teaches that God is doing a “new thing” in these last days just prior to the Kingdom of God being established: critiques of NAR leaders’ books, essays written over 15 years, how to recover from involvement, and evidence for pagan and demonic influences.

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  • Systems Of Evil

    $14.99

    How can a Christian off er a unique, attractive path for
    understanding and defeating evil among the world religions?

    “It is my conviction that for Christians to eff ectively communicate with non-Christians regarding the supremacy of God over evil and suff ering, they must be well informed about the relationship between Christian theodicy and the explanations for evil and suff ering found in other belief systems.”

    In Systems of Evil, Dr. Odell-Hein provides an unbiased examination of how each of the major religions in the world deals with the problem of evil. Th e study fi rst looks at the concept of evil in Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Buddhism, and Christianity. Next it develops a framework for comparing the systems to each other based strictly on unbiased data and native sources.

    Finally, the Christian system of evil is examined to discover the key ministry points for explaining that it is a suffi cient explanation for the problem of evil while being uniquely attractive to prospective adherents.

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  • Muslims Christians And Jesus

    $14.99

    Provides new insights into the top questions people have about Muslims and Islam in this completely updated guide to understanding today’s Muslim. With practical tips and fascinating stories, he shares culturally sensitive ways for Christians to get to know Muslims and shows how common ground is the best foundation for turning hearts to Jesus.

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  • What Do The Amish Believe

    $17.99

    This is an informative resource for those who wish to know more about the plain people and a helpful book for Anabaptists who wish to better understand what they themselves are being taught and believe.

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  • Between One Faith And Another

    $20.00

    Introduction
    1. What Is Religion? The Problem Of Definition
    2. Primitive Religions: The Sense Of The Religious
    3. Hinduism: The Claims Of Mystical Experience
    4. Buddhism: The Logic Of Nirvana
    5. Zen: The Transformation Of Consciousness
    6. Confucianism: The Structure Of Social Success
    7. Taoism: The Power Of Nature’s Way
    8. Judaism: Human Culture Or Divine Revelation?
    9. Islam: Is Surrender Fundamentalism Or The Heart Of Religion?
    10. Christianity: The Most Believed (and Most Unbelievable) Claim Ever Made
    11. Comparative Religions: Can Contradictories Both Be True?
    Postscript

    Additional Info
    How do we make sense of the world’s different religions? In today’s globalized society, religion is deeply intertwined with every issue we see on the news. But talking about multiple religions can be contentious. Are different faiths compatible somehow? And how can we know whether one religion is more true than another? In this creative thought experiment, Peter Kreeft invites us to encounter dialogues on the world’s great faiths. His characters Thomas Keptic and Bea Lever are students in Professor Fesser’s course on world religions, and the three explore the content and distinctive claims of each. Together they probe the plausibility of major religions, from Hinduism and Buddhism to Christianity and Islam. Along the way they explore how religions might relate to each other and to what extent exclusivism or inclusivism might make sense. Ultimately Kreeft gives us helpful tools for thinking fairly and critically about competing religious beliefs. If the religions are different kinds of music, do they together make harmony or cacophony? Decide for yourself.

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  • Asante Commemorative Edition

    $24.99

    HCU Media LLC

    Noah Osei discusses the practice of sacrifice – and explores similarities and differences between the Bible and traditional African religions. He opens doors to new theological work and reminds us that the spirit-body division so common in Western theology is alien to the Bible itself and the source of many misunderstandings of Christianity.

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  • Faith In The Mosaic

    $15.99

    We live in a pluralistic age and we come into contact with people from different faith traditions on a daily basis. This context challenges our faith. How should we, as Christians, think about those outside of our faith? Are we the only ones who are right? How do we know? Bruce McDowell s Faith in the Mosaic will help you wade through those questions.

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  • Taize A Community And Worship

    $10.95

    In the 1940s in France during World War II, a Swiss Reformed Protestant man named Roger Louis Schtz-Marsauche began reaching out to suffering people, in particular refugees from the war. Through his efforts, Taiz Community, located in Taiz, Burgundy, France, was birthed. Wanting to provide an atmosphere of love, acceptance, and unity where “reconciliation” could take place between those of different beliefs and religious persuasions, “Brother Roger” created what has become an internationally recognized ecumenical monastic brotherhood where a hundred thousand mostly young people visit each year. In addition, Taiz worship services are taking place in many churches throughout the Western world.

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  • World Crusade Human Destiny

    $19.99

    This book explains the world events between the Christians and the Muslims which has brought humanity into the tenth crusade. Those who don’t know history are condemned to repeat it. My book explains what is taking place in the world right now in our life time and why. Have these world events been planned by God? Most likely yes and all of us are on a path of no return. My book also explains how humanity can change its future for harmony, growth, and prosperity for all. The second half of my book explains many possibilities that mankind can achieve through cooperation which is the key for the longevity of humanity.

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  • Competing Fundamentalisms : Violent Extremism In Christianity Islam And Hin

    $35.00

    Why do certain groups and individuals seek to do harm in the name of God? While studies often claim to hold the key to this frightening phenomenon, they seldom account for the crucial and growing role that religious fundamentalism plays not just in radical Islam but also in the world’s two other largest religions: Christianity and Hinduism. As the first book to examine violent extremism in the world’s three largest religions together, Sathianathan Clarke draws on studies in sociology, psychology, culture, and economics to paint a richer portrait of this potent force in modern life. Clarke argues that religious fundamentalism is fueled and driven by the forces of globalization; that religious fundamentalists have more in common with their counterparts across religious lines than they do with the members of their own religions; and that religious fundamentalism becomes a surrogate religion, replacing in all three cases the religious tradition from which it arose.

    In light of the challenges these competing fundamentalisms pose to the peace and stability of the world, Clarke proposes that Christians, Muslims, and Hindus refuse to allow modern fundamentalism to define their ancient religious traditions. Instead, he calls for a rejection of fundamentalism’s zero-sum world in favor of a serious and sustained engagement with the members of all the world’s religions, as well as those of no religion. Readers will gain new and important insight into the problem of religious extremism and violence by seeing how it works in the world’s three largest religions.

