Does Science Undermine Faith
Many people assume that science ‘disproves’ the idea of God, and that we no longer need faith in order to understand the world or why we are in it. Roger Trigg examines these assumptions and considers whether recent developments in science may in fact support religious faith. He goes on to consider the increasing scientific evidence for the inherent orderliness and comprehensibility of the universe, which leads him to ask an even more radical question: Might there be aspects of religious belief that can help to support our science?
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SKU (ISBN): 9780281078684
Binding: Trade Paper
Published: May 2019
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Power Of Knowing God$17.99Add to cart
When God calls you and me to know Him and experience Him, He wants more than a fan club. He wants an intimate relationship.
You go to church, read your Bible, and participate in Bible study groups–yet you still feel something is missing in your relationship with God. You want more.
Dr. Tony Evans believes knowing God fully should be everyone’s life ambition. He has developed a strategy for living victoriously as a child of God and he wants to equip you with the right tools for success in pursuing a personal and authentic relationship with the Savior.
Develop the kind of relationship that goes beyond intellectual knowledge, emotions, and actions as you…
*cultivate a more heartfelt closeness to God
*experience the power of His presence
*connect in an abiding relationship with Jesus
As you become more intimately bonded in love with God, you will come to know Him as He really is.
Divorce Care : Hope Help And Healing During And After Your Divorce$15.99Add to cart
Divorce. More than half of all marriages end in this painful way-even among church-goers; chances are, you or someone you know has been through it. That’s why Steve Grissom founded DivorceCare(R) and has now partnered with Kathy Leonard to write DivorceCare. This 365-day devotional offers help and healing, focusing on thirteen core issues people going through divorce must face. Dozens of today’s most-respected and well-known Christian leaders and psychologists-including Kay Arthur, Dr. Tim Clinton, Dr. David Seamonds, Dr. H. Norman Wright, Dr. Tony Evans-have contributed writings, making this a thoughtful, Christ-centered volume. Complete with insight and personal testimonies from those who have found healing in the midst of their pain, this book is an encouraging gift for anyone struggling with divorce, no matter what stage they may currently be going through.
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Transform your understanding of God from head knowledge to heart knowledge
Prayer is vital to your ability to deepen your faith. God gave you this incredible tool not just so you can ask Him to meet your needs, but so you can more fully recognize His role in your life as father, provider, and friend.
In Prayers for Knowing God, pastor and author Dr. Tony Evans is here to guide you through the dynamic use of biblically based prayer to better understand your Creator. These thoughtful and intentional prayers are designed to help you experience God’s character and nature on a spiritual, emotional, and individual level, and reflect daily on the work He is doing in your life.
Faithful prayer will keep you growing in your relationship with God no matter how long you’ve followed Him. This book will help transform your walk as a Christian, putting the knowledge you’ve gained from Scripture into practice through an active, personal connection to your heavenly Father.*
Can be used in companion with The Power of Knowing God
Kingdom Disciples : Heavens Representatives On Earth$16.00Add to cart
The missing key to Christianity in America
There is a missing key in Christianity today. It is a critical key, and its absence has led to weak believers, disintegrating families, ineffective churches, and a decaying culture. Without the full use of this key, we lack the tools needed to fully live as heaven’s representatives on earth.
That missing key is discipleship. In Kingdom Disciples, Tony Evans outlines a simple, actionable definition of discipleship to help the church fulfill its calling. Readers will learn:
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It is the goal of this book Kingdom Disciples to call believers and churches back to our primary, divinely ordained responsibility to be disciples and make disciples. Only when we take seriously this assignment will the world see heaven at work on earth. Will you accept the assignment?
Useful for base material in a course on discipleship.