No one would dare to suggest that C.C Lewis’ Mere Christianity is anything less than a brilliant explanation and defense of the Christian faith. But as robust, wise and ardent as it is, still, it is incomplete. It begins our banquet at the table of the lord, but doesn’t take us all the way to the final course.
Issues In Contemporary Christian Thought
For anyone interested in how Christianity got to where it is today and where it might be going in the future, Duane Olson provides a well written and compelling road map through the labyrinth of competing theological perspectives.
Who is the Devil?
In these terrifying pages written over half a century ago, Nicolas Corte gives you incontrovertible proof that Satan exists, that he and his legions of devils assault you daily, and that by means of relentless attacks- overwhelming and subtle- they intend to corrupt you, damn you, and drag you into Hell along with those you love and all the rest of mankind.
Abandonment To Divine Providence
this special volume of the famous spiritual treatise also includes the many insightful letters of father de Caussade on the practice of self abandonment. These numerous letters provide a great additional source of wisdom and practical guidance for how to grow in abandonment and to deepen our union with God in our daily lives.
In Heresy Michael Coren explores why and how Christians and Christian ideas are caricatured in popular media as well as in sophisticated society. He takes on, and debunks, ten myths about Christianity: That it supports slavery, is racist, sexist, homophobic, anti-intellectual, anti-scientific and anti-Semitic.