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  • Upper Room Dictionary Of Christian Spiritual Formation

    $24.99

    This reference book, compiled with the help of more than 50 scholars from many denominations, provides a basic guide to Christian spiritual formation through more than 470 entries. It covers such subjects as great spiritual teachers of the past and present, important topics in Christian spirituality, and ways to pray and lead groups in prayer and spiritual growth. Containing enough information to get you started but not so many details as to overwhelm, the entries in this dictionary answer such questions as: What is spiritual formation? What is grace? How does it help me grow? What is centering prayer? How do I do it? Who is Hildegard of Bingen? What did she write? How can I grow in forgiveness? What are Fowler’s stages of faith? What are other ways of talking about stages of spiritual growth? This dictionary also includes a chart that compares various Christian spiritual traditions, plus a list of significant spiritual classics by title and author.

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  • Catholicism And Zen

    $26.95

    Sumeru Press Inc

    CATHOLICISM AND ZEN explores the history of Christian/Buddhist dialogue, and profiles fourteen modern Catholic clergy who have become authorized to teach Zen practice within their Christian faith. These real-life stories of men and women engaged in a spiritual quest enliven the meaning and form of awakening beyond traditional constrictions.

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  • World Crusade Human Destiny

    $12.99

    This book explains the world events between the Christians and the Muslims which has brought humanity into the tenth crusade. Those who don’t know history are condemned to repeat it. My book explains what is taking place in the world right now in our life time and why. Have these world events been planned by God? Most likely yes and all of us are on a path of no return. My book also explains how humanity can change its future for harmony, growth, and prosperity for all. The second half of my book explains many possibilities that mankind can achieve through cooperation which is the key for the longevity of humanity.

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  • Jesus : From India To Japan

    $23.00

    Jesus: From India to Japan encourages open dialogue about three prominent religions–Judaism, Christianity and Islam–in order to obtain a more modern understanding of religion as a whole. Specifically, it explores the similarities and differences found in the Qur’an and the Bible, and how these two Holy Books still guide and influence the lives of billions of people today.

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  • Hidden Half : Women And Islam

    $12.95

    This book is about women and Islam. It does not seek to sensationalize; nor should it be seen as an attempt to moralize. It simply records widespread practice and the authoritative religious texts that validate these practices. It also seeks to motivate the reader to engage with Muslims in society through practical actions of Christian grace.

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  • World Religions And Cults Complete Set

    $47.97

    These three volumes are a must for laymen, church leaders, teachers, and students wanting to understand the trends in our culture and around the world where certain religions dominate, helping you discern truth and guard your faith. When you understand a religion’s origins and teachings, you are in a better position to know how to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ as you take the good news to those in false religions. Prepare yourself, your family, and your church to answer questions and share the gospel with non-Christian friends and skeptics, and defend against the rise of religions and cults in our culture.

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  • Quran In Context

    $35.00

    Mark Anderson explores the world of Mohammad as the context in which the Qur’an arose. After carefully exploring key facets of the Qur’anic worldview, he offers a nuanced understanding of how Jesus fits within it. His careful Christian response opens up a mutually respectful and informed place of dialogue between Christians and Muslims.

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  • Another Jesus Calling

    $14.95

    20 Chapters

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    Inspired by the New Age book God Calling, Sarah Young claims to be receiving messages from Jesus Christ which she compiled into what is now her best-selling book, Jesus Calling. Author Warren Smith carefully documents his concerns about her book, her “Jesus,” and the New Age implications contained in many of Young’s devotional messages. He also warns about the danger of contemplative prayer and in elevating spiritual experiences over the Word of God. “Another Jesus” Calling is his call for much needed discernment in these very deceptive times.

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  • If God Wills

    $10.00

    If God Wills” is an expression that comes to us from the Muslim world (“enshallah” in Arabic, meaning “If Allah Wills”) and connotes the hope that God is in control of our lives and world events. Pastor Kent Philpott has been studying Islam for fifteen years while maintaining his own deep Christian faith. This book is written for the Muslim reader to consider various aspects of his/her religion as found in the Qur’an and other traditional texts and cultural norms and compare them to what Jesus brings as found in the Bible and Christian history. Philpott does not condemn Muslims or attack the tenets of Islam or the prophet Muhammad but reaches out with care and concern with an offer of the love and grace of Jesus. This book is an excellent resource for Christian evangelists and apologists.

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  • Welcoming Other Religions

    $15.95

    The Benedictine monk Pierre-Francois de Bethune has dedicated his life to following the lead of the great pioneers of interreligious dialogue at the level of spiritual experience. Having practiced zazen and “Way of tea” assiduously for decades, he now leads readers along the path of spiritual hospitality, describing how welcoming other religions transformed him and brought him to rediscover the Gospel. In this volume, he evokes the spiritual journeys of some of the pioneers of interreligious dialogue, among them, Thomas Merton, Henri Le Saux, Raimon Panikkar, and Christian de Cherge and the monks of Tibhirine. In doing so, he proposes that their commitment to dialogue, hospitality, and welcoming the other corresponds to what the Gospel requires of the followers of Jesus.”

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  • Near Christianity : How Journeys Along Jewish Christian Borders Saved My Fa

    $18.99

    This is book is an exploration of Christianity alongside Jewish guides who are well-studied in and sympathetic to Christianity, but only ever “near Christianity.” Not only did the borders created by Jews and Judaism help to define early Christianity, even today dialogue with Jewish teachers continues to reveal the very heart of Christian identity. Using his journey within historical Jesus research and New Testament studies, Anthony Le Donne illustrates the value in continued Jewish guidance for the Christian life. With the help of Jewish friends and mentors, he has embraced a deeper and more complex Christian faith and gained a better vision of the beauty and genius of Christianity, but also of its warts and failings.

