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A Visit To Nicaea

Author : C. Ray Wimberly, PhD
ISBN : 9781977215130
Genre : Religion
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This book “A Visit to Nicaea” is a search for truths and untruths in the Bible. Originally written by unknown Jewish scribes in the Hebrew and Greek languages, the Bible is the only source for many ancient and religious events. Nicaea was a small town in the 4th century AD, located near the Turkish city of İznik about 80 miles SE of Constantinople, and was the site where religious leaders convened in 325 CE to begin the process of creating the first Christian Bible. The Bible was finally canonized in 419 AD and Christianity was declared to be the official religion of the empire. Christianity at that time was only one of many religions that existed in the ancient world. Unfortunately, over time, the early Bible would receive numerous changes and eventually morph into many versions, resulting in a host of many beliefs and practices. This book begins with a review and discussion of recent scientific discoveries about early earth and primitive life as compared to what is written in the Revised Standard Version of the Bible, and then provides a summary of all the chapters of the Bible. It tries to provide an understanding of the seemingly unswerving faith that many religious practitioners have in the infallibility and power in the Bible, even though it has been shown to be seriously flawed. This book also presents the results of numerous biblical experts throughout the world who have reviewed and commented on the validity of many ancient writings, including a fascinating in-depth look into the Bible.
Category: Religion

Searching For Truth

Author : John Moore
ISBN : 9780615276946
Genre : Apologetics
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In our world, everyone is searching for something. If you are searching for answers to questions regarding God, Jesus, hope, happiness, faith, life after death, good and evil, the church, the Bible, God's plan for you, or Jesus' love for you, the answers to these can be found in this book.This book includes extended question sections, including a "Section Review" after each section and a "Chapter Review" at the end of each chapter. To close-out the chapter there is a "Digging Deeper" section, which includes additional verses on the subject matter that are not used in the text with questions regarding those verses. The answer to every question can be found in the Answer Key section at the end of the book.
Category: Apologetics

A Search For Truth

Author : Ray Weaver Sr.
ISBN : 9781490843810
Genre : Religion
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Each day you wake up, you are facing the first day of the rest of your life. What does that mean to you? Is it just another day, a planned set of activities, work, school, boredom, or questioning why or what is next? Where are you going, why and for what purpose? Is it important to you or anyone else? How do you relate to yourself and to others in your life or to those you might come in contact with? Some of us are quiet; others talk a lot. Some question everything, and some just take life as it happens, without caring too much. Are we changeable, or have we changed over our lifetime, or more importantly, do we want to change? What is important to you? What is true and real?
Category: Religion

A Search For Bible Truth

Author : Bill Shuey
ISBN : 1503157768
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Prior to the advent of the Gutenberg printing press in 1450 all manuscripts and books were handwritten. Copies were made by scribes who possessed differing levels of literacy and competence. The earlier a copy was made the more likely that the copyist was semi-literate and prone to make mistakes in the reproduction of a given document. Also some revisions were made to early scripture manuscripts in order to force them to comply with church policies and teachings. Literally thousands of handwritten manuscripts of ancient biblical scripture exist. In these documents, thousands of variances in wording can be observed. So many variances exist that the alterations amongst these documents actually exceed the total number of words contained within the New Testament. The conviction that the Bible is inerrant is a fairly late development within the Christian religion. Prior to the early 19th century it would have been difficult to find any reliable Bible scholar who would suggest that the scriptures are free from error. This inerrancy notion has caught the imagination of Christian adherents in this era and has gained widespread acceptance as fact. Most Christians do not devote significant time in Bible study and have no idea of the origins of Christianity or the words that they read in their Bibles. Most people simply are not aware of the countless conflations, inconsistencies, and errors found within the sacred work. Drawing upon the gospel writer of John's suggestion that the truth would set us free, I decided to document just a sampling of the problems that one can find in modern Bibles. If you wish to be more informed regarding the Bible, you now can through reading A Search for Bible Truth. If you place your spiritual hopes and aspirations upon The Book, you now have the opportunity to discover an eye-opening and deeper understanding of the Bible.

The Art Of Teaching The Bible

Author : Christine Eaton Blair
ISBN : 0664501486
Genre : Religion
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Blair outlines practical steps for becoming a better adult teacher. She empowers adult Bible study teachers by showing how adults learn best, giving teachers a better understanding of the nature of scripture, and providing teachers with an effective and usable model for teaching. (Christian)
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Palestine A Search For Truth

Author : Alan R. Taylor
ISBN : UOM:39015046434372
Genre : Arab-Israeli conflict
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The Radical Reformission

Author : Mark Driscoll
ISBN : 9780310541400
Genre : Religion
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Reformation is the continual reforming of the mission of the church to enhance God’s command to reach out to others in a way that acknowledges the unique times and locations of daily life. This engaging book blends the integrity of respected theoreticians with the witty and practical insights of a pastor. It calls for a movement of missionaries to seek the lost across the street as well as across the globe.This basic primer on the interface between gospel and culture highlights the contrast between presentation evangelism and participation evangelism. It helps Christians navigate between the twin pitfalls of syncretism (being so culturally irrelevant that you lose your message) and sectarianism (being so culturally irrelevant that you lose your mission). Included are interviews with those who have crossed cultural barriers, such as a television producer, exotic dancer, tattoo studio owner, and band manager. The appendix represents eight portals into the future: population, family, health/medicine, creating, learning, sexuality, and religion.Mark Driscoll was recently featured on the ABC special The Changing of Worship.
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Author : Mark Driscoll
ISBN : 9780310518006
Genre : Religion
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If the unchurched in the United States ever formed their own country, it would be the world’s eleventh most populous nation. Reformission is a call to reform a flawed view of missions—as something we only do in foreign lands—to focus on the urgent needs in our own neighborhoods, filled with diverse Americans who desperately need the Gospel of Jesus and life in his Church. It calls for a movement of missionaries who seek the lost across the street, as well as across the globe. Many evangelical churches today are either hostile to the unbelieving world in which they live, or so friendly with the surrounding culture that they have lost the unique claims of the gospel that alone have the power to change people. This basic primer on the interface between gospel and culture by #1 New York Times bestselling author and pastor Mark Driscoll will help you to carefully navigate between the twin pitfalls of syncretism (being so culturally irrelevant that you lose your message) and sectarianism (being so culturally irrelevant that you lose your mission). If you’re more convinced today than ever that this crazy, sin-sick world needs a Savior, Reformission will show you how to love the Lord through the unchanging gospel, and love your neighbor in our ever-changing culture.
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A Search For The Spiritual

Author : James Emery White
ISBN : 9781585581115
Genre : Religion
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This is the book to put into the hands of seekers. With disarming candor (and no "churchspeak"), White explores the basics of the Christian faith.
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