This unique book demonstrates, with an easy-flowing style, that Moral Absolutes must exist and God is the necessary ground for unchanging moral norms.
"The Sure Existence of Moral Absolutes: The Proof God Exists" provides precise arguments in a simple to understand manner--step-by-step ways to demonstrate that God exists.
This volume helps you refute:
3. False religions
Sometimes Jesus talked about the kingdom of God as if it were already here, and sometimes he talked as if it were far in the future. Which is it, and how does it affect life right now? Another way to approach the question is to observe that Jesus preached about the kingdom of God, but his disciples preached about Jesus. Why this difference in focus, and why does it matter for us today?
Abort73.com founder and director, Michael Spielman, explains why abortion-vulnerable children are as qualified to wear the "least of these" label as any victim class in the world. Whatever we fail to do in their defense, we fail to do for Christ.
A book for Christians who want the biblical message to be their guide on their journey through life. A guide to knowing God as He has revealed Himself in his Word (John 17:3). This book outlines what Christians believe, bringing it across in the language of today. Suitable for various uses, such as Bible study groups, pre/post-confession courses and personal Bible study.
In this short devotional, best-selling Christian author Martin Roth uses the resounding words of Psalm 18 – in which David praises God for victory in battle – to examine some of the ethical issues of Christianity and warfare.
Many people, Christians included, think that the American Church only cares about abortion and gay marriage. How did this come to be? In this essay, Christian apologist Anthony Horvath makes the following argument: Many of the other issues that Christians care about have been turned over to the State to administer, such as education and charity.
Christian ethics is a healthy and holistic study of an understanding of the moral attributes of God, the relation between God and human morality, and most importantly, a critical reflective account of the content of human morality as lived, or aspired to, by Christians. It is a more systematic study of the Christian faith and its application to daily life.