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  • No God But One Allah Or Jesus

    $19.99

    On account of the superficial points of agreement between Islam and Christianity, many don’t see how tremendously deep the divides between them really are, and fewer still have considered the evidence for each faith. How is Jihad different from the Crusades? Can we know the life of Jesus as well as the life of Muhammad? What reason is there to believe in one faith over the other, and what difference can the Gospel really make? In No God But One, New York Times bestselling author Nabeel Qureshi takes readers on a global, historical, yet deeply personal journey to the heart of the world’s two largest religions. He explores the claims that each faith makes upon believers’ intellects and lives, critically examining the evidence in support of their distinctive beliefs. Fleshed out with stories from the annals of both religions, No God But One unveils the fundamental, enduring conflict between Islam and Christianity-directly addressing controversial topics like Jihad, the Crusades, Sharia, the Trinity, and more. Readers of Qureshi’s first book, Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus, will appreciate his careful and respectful comparison of Islam and Christianity. Both religions teach that there is No God But One, but who deserves to be worshiped, Allah or Jesus?

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  • Asante Old Testament Sacrificial Systems

    $8.95

    This study is a comparative study of the asham sacrificial concepts of the Israelites (Jews) of the Old Testament times and the contemporary Asante religion of the Asante people of Ghana in West Africa. The results from the study show that there are similar ideas that the Israelite and the Asante religions have on guilt sacrifice. However, the reality must not be overlooked that there are significant differences in the practice of each of the religions. Even though the Israelites and Asante are similar in some of their religious concepts, they are dissimilar in reality and practice.

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  • Interpreting Scriptures In Judaism Christianity And Islam

    $120.00

    This comparative study traces Jewish, Christian, and Muslim scriptural interpretation from antiquity to modernity, with special emphasis on the pivotal medieval period. It focuses on three areas: responses in the different faith traditions to tensions created by the need to transplant scriptures into new cultural and linguistic contexts; changing conceptions of the literal sense and its importance vis-a-vis non-literal senses, such as the figurative, spiritual, and midrashic; and ways in which classical rhetoric and poetics informed – or were resisted in – interpretation. Concentrating on points of intersection, the authors bring to light previously hidden aspects of methods and approaches in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. This volume opens new avenues for interdisciplinary analysis and will benefit scholars and students of biblical studies, religious studies, medieval studies, Islamic studies, Jewish studies, comparative religions, and theory of interpretation.

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  • Unparalleled

    $15.00

    SKU (ISBN): 9780801008597Jared WilsonBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2016Publisher: Baker Publishing Group

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  • Post Traumatic Church Syndrome

    $16.99

    Written with humor and personality, this debut memoir recounts a woman’s spiritual quest of experiencing thirty religions before her thirtieth birthday. Post-Traumatic Church Syndrome is for questioners, doubters, misfits, and seekers of all faiths, and tackles the universal struggle to heal what life has broken.

    On her twenty-ninth birthday, while guests were arriving downstairs, Reba Riley was supposedly upstairs getting dressed. In actuality, she was slumped on the floor sobbing about everything from the meaning of life to the pile of dirty laundry on the floor.

    Life without God was crashing in on her. And she was sick and tired of feeling sick and tired. She uttered a desperate prayer, and then the idea came to her-thirty by thirty. And thus she embarked on a year-long quest to experience thirty religions by her thirtieth birthday. During her spiritual sojourn, Riley:

    -Was interrogated about her sex life by Amish grandmothers
    -Disco danced in a Buddhist temple
    -Fasted for thirty days without food-or wine
    -Washed her lady parts in a mosque bathroom
    -Was audited by Scientologists
    -Learned to meditate with an urban monk
    -Snuck into a Yom Kippur service with a fake grandpa in tow
    -And finally discovered she didn’t have to choose a religion to choose God

    In a debut memoir that is funny and earnest, Riley invites questioners, doubters, misfits, and curious believers to participate in the universal search to heal what life has broken. Post-Traumatic Church Syndrome takes you by the hand and reminds you that sometimes you first have to be lost in order to be found.

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  • Threat Of Islam To Liberty And Christianity

    $7.95

    Islam is one of the two greatest external threats to Christianity in the twenty-first century. Statism is the other. Though not as old as statism, Islam has been at war with Christianity since its inception by Mohammad in the seventh century. This booklet provides a brief overview of the history of Islam and its teachings in order to give proper context to this very grave danger that the free world and the Christian faith faces. The historical overview of Islam presented here-which includes the Crusades, important battles stopping Islam’s spread throughout Europe, and Muslims’ influence in American history-reveals that its aggressive expansion and conflict with Christianity are normal. The ideological and worldview comparison of Christianity and Islam shows that Christianity produces liberty, while Islam brings oppression. Many questions are also answered, such as: Is Islam a religion of peace? How should America deal with Islamic terrorists? What can we do regarding the threat of Islam to the Christian faith? Finally, there is good news: God is moving among many Muslims to bring them to Christ.

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  • If Allah Wills

    $10.00

    If Allah Wills” is an expression that comes to us from the Muslim world (enshallah in Arabic) and connotes the hope that God is in control of our lives and world events. Pastor Kent Philpott has been studying Islamic theology and practice for fifteen years, while maintaining his own deep Christian faith. This book is written for the Muslim reader to consider various aspects of his/her religion as found in the Qur’an and other traditional texts and cultural norms and compare them to what Jesus brings as found in the Bible and Christian history. Philpott does not condemn Muslims or attack the tenets of Islam or the prophet Muhammad but reaches out with care and concern with an offer of the love and grace of Jesus. This book is an excellent resource for Christian evangelists and apologists, especially to give away in the Muslim community (pocket-sized version available).

