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Engaging God S World

Author : Cornelius Plantinga
ISBN : 0802839819
Genre : Religion
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An inspiring guide for developing the Christian mind extols the crucial roll of Christian higher education in the intellectual and spiritual formation of believers.
Category: Religion

Engaging Your Teen S World

Author : Brian Housman
ISBN : 9781587432545
Genre : Family & Relationships
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An expert on youth ministry shows how to guide and parent your teens in today's popular culture without being a nag or a naysayer.
Category: Family & Relationships

Living In God S Two Kingdoms

Author : David VanDrunen
ISBN : 143352452X
Genre : Religion
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Modern movements such as neo-Calvinism, the New Perspective on Paul, and the emerging church have popularized a view of Christianity and culture that calls for the redemption of earthly society and institutions. Many Christians have reflexively embraced this view, enticed by the socially active and engaged faith it produces. Living in God’s Two Kingdoms illustrates how a two-kingdoms model of Christianity and culture affirms much of what is compelling in these transformationist movements while remaining faithful to the whole counsel of Scripture. By focusing on God’s response to each kingdom—his preservation of the civil society and his redemption of the spiritual kingdom—VanDrunen teaches readers how to live faithfully in each sphere. Highlighting vital biblical distinctions between honorable and holy tasks, VanDrunen’s analysis will challenge Christians to be actively and critically engaged in the culture around them while retaining their identities as sojourners and exiles in this world.
Category: Religion

Resounding Truth Engaging Culture

Author : Jeremy S. Begbie
ISBN : 9781441200716
Genre : Religion
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Even fallen humans compose beautiful symphonies, music that touches emotions as nothing else can. Resounding Truth shows Christians how to uncover the Gospel message found in the many melodies that surround us. Theologian and musician Jeremy Begbie believes our divinely-inspired imagination reveals opportunity for sincere, heartfelt praise. With practical examples, lucid explanations, and an accessible bibliography, this book will help music lovers discover how God's diversity shines through sound. Begbie helps readers see the Master of Song and experience the harmony of heavenly hope.
Category: Religion

Modern Muslim Theology

Author : Martin Nguyen
ISBN : 9781538115015
Genre : Religion
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With this, Martin Nguyen aims to bring Muslim theology into the present day. Modern Muslim Theology argues that theology is a creative process, rather than a purely academic pursuit, and discusses how the Islamic tradition can help contemporary practitioners negotiate their relationships with God, with one another, and with the rest of creation.
Category: Religion

Engaging The Soul Of Youth Culture

Author : Walt Mueller
ISBN : 0830833374
Genre : Religion
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Mueller believes that in order to reach youth with the truth of the gospel, adults need to see what they see and hear what they hear. This text will help readers navigate teens' world views in order to share matters of faith. (Ministry and Pastoral)
Category: Religion

Engaging The Culture Changing The World

Author : Philip W. Eaton
ISBN : 9780830868674
Genre : Religion
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Drawing on the social critical thinking of Lesslie Newbigin, Richard Hays, Walter Brueggemann, Richard Mouw, Richard John Neuhaus, Charles Taylor and James Davison Hunter, Philip W. Eaton proposes an alternative idea of the Christian university that aims to equip students for responsible engagement in our post-Christian context. Going against the mainstream of Christian higher education, Eaton envisions a place that considers engagement and interaction with culture to be a positive priority. Going against the mainstream of secular higher education, Eaton envisions a place where the grand narrative of the Christian gospel is affirmed as a life-giving response to the critical issues of our day. We need not resign ourselves to exile on the margins of society nor blend in with the pervasive secular society. Engaging the Culture, Changing the World foresees a third way: the Christian university that stands in distinction and compassion, a community that models human flourishing to the world.
Category: Religion

Engaging The Doctrine Of Creation

Author : Matthew Levering
ISBN : 9781493410286
Genre : Religion
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Distinguished scholar Matthew Levering examines the doctrine of creation and its contemporary theological implications, critically engaging with classical and modern views in dialogue with Orthodox and Reformed interlocutors, among others. Moving from the Trinity to Christology, Levering takes up a number of themes pertaining to the doctrine of creation and focuses on how creation impacts our understandings of both the immanent and the economic Trinity. He also engages newer trends such as ecological theology.
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Engaging The Media

Author : Ryan Blanck
ISBN : 1469796910
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Our culture is defined by the media. Television, movies, music, and magazines send us a barrage of messages everyday about how to think and act. What is a young person to do? How is he or she to make sense of all this? This book, Engaging the Media, gives teens insight into how the media affects them and how they can discern what is right and wrong in this confusing world. Young people are given practical tools to help young people make wise choices concerning entertainment. All this is done in light of God's purpose and plan for a young person's life. This book uses God's Word as the measuring stick for evaluating the messages sent by the media. Teens are challenged to make decisions based on the truths of Scripture.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction


Author : Andrew P. Chignell
ISBN : 9780199915453
Genre : Philosophy
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The code of conduct for a leading tech company famously says "Don't Be Evil." But what exactly is evil? Is it just badness by another name--the shadow side of good? Or is it something more substantive--a malevolent force or power at work in the universe? These are some of the ontological questions that philosophers have grappled with for centuries. But evil also raises perplexing epistemic and psychological questions. Can we really know evil? Does a victim know evil differently than a perpetrator or witness? What motivates evil-doers? Satan's rebellion, Iago's machinations, and Stalin's genocides may be hard to understand in terms of ordinary reasons, intentions, beliefs, and desires. But what about the more "banal" evils performed by technocrats in a collective: how do we make sense of Adolf Eichmann's self-conception as just an effective bureaucrat deserving of a promotion? Evil: A History collects thirteen essays that tell the story of evil in western thought, starting with its origins in ancient Hebrew wisdom literature and classical Greek drama all the way to Darwinism and Holocaust theory. Thirteen interspersed reflections contextualize philosophical developments by looking at evil through the eyes of animals, poets, mystics, witches, librettists, film directors, and even a tech product manager. Evil: A History will enlighten readers about one of the most alluring and difficult topics in philosophy and intellectual life, and will challenge their assumptions about the very nature of evil.
Category: Philosophy