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📒God S Outrageous Claims ✍ Lee Strobel
✏God s Outrageous Claims Book Summary : Take the Bible seriously and you'll discover that God makes some pretty amazing claims about you -- and about what he wants to do in your life. God's Outrageous Claims examines important assertions that can transform your life into an adventure of faith, growth, and lasting fulfillment. Discover how to grow in virtue, relate to others with authenticity, and make a real difference in the midst of a culture that's unraveling at the seams. God's Outrageous Claims is your guide to an exciting and challenging spiritual journey that can change you and your world profoundly.
📒Claimed By God ✍ Jane Evans
✏Claimed by God Book Summary :
✏An Examination of the Principal Arguments Claimed in Support of the Doctrines of Total Hereditary Depravity the Trinity and Atonement Book Summary :
📒The Diamond Book Of Hindu Gods And Goddesses ✍ Suresh Narain Mathur
✏The Diamond Book of Hindu Gods and Goddesses Book Summary :
📒Battle Of The Gods ✍ Robert A. Morey
✏Battle of the Gods Book Summary : The first major book that exposes process theology as a heretical revival of plantonic religion. Dr. Morey gives a solid exegetical and philosophical refutation of process thought and Neo-Processian, such as the open view of God. It is recommended by Walter Martin, D. James Kennedy, John Ankebrerg, Norman Giesler, etc.
📒Jesus Among Other Gods ✍ Ravi Zacharias
✏Jesus Among Other Gods Book Summary : In a world with so many religions, why Jesus? We are living in a time when you can believe anything, as long as you do not claim it to be true. In the name of “tolerance,” our postmodern culture embraces everything from Eastern mysticism to New Age spirituality. But as Ravi Zacharias points out, such unquestioning acceptance of all things spiritual is absurd. All religions, plainly and simply, cannot be true. Jesus Among Other Gods provides the answers to the most fundamental claims about Christianity, such as: Aren’t all religions fundamentally the same? Was Jesus who He claimed to be? Can one study the life of Christ and demonstrate conclusively that He was and is the way, the truth, and the life? In each chapter, Zacharias considers a unique claim that Jesus made and then contrasts the truth of Jesus with the founders of Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism with compelling insight and passionate conviction. In addition to an impressive breadth of reading and study, he shares his personal journey from despair and meaninglessness to his discovery that Jesus is who He said He is. “In Jesus Among Other Gods, Ravi Zacharias demonstrates that he is one of the most intellectually gifted as well as spiritually sensitive writers of today’s leading apologists for the Christian faith. Zacharias brings alive the unique power of the claims of Jesus about himself and the utter relevance of his message today for the human condition.” — David Aikman, author of Great Souls
📒Heretics And Heresies From The Gods And Other Lectures ✍ Robert Green Ingersoll
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📒From Your Gods To Our Gods ✍ Marco Ventura
✏From Your Gods to Our Gods Book Summary : The global world debates secularism, freedom of belief, faith-based norms, the state's arbitration of religious conflicts, and the place of the sacred in the public sphere. In facing these issues, Britain, India, and South Africa stand out as unique laboratories. They have greatly influenced the rest of the world. As single countries and together as a whole, the three have moved from the colonial clash of antagonistic religions (of your gods) to an era when it has become impossible to dissociate your god from my god. Today both belong to the same blurred reality of our gods. Through a narrative account of British, South African, and Indian court cases from 1857 to 2009, the author draws an unconventional history of the process leading from the encounter with the gods of the other to the forging of a postmodern, common, and global religion. Across ages, borders, faiths, and laws, the three countries have experienced the ambivalent interaction of society, politics, and beliefs. Hence the lesson the world might learn from them: our gods promise an idealized purity, but they can only become real in the everyday creation of mixed identities, hybrid deities, and shared fears and hopes.
📒Moses Was A Right Wing Conservative ✍ John L. Plough
✏Moses Was a Right Wing Conservative Book Summary : Few characters in history have had such a profound effect on the modern world, as Moses. In popular film he has been portrayed by Mel Brooks, Charlton Heston, and recently Val Kilmer. The worlds three major religions all claim him as a prophet and a founding father of their beliefs. Recently the line dividing the conservative from the liberal has become a little fuzzy. It is time we as a nation look to a great conservative leader of the past for guidance. Moses Was a Right-Wing Conservative seeks to demonstrate by analysis of the first five books of the bible what views Moses might have held on the topics that divide us today. The reader will learn about Moses' positions on Liberalism, taxes, leadership, atheism, sex, marriage, tolerance and family values. These and other topics are covered in a way that polarizes the differences between the liberals and conservatives in a 'Non Politically Correct' satirical format. The reader will be educated, inflamed and entertained at the same time.
📒Claimed A Nectar For The Gods Short Story ✍ Sophie Kisker
✏Claimed A Nectar for the Gods short story Book Summary : Dreams fill her nights. Nightmares fill her days. The only thing worse than being a human nectar slave on Anteros is being bought by a tentacled alien. Now Keelie Johnson is being carried away from everyone she knows. All she has left are dreams of two Anterrin men whose faces she never sees. Siridin Sens is fleeing Anteros. When he finds a wrecked ship with a nectar slave survivor, it's a complication he doesn't need. She's disobedient, even after trips over his knees for a thorough spanking. And when she starts telling stories of hearing a ghost, he's had enough, and vows to get rid of her as soon as he can. But the universe has other plans. Can Keelie convince Siridin that her dreams carry a message for him, too? Can Siridin save Keelie after he makes the biggest mistake of his life? This 20,000-word novella is from the Nectar for the Gods series, though it can be read as a standalone. It has themes of D/s, explicit sex, spankings, and menage (M/f/M). Previously published as "The Ghost in the Stars" in the Alien Alphas anthology.