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  • Unrepentant

    $42.00

    -Ronald B. Stetton is an ordinary man with an extraordinary trust in the Father and his Son. Growing up agnostic, he had little need for God until his life was immersed in a series of personal tragedies and disappointments. When life stopped making sense Ronald chose to look upward for answers. Then something extraordinary happened. In 2008 the political climate was changing rapidly and a new face was dancing upon the world’s stage. Having a history unlike any other, this new political face had a rather intriguing history. Now firmly rooted in a steadfast trust for the God of heaven and His Son Jesus, Ronald made the decision to look deeper into this man’s religious background. It was then that Ronald purchased a Koran and began to read. Within the first few lines Ronald knew that life would never be the same. The mystery of God was unfolding before him…

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  • Unrepentant

    $24.99

    -Ronald B. Stetton is an ordinary man with an extraordinary trust in the Father and his Son. Growing up agnostic, he had little need for God until his life was immersed in a series of personal tragedies and disappointments. When life stopped making sense Ronald chose to look upward for answers. Then something extraordinary happened. In 2008 the political climate was changing rapidly and a new face was dancing upon the world’s stage. Having a history unlike any other, this new political face had a rather intriguing history. Now firmly rooted in a steadfast trust for the God of heaven and His Son Jesus, Ronald made the decision to look deeper into this man’s religious background. It was then that Ronald purchased a Koran and began to read. Within the first few lines Ronald knew that life would never be the same. The mystery of God was unfolding before him…

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  • Papa Dont Pope

    $14.00

    So, the pope is visiting the United States of America this week!
    But before you decide to buy an icon for your entryway or start bringing your rosary to church barbecues, you really ought to read this book. Papa Don’t Pope evaluates some of the most important issues between Roman Catholics and Protestants, including personal interpretation, apostolic succession, sola Scriptura, and so on. So this little book should be a huge help to anyone (Catholic or Protestant) with honest questions, as well as anyone looking to interact with the original Protestant vision.

    But what’s the point in stirring up differences between Geneva and Rome? Don’t we have enough division over church and theology already? The truth is, we don’t have nearly enough clear disagreement-because clear disagreement is a necessary step on the way to agreement. So you could say this book has a catholic purpose (even if the future is clearly Protestant).

    The classical Protestant expression is Soli Deo Gloria. Roman Catholics might prefer Ad Maiorem Dei Gloriam. May God hasten the day when we can all say amen to both.

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  • Seeking Shalom : The Journey To Right Relationship Between Cathlics And Jew

    $31.50

    In this book Philip Cunningham traces the remarkable developments in Christian-Jewish relations over the last fifty years. Centuries of antipathy and suspicion have largely given way to a new, mutually enriching relationship between the two ancient traditions of Judaism and Christianity.

    A specialist in Christian-Jewish relations, Cunningham tells this complex story in light of both Scripture and theology, including especially the disciplines of Christology, ecclesiology, and soteriology. His informed discussion covers the period from Vatican II, particularly its momentous 1965 Declaration on the Church’s Relationship to Non-Christian Religions (Nostra Aetate), up to the present day.

    After fifty years of significant dialogue, Cunningham suggests, Christians and Jews are now on the threshold of building true shalom between their two communities, experiencing the Holy One anew in each other’s distinctive and edifying ways of walking with God.

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  • Guide To Religious Thought And Practices

    $34.00

    A Guide to Religious Thought and Practices devotes a chapter to each of the world religions, all but one of which are written by a member of that faith community. Readers thus gain insiders’ views into the theology, spirituality, and religious practice of each faith.

    The introduction encourages respect and engagement with those of other faiths. It emphasizes the cultural nature of religion and its importance to society, and it notes the rise of interest in the study of religious traditions in the face of contemporary geopolitics. This book does not, however, attempt to address these politics, leaving the reader to think about and interpret the issues for themselves.

    The International Study Guides (ISGs) are clear and accessible resources, contextual and ecumenical in content and missional in direction. The contributors are theological educators who come from different countries and different religious backgrounds and bring practical emphasis alongside contemporary scholarly reflection.

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  • Textual History Of Christian Muslim Relations

    $44.00

    The question of Christian-Muslim relations is one of enduring importance in the twenty-first century. While there exists a broad range of helpful overviews on the question, these introductory texts often fail to provide readers with the depth that a thorough treatment of the primary sources and their authors would provide.

    In this important new project, Charles Tieszen provides a collection of primary theological sources devoted to the formational period of Christian-Muslim relations. It provides brief introductions to authors and their texts along with representative selections in English translation. The collection is arranged according to the key theological themes that emerge as Christians and Muslims encounter one another in the seventh to fifteenth centuries.

    The result is a resource that offers students a far better grasp of the texts early Christians and Muslims wrote about each other and a better understanding of the important theological themes that are pertinent to Christian-Muslim dialogue today.

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  • Dialogue Of Life

    $14.95

    A Dialogue of Life – Towards the encounter of Jews and Christians will motivate Jews and Christians to begin “the way of dialogue.” These pages provide accessible tools for anyone taking part in the encounter between people of different cultures or religions. It offers useful tools for those who work in the areas of education (teachers, professors, and catechists), as well as for families.

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  • Cross And The Cow Belt Of India

    $17.95

    The “Cow Belt” of India, so called because the majority of the people living in this region consider the cow to be sacred, stretches across the central plains of India. This land, the birthplace of Hinduism, is one rich in history but long ruled by superstition, false idols, the caste system, and the pursuit of nirvana. Through the arrivals of St. Thomas at the coast of Kerala in A.D. 52, Vasco da Gama on the west coast of India in 1498, and William Carey, the father of the modern missionary movement, in Bengal in 1793, God opened the door for Christianity to enter into the country, but yet even today, many in India’s heartland still worship a myriad of other gods and goddesses. Given Christianity’s past inroads, why has it not been able to successfully penetrate this region? And now that the Indian government has closed the country to foreign missionaries, how can native Christians fulfill Christ’s commission to preach the gospel to all people-including those in the Cow Belt? In “The Cross and the Cow Belt of India,” author Paul Pathickal, who lived in the region for fifteen years, seeks to answer these questions by surveying India’s unique history, religious system, and cultural distinctions-factors that make the Cow Belt one of the most challenging but ripe mission fields in the world today. In particular, he explores:
    * The origins of orthodox Hinduism
    * The Hindu scriptures
    * The many gods in Hindu worship
    * The doctrine of karma and rebirth
    * The caste system and politics in India

    The people of the Cow Belt can be reached for Christ, and in this book you will discover proven and practical strategies for how this can be accomplished. This book is a must-read for anyone interested in Indian missions!

