Archive for the ‘Creation’ Category

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New book available: Living On The Edge

October 22, 2013

Living On The Edge: a book for doubting Christians

Today Christians in the Western world are typically living in a post-Christian society. Christian beliefs are met with skepticism, and people see little reason to believe. Christians are confronted with daily challenges to their faith, and often struggle to understand the relevance of Christianity to modern life. Professional surveys indicate the following reasons why young Christians lose their faith.

  • Overprotective churches
  • Shallow church experience
  • Antagonism towards science
  • Simplistic teaching on morality
  • Christianity seems exclusive
  • Not treating doubters kindly

This 600 page book (written in English), addresses those concerns, providing evidence upholding and defending Christian beliefs and values, and proving they are relevant to the modern world. It is aimed at Christians struggling with faith and re-assessing their beliefs, as well as Christians who are interested in building a stronger faith. It is also useful for Christians who want a book to show their non-Christian friends that the Christian faith is reasonable.

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Living On The Edge: challenges to faith

September 1, 2013

Today Christians in the Western world are typically living in a post-Christian society. Christian beliefs are met with skepticism, and people see little reason to believe. Christians are confronted with daily challenges to their faith, and often struggle to understand the relevance of Christianity to modern life.

The book ‘Living On The Edge: challenges to faith‘ (due to be printed in November 2013), addresses those concerns. For an overview of the book, click here.

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Article: In The Beginning (3/3)

April 4, 2007

In the Beginning:  The Father’s Wisdom

Summary: The punishment of Adam and Eve is examined as the first record of suffering in the Bible, and as the model for understanding suffering in a Scriptural context. This introduces the Biblical response to the so called ‘problem of evil’.A considerable amount of evidence is provided to demonstrate that the Bible’s teaching on dealing with discipline, suffering and evil is both realistic and psychologically sound, and should therefore be considered an authoritative guide to human behaviour.

Article here.

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Article: In The Beginning (2/3)

April 3, 2007

In The Beginning: The Evidence

Summary: A large body of evidence is provided showing that the Biblical account of creation is reliable. Aside from the critical importance of its theological message, the Scriptural record is proved to contain significant historical and cosmological truths, providing strong evidence that there is a God, that He created the universe, and that He is personally involved in the lives of the human creation.

Article here.

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Article: In The Beginning (1/3)

April 2, 2007

In The Beginning: The Character Of God

Summary: The Biblical account of creation and fall is examined (Genesis 1-3), and the implications for our knowledge of God and the universe are assessed. It is shown that Genesis 1-3 reveal to us the character of God, and the way in which He wishes us to be personally involved with His plan and purpose. It is demonstrated that He is not an impersonal force, but a loving and caring Father who cares for us as His children.

Article here.