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  • Why Christians Should Care about Their Jewish Roots


    Why should you care about the Jewish roots of Christianity? Jesus was Jewish. Most of the Bible was written by Jews and in Hebrew. Most of the early Christian leaders were Jews. Even Paul, called the Apostle to the Gentiles, would visit the synagogue first and preach there, and he wrote with great passion about…

  • Why Doesn’t God Do Something?: A Bold and Honest Look at the Eternal Question


    Many people have serious questions about whether prayer works and how it does. This book, based on 55 years of the author’s ministry looks at providing a way to ask challenging questions within one’s faith. “Through the course of over fifty-five years of pastoral ministry,” says the author, Dr. Ron Higdon, “many have come to…

  • Why Four Gospels?


    A short but thorough discussion of the order in which the gospels were written, challenging the dominant view, which is Markan priority.

  • Will You Join the Cause of Global Missions?


    Everyone is called to be a missionary, and that call comes at the same time as the call to follow Jesus. The church in America has come to depend on professionals to “do ministry.” In many churches, the pastor, paid to do the job, is the one who is expected to carry out all functions…

  • Worshiping with Charles Darwin


    Worshiping with Charles Darwin: Sermons and Essays Touching on Matters of Faith and Science, shows why and how we can logically and religiously embrace both. Dr. Robert D. Cornwall uses mind and heart, empirical evidence and Scripture to cogently guide pastors, theologians, lay leaders, and congregants through the troubling waters of one of the most…

  • Wounded by Truth – Healed by Love


    Speak. Don’t speak. Proclaim your faith. A private faith. Be wise as serpents. Be innocent as doves. Yes, Jesus’ teachings can often be seen as an excellent example of a paradox. Author David Cartwright shares his life long study of the gospels from elementary school through seminary and as a pastor. … the question, “What…