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  • Elect Alex

    $8.00

    Elect Alex is a short book offering a new interpretation of both the Bible and the Quran. Author Alex J. Clark Jr. emphasizes peace, love, and kindness as a solution to the many crimes he sees in the world around us.

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  • Sense Of The Heart

    $62.99

    Whether like Paul’s experience on the road to Damascus or Wesley’s “strangely warmed heart,” the desire to meet or be met by God is as old as humanity. But America has been the fertile seed bed for what William James famously called “varieties of religious experience.” These experiences cover a wide spectrum from classic mysticism to revivalist conversion to a contemporary pursuit of spirituality. A Sense of the Heart traces the nature of religious experience from the colonial era to the present, defining its nature while describing common and distinct approaches in the work of various writers and practitioners. A Sense of the Heart offers a historical review of representative types of religious experience, the nature of such experiences and its impact on the American religious and cultural context as evident in awakenings, controversies, denominations, and new religious communities.

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  • Comprehending Christian Zionism

    $39.00

    Contents:
    1. Christian Zionism In Contemporary Perspective-Goran Gunner
    2. Saying ‘Peace’ When There Is No Peace-Elizabeth Phillips
    3. “A Fool For Christ”-Aron Engberg
    4. Broadcasting Jesus’ Return-Matt Westbrook
    5. Walking In The Mantle Of Esther: “Political” Action As “Religious” Practice-Sean Durbin
    6. Christian Zionism At Jerusalem Church In Copan Ruinas, Honduras, An “Out-of-the-Way” Place-William Girard
    7. Christian Zionist Pilgrimage In The Twenty-First Century-Curtis Hutt
    8. Living In The Hour Of Restoration-Faydra L. Shapiro
    9. Christian Zionism And Main Line Western Christian Churches-Rosemary Radford Ruether
    10. Palestinian Christian Reflections On Christian Zionism-Mitri Raheb
    11. From The Institutum Judaicum To The International Christian Embassy-Yaakov Ariel
    12. Mischief Making In Palestine-Mae Elise Cannon
    13. Israelis, Israelites, And God’s Hand In History-Timo R. Stewart
    14. The Rise Of Hitler, Zion, And The Tribulation-Gershon Greenberg
    15. Inverting The Eagle To Embrace The Star Of David-George Faithful
    16. Conclusion-Robert O. Smith

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    The issue of Christian Zionism is one that is fiercely debated within theology, the church, politics, and society. Comprehending Christian Zionism brings together an international consortium of scholars and researchers to reflect on the network of issues and topics surrounding this critical subject. The volume provides a lens on the history of Zionism within Christian theology and offers a constructive, multidimensional path for assessment and introspection around the meaning of Zionism to Christian faith and practice.

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  • Sermon On The Mount

    $19.44

    The Sermon on the Mount was possibly the first of the teachings of Jesus to his disciples,recorded in the New Testament. Here he outlines the nine Beatitudes concerning mercy,humility, honesty, generosity which are necessary for living. Qur’an, God’s Revelation to the Prophet Muhammad also details the characteristics necessary for living, and they are no different. Dr. Bell emphasizes the similarities between Christianity and Islam by examining the words of Qur’an and New Testament. He is available for lectures and talks on this subject, and can be reached at dsbell67@hotmail.com.

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  • Sermon On The Mount

    $9.44

    The Sermon on the Mount was possibly the first of the teachings of Jesus to his disciples,recorded in the New Testament. Here he outlines the nine Beatitudes concerning mercy,humility, honesty, generosity which are necessary for living. Qur’an, God’s Revelation to the Prophet Muhammad also details the characteristics necessary for living, and they are no different. Dr. Bell emphasizes the similarities between Christianity and Islam by examining the words of Qur’an and New Testament. He is available for lectures and talks on this subject, and can be reached at dsbell67@hotmail.com.

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  • Pzs Panopticon : An Off The Wall Guide To World Religion

    $12.99

    Imagine you have ten minutes to live. You’re in a near-death situation, like the patient who’s being operated on and suddenly finds himself looking down on the action as the doctors try to save his life. What do you need to know when your life’s end is near? What is there to know? What can this religion or that religion say to you when you really need some light? PZ’s Panopticon weighs the world’s organized religions, such as Christianity and Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism; but it also weighs “dead” religions like those of the Aztecs, the ancient Egyptians, and the Greeks and Romans. There are also religions that are not called religions, like money and fame and sex; family and your children; ideology; and power. PZ’s Panopticon is a wild ride. But it’s part of a trip we are all going to take.

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  • What Christians Can Learn From Other Religions

    $18.00

    Examining other religions provides Christians the opportunity to more deeply understand their own beliefs. Learning about other religions is not the same as learning from other religions, which can have great value to Christians who wish to strengthen their faith. In this book’s ten easy-to-read chapters, Wogaman shows readers what Christians can learn from different religions, such as Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, and even from atheism. From these religions Christians can achieve insight into love, sin, ritual, the importance of myth to convey truth, the foundational roots of Christianity, the dark side of Christian history, and many other important ways to see and interpret the world and to understand God. The book concludes with a chapter on what other religions can learn from Christianity. Perfect for church study groups, each chapter ends with questions for discussion.

