Introducing a book full of ideas on how to teach the Bible in a Post-Modern world. And Beginning with Moses takes a good look at the big problems we face in communicating the gospel in today’s culture. This book offers a Biblical solution and why it works so well. A discussion of the various tools is also included, explaining whom they were created for and how to use them. You'll learn the common blunders in using these tools, ideas that really work and ways to help facilitate this approach to presenting the Bible’s message.
As a Christian, what must I tell a person who knows little about Jesus? Never trust a stranger! As children, we were taught that if you don’t know a person, you shouldn’t trust him. And yet, for most people in the world, Jesus is a complete stranger. So, how can we expect them to trust him as their Saviour? What’s In a Name? explores and answers the question: “How can we clearly communicate the identity and work of Jesus to a world that does not know him?”
Note: This is Part 2 of a 2-series set. Please watch What's in a Name for needed background information.
As a Christian, how can I speak to a skeptical world with confidence? We live in a day where the Bible is severely criticized. The prevailing wisdom states, “It’s impossible to know it’s true!” Not so! The architecture of Scripture is different than any other “sacred” body of literature. Embedded in the very fabric of the Bible is a self-authenticating system that builds a powerful case for the truthfulness of the Word of God. Flying Truth in Formation explores that architecture and explains how Bible believers can confront both a skeptical world and a questioning church with confidence.
At one time, the word “worldview” carried no meaning outside the lofty heights of academia. Now this word has entered mainstream media. But what does it mean and of what use it is to the Christian? What is a Worldview? How can I explain the Biblical Worldview?
“Unlocking the Biblical Worldview” brings clarity to these questions. It defines powerful keys, inherent in scripture, that can help us unlock the Bible’s message. These keys are useful with both the believer and the unbeliever.