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  • Understanding Islam And Christianity

    $16.99

    For years, international apologist Josh McDowell has been alert to the challenge of Islam–and how Muslims’ objections to Christianity can raise deep doubts in believers’ minds. His recent on-the-ground research with Muslims in the Middle East has crystallized into this practical resource focusing on Jesus and the gospel. Aided by Islam expert Jim Walker, McDowell lays out the evidence on the crucial issues:
    *What kind of prophet was Jesus? Was he the Messiah?
    *”Son of God”? “Son of Man”? What’s that about?
    *How are God and Jesus related? Can they both be God?
    *The gospel–how could God dishonor his Son by letting him die horribly? What good did his death do?
    *Aren’t the Bible’s accounts of Jesus corrupt?

    With all this, as well as backgrounder appendixes on the basics, believers will have authoritative evidence from Scripture and history to intelligently deal with Muslims’ questions about and challenges to Christianity.

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  • Ox Herder And The Good Shepherd

    $16.50

    A thoughtful, fascinating take on spiritual truth

    In the twelfth century, the Chinese Zen master Kakuan Shien produced the pictures, poems, and commentaries we know as the Ten Ox-Herding Pictures. They were taken to Japan and became the standard version of these icons, tracing a universally recognizable path of contemplative spirituality.

    Addison Hodges Hart argues that there is a similar spiritual vision between the Ten Ox-Herding Pictures and the teachings of Christ. Authentic spiritual life must begin with an inner transformation of one’s self, leading to an outward life that is natural and loving. In The Ox-Herder and the Good Shepherd Hart shares the fruit of his years of reflection on the simple, beautiful, humble, humorous, and joyful Ten Ox-Herding Pictures, presenting as they do a perennial parable through art.

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  • Torah The Gospel And The Quran

    $30.99

    A well-thought-out Christian plea for interreligious unity

    Discussing the Bible and the Qur’an in one breath will surprise some Jews, Christians, and Muslims. But Anton Wessels argues that all three traditions must read the Scriptures together and not against each other. As his book title suggests, the three books, in the end, are actually one tale.

    Wessels accepts Muhammad as a prophet and takes the Qur’an seriously as Holy Scripture along with the Old and New Testaments — without giving up his own Christian convictions. Respectfully reading the Torah, the Gospel, and the Qur’an together, he argues, is of crucial importance: our world often sees these religious books as the cause of conflicts rather than the solution to them.

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  • Finding God Among Our Neighbors

    $34.00

    Students of theology live in a world defined by interreligious dialogue. This supplemental theology text prepares students for the real task of understanding and articulating their Christian beliefs in a religiously and culturally diverse world.

    Concentrating on the anchoring subjects of God, creation, and humanity, she explores these loci in the broader context of interreligious dialogue with Hinduism, Judaism, Buddhism, and Islam to better understand the Christian tradition.

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  • Age Of The Sages

    $29.00

    Preface/Timeline
    Introduction: What Was The Axial Age?

    Part One-West Asia
    The Noble Ones * The World Of Zoroaster * Zoroaster’s Legacy

    Part Two-South Asia Preaxial India * The Start Of The Indian Axial Age * Death And Rebirth * The Quest For Liberation * The Vedantic Solution * The One And The Many * The Life Of Siddhartha Gautama * “I Am Awake” * Why We Suffer * The Noble Path * From Buddha To Buddhism * Jainism

    Part Three-East Asia East Asia Before The Axial Age * The World Of Confucius * The Foundations Of Confucianism * The Cultivation Of Virtue * Early Confucianism And The Rise Of Daoism * The Daodejing * Daoist Politics And Mysticism

    Conclusion: Reflections On The Axial Age Glossary/Index

    Additional Info
    By setting traditions and thinkers such as Zoroaster, Gautama Buddha, Confucius, Pythagoras, and others side by side, we are able to see more clearly the questions with which they struggled, their similarities and differences, and how their ideas have influenced religious thought down to our day.

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  • Jews Christians And Muslims In Encounter

    $60.00

    This book addresses the state of play in Jewish-Christian relations as well as reflections on the more recent encounter with Islam. It brings together a number of inter-related themes in the writings of Ed Kessler, starting in 1998.

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  • Love Sex And Marriage

    $28.99

    In all three Abrahamic faiths, Judaism, Christianity and Islam, marriage is part of God’s plan for humanity, as illustrated in the Hebrew Scriptures, the New Testament, and the Koran as well as the religious literature of these three traditions. It is viewed as a sacred bond as well as a means to personal fulfilment. It is more than a legal contract, rather an institution with cosmic significance, legitimized through divine authority. In Judaism, Christianity and Islam, the purpose of marriage is to build a home, create a family and thereby perpetuate society. Yet, despite the similarity of perception in the great monotheistic faiths, there are important differences. In this book three scholars outline sex law, betrothal and marriage, family life and the understanding of divorce in these traditions and discuss the differences between them in a student-friendly and accessible way.

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  • Mount And Mountain 2

    $19.00

    SKU (ISBN): 9781573126540Michael Smith | Rami ShapiroBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2013Publisher: Smyth & Helwys Publishing Print On Demand Product

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  • Origins Of Humans And Their Religions

    $32.00

    13 Chapters

    Additional Info
    Notwithstanding the legitimacy of some, there presently are more religions than there have ever been; most likely more than anyone back then may have thought there could ever be. To try to understand or figure out how, from where, or from what each one came to be is daunting to even simply consider. The best way to do so, as the saying goes, is to start at the beginning.

    In Origins of Humans and Their Religions by Edward R. French, the author retraces the history of religion itself, from the inception of Indian religions and philosophies in approximately 3200 B.C until the inception of Bahaism in mid-1800s. To apparently paint a more vivid picture of the aforementioned topic, the author also discusses the topics of “indigenous beliefs,” “nonreligious beliefs,” “minor beliefs,” and explains how he claims the “ailing world” can be “saved.”

    In a world where the intolerance of adherents to different religions persistently grows, Dr. French’s work inspires hope for the future, where better and deeper understanding of each religion is possible, paving the way for acceptance of every religion by everyone.

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  • Cross In The Shadow Of The Crescent

    $16.99

    Islam is on the rise all over the West, including America. In this compelling new book, best-selling author, Erwin Lutzer, urges Christians to see this as both an opportunity to share the gospel and a reason for concern. We have now reached a tipping point, the spread of Islam is rapidly altering the way we live. These changes are cause for alarm, for they endanger our freedoms of speech and religion. At the same time, this opens an incredible door of ministry for Christians, for Muslims normally do not have access to the gospel in their own lands. In The Cross in the Shadow of the Crescent, readers will discover helpful answers to these questions and more:

    – How does Islams growing influence affect me personally?
    – In what ways are our freedoms of speech and religion in danger?
    – How can I extend Christ’s love to Muslims around me?

    A sensitive, responsible, and highly informative must-read!

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  • Challenge Of Islam

    $6.99

    Mostly only those who have lived within Islamic communities and have studied their primary documents (Quran, Hadith and Sira) can appreciate what is happening as revivalist classic Islam spreads its message and activities around the world. Western Christian religious leaders, preoccupied with domestic issues internal to their own movements, mostly don’t understand. Some hope the whole issue will just go away. Others with a more universalist outlook imagine that with minor cultural adjustments, we can all live happily together forever after. So when the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, suggested that aspects of Shariah Law were inevitable for Britain, other religious leaders briefly noted his comments before returning to former preoccupations. In the same country, when British Baptist pastor, David Pawson said Britain would become Islamic unless the church changed, even evangelical leaders berated him. Some Christian leaders disagreed. But Muslim leaders optimistically suggested that it wouldn’t happen for 5 to 10 years! Jay Smith, who regularly debates Muslim apologists in the public forum of Hyde Park in London and elsewhere, notes that Christian protestant Theological Colleges are still focused on Reformation controversies of four centuries ago. Although Islam is rapidly gaining traction around the world, not one Christian college which trains the next generation of Christian leaders, is yet, teaching a course on Islamic apologetics. This book is an attempt to help the busy reader to understand what is happening and in general terms, how Christians need to respond. Not to do so could mean that our children, or more certainly our grandchildren, may grow up not in countries which for centuries have been sustained by a Judeo-Christian worldview, but in those increasingly dominated by Islamic ideology.
    Chapters: 1 – The Islamic Challenge
    2 – The Challenge of Politics
    3 – The Challenge of Finance
    4 – The Challenge of Demographics
    5 – The Challenge of Religion
    6 – How has this happened?
    7 – How may we respond?
    What others are saying: In The Challenge Of Islam, Stuart Robinson issues a clarion call to Christians everywhere to wake up, open their eyes to the gathering storm clouds of a global Islamic resurgence, and determine to make the Great Commission their first priority. To ignore this timely and urgent call is to sow a bitter harvest for future generations, but those who heed it will reap the reward of participating in one of t

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  • Can Only One Religion Be True

    $24.00

    Contributors
    Preface
    Acknowledgments
    Can Only One Religion Be True? Considering This Question By Robert B. Stewart
    1. Can Only One Religion Be True?: A Dialogue
    2. Theologies Of Religious Diversity: Toward A Catholic And Catholic Assessment
    3. No Other Name: The Gospel And True Religions
    4. General Revelation, Inclusivism, Pluralism, And Postmodernism
    5. Is Christianity The Only True Religion, Or One Among Others?
    6. John Hick’s Monotheistic Shadow
    7. Why The World Is Not Religiously Ambiguous: A Critique Of Religious Pluralism
    8. Has Normative Religious Pluralism A Rationale?
    9. Religious Diversity And The Futility Of Neutrality
    10. Can The Jews Be The Chosen People Of God?

    Additional Info
    This volume highlights points of agreement and disagreement on the subject of religious pluralism. The dialogue partners in the discussion are Paul F. Knitter, Paul Tillich Professor of Theology, World Religions, and Culture at Union Theological Seminary, and Harold A Netland, professor of Mission and Evangelism and director of Intercultural Studies at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois.

    A transcript of the March 2009 Point-Counterpoint event between Knitter and Netland allows the reader to see how each presents his position in light of the others, as well as their responses to selected audience questions. The balance of the volume is comprised of substantive essays on various facets of the question of religious pluralism from a diverse set of scholars. The Greer Heard Point-Counterpoint series takes pride in presenting a fair and balanced case for both sides of complex issues, and in providing the tools for students and scholars to form their own conclusions.

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  • Is Mormonism Christian

    $33.95

    A familiar sight in America today is seeing two young men wearing ties, white shirts with name tags, and black pants pedaling their bicycles through towns and neighborhoods. Most recognize the uniform of young Mormon missionaries on their two-year mission seeking to promote and convert anyone willing to listen to their story. What is becoming increasingly familiar is the rise of entertainment and political figures also identifying themselves as practicing Mormons.

    What is difficult for many Americans is deciding whether the gospel the LDS Church has promoted over the past two centuries is the same gospel proclaimed by traditional Christian churches over the past two millennia. Are they sincere Christians, a non-Christian cult, or something else altogether?

    This book seeks to provide an understanding of the history and basic beliefs of traditional Christianity and compare them to the history and beliefs of Mormonism.

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  • Is Mormonism Christian

    $17.95

    A familiar sight in America today is seeing two young men wearing ties, white shirts with name tags, and black pants pedaling their bicycles through towns and neighborhoods. Most recognize the uniform of young Mormon missionaries on their two-year mission seeking to promote and convert anyone willing to listen to their story. What is becoming increasingly familiar is the rise of entertainment and political figures also identifying themselves as practicing Mormons.

    What is difficult for many Americans is deciding whether the gospel the LDS Church has promoted over the past two centuries is the same gospel proclaimed by traditional Christian churches over the past two millennia. Are they sincere Christians, a non-Christian cult, or something else altogether?

    This book seeks to provide an understanding of the history and basic beliefs of traditional Christianity and compare them to the history and beliefs of Mormonism.

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  • Comparative Religious Ethics

    $49.00

    1. Ethics And Spirituality In Religion
    2. Religions On Food, Fasting, And Feasting
    3. Religions On Making Work Human
    4. Religions On Body Covering, Appearance, And Identity
    5. Religions On Sexuality And Marriage
    6. Religions On Making And Keeping Families
    7. Religions On Anger And Violence
    8. Religions On Charity And Beggars

    Additional Info
    The study of comparative religious ethics is at a critical juncture, given the growing awareness of non-Christian ethical beliefs and practices and their bearing on social change. Christine Gudorf is at the forefront of rendering comparative-and competing-religious beliefs meaningful for students, especially in the area of ethics.

    Unlike other texts, Gudorf’s work focuses on common, everyday issues-including food and diet, work, sex and marriage, proper dress, anger and violence, charity, family, and infirmity and the elderly-while drawing out ethical implications of each and demonstrating how different religious traditions prescribe rules for action. An introductory chapter reviews standard ethical theory and core elements of comparative religious analysis. Each chapter opens with a riveting real-life case and shows how religious ethics can shed light on how to handle the larger issues, without determining for the reader what a proper ethical response might be.

    Helpful pedagogy, including summaries, questions, and list of readings, along with special chapter features, charts and photographs and a glossary, combine to make this new text most suitable for the wide array of courses in comparative religious ethics.

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  • Do We Worship The Same God

    $21.50

    Often the differences between the three Abrahamic religions — Judaism, Christianity, and Islam — seem more obvious than their commonalities, leading to the question “Do we worship the same God?” Can the answer be “yes” without denying our differences? This volume brings Jewish, Christian, and Muslim philosophers and theologians together to answer this question, offering rare insight into how representatives of each religion view the other monotheistic faiths. Each of their contributions uniquely approaches the primary question from a philosophical perspective that is informed by the practice of worship and prayer. Concepts covered include “sameness” and “oneness,” the nature of God, epistemology, and the Trinity. Do We Worship the Same God? models serious-minded, honest, and respectful interreligious dialogue and gives us new ways to address an ongoing question.

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  • Do Jews Christians And Muslims Worship The Same God

    $19.99

    Most Jews, Muslims, and Christians are devoted and faithful. Still, on any given day, it’s difficult to avoid the vigorous and heated disputes between them, whether over the “Ground Zero” mosque, lobbying state legislatures against Sharia law, sharing worship space, dissecting the fallout of the Arab Spring, protecting civil rights, or challenging the authority of sacred texts. With so much rancor, can there be any common ground? Do they even worship the same God? And can religion, which often is so divisive, be any help at all?

    Four internationally known scholars set out to tackle these deceptively simple questions in an accessible way. Some scholars argue that while beliefs about God may differ, the object of worship is ultimately the same. However, these authors take a more pragmatic view. While they may disagree, they nevertheless assert that whatever the answers to these questions, the three faiths must find the will (politically, socially, and personally) to tolerate differences.

    Perhaps what can help us move forward as pluralistic peoples is a focus on the goal – peace with justice for all.

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  • Mount And Mountain 1

    $15.00

    A reverend and a rabbi start a blog… (stop us if you’ve heard this one before). As it happens, not long ago Baptist minister Michael Smith and Jewish rabbi Rami M. Shapiro actually didinitiate the blog conversation “Mount and Mountain.” The blog recorded a long-running dialogue between Mike and Rami in which the pair interpreted, argued about, and interrogated two key texts drawn from the canons of their respective religions: the Ten Commandments from the Torah, and the Sermon on the Mount from the Gospel of St. Matthew.

    This book, focused on the Ten Commandments, represents the first half of that dialogue. In Mount and Mountain, Volume One, Mike and Rami discuss the nature of divinity, the power of faith, and the necessity of doubt. From the beauty of myth and story to the achievements, failings, and future of religion, above all they both wrestle with the struggle to live ethically and in harmony with the way of God.

    Reading along, we are invited to take part, to add our own voices and experience to the task of interpretation, and to craft our own meanings from the text of Exodus. And if, as readers, we take that text in our own directions, we move toward a richer understanding not only of Scripture but also of God and godliness.

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  • Understanding World Religions In 15 Minutes A Day

    $14.00

    User-Friendly Beginner’s Guide to World Religions

    The world is becoming more integrated. What once seemed like the religions of exotic faraway lands are now practiced by families next door. These short, easily digestible readings give an overview of the beliefs, histories, and practices of dozens of religions, including Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, Christianity, and many more. Garry Morgan blends the knowledge of a college professor with real-world experience and an accessible style. Broken into forty brief chapters, this book can be used as a reference for those who need quick and clear answers or read straight through by curious readers.

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  • Christianity And The Religions

    $17.99

    The essays in this book take a fresh look at the biblical data and address the contemporary questions raised by religious pluralism. The reader will gain a greater understanding of different religions and gain an increased confidence in the majesty and greatness of the one true God.

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  • Gospel For Muslims

    $17.99

    SKU (ISBN): 9781850788805Steve BellBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2012Publisher: Authentic Print On Demand Product

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  • Brotherhood In Islam

    $13.00

    Are you satisfied with your relationship with God? Ahmed Shendy Yousef believes that this relationship is the cornerstone for improving our individual lives and solving the crises of our societies, such as poverty, crime, and corruption. In his book, The Brotherhood in Islam, Message to the Jews, Christians, and Muslims, he calls people of all faiths to unite under their common beliefs to work toward change in our world. Regardless of individual beliefs, all three monotheistic religions, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, were given to help us carry out God’s mission and to teach us how to live in peace and harmony. Through The Brotherhood in Islam, Message to the Jews, Christians, and Muslims, Yousef provides initiative steps for immediate changes that can improve our societies. He believes that we can save our world if we seek God s guidance truthfully and sincerely.

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  • Fig Tree Blossoms

    $14.99

    SKU (ISBN): 9780984929443Paul LibermanBinding: Trade PaperPublished: 2012Publisher: Kudu Publishing Print On Demand Product

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