When Jesus Became God - The Gospel stories of Jesus' life, death and resurrection are familiar tales in Western literature. Yet, the Gospel narratives do not themselves pose or answer the theological question of Jesus' divinity. It took almost 300 years for these questions to be raised in such a serious way that Christianity was changed forever. Rubenstein examines the details of the fractious period in early Christian history when Christianity was defining itself against other religious sects through a number of councils and creeds. Although he focuses on several of the controversies surrounding the divinity of Jesus, Rubenstein zeroes in on the fiery battle between Arius, a presbyter of Alexandria, and Athanasius, who was Bishop of Alexandria. Arius contended that Christ did not share God's nature but was simply the first creature created by God the Father. Athanasius, on the other hand, argued that Christ was fully God, asserting that the incarnation of God in Jesus restored the image of God to fallen humanity. With a storyteller's verve, Rubenstein brings to life the times and deeds of these two leaders as well as the way that the Council of Nicea in A.D. 325 established the Christian orthodoxy that was later used to judge and exile Arius as a heretic.
His Hallowed Name Revealed Again - Hallowed be thy Name is an action-packed phrase from a powerful prayer, taught by arguably the most influential person who ever walked the earth! Unfortunately, if you pose the following question to the millions of people who pray this familiar prayer on a regular basis, you probably will not get an acceptable answer: What is the name of our Heavenly Father that is to be hallowed? His Hallowed Name Revealed Again answers this thought-provoking question through an engaging and challenging presentation. Prepare to take a journey that will lead you to a life-changing revelation about the name that has been concealed for too long, and now has been revealed again!
The Myth of Christian America - This is a series of stimulating messages by David Bercot on the history of the United States from its European roots through the adoption of the U. S. Constitution. However, unlike other resources on American history, these messages look at the history of the United States from the perspective of Jesus' kingdom teachings. In the course of this series, Bercot demonstrates that America is not a Christian nation.
Andreas Fischer and the Sabbatarian Anabaptists: An Early Reformation Episode in East Central Europe - Daniel Liechty places Sabbatarianism within the perspective of the restitution theme of the Radical Reformation in this study of Andreas Fischer, the main leader in a small Sabbatarian faction among the 16th-century Anabaptists.
The Sabbath - Elegant, passionate, and filled with the love of God's creation, Abraham Joshua Heschel's The Sabbath has been hailed as a classic of Jewish spirituality ever since its original publication--and has been read by thousands of people seeking meaning in modern life. In this brief yet profound meditation on the meaning of the Seventh Day, Heschel, one of the most widely respected religious leaders of the twentieth century, introduced the influential idea of an 'architecture of holiness" that appears not in space but in time. Judaism, he argues, is a religion of time: it finds meaning not in space and the materials things that fill it but in time and the eternity that imbues it, so that 'the Sabbaths are our great cathedrals.'
True to the Sabbath, True to Our God - True to the Sabbath, True to Our God is a fresh, relevant Bible Study of God's command to "Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy." You will discover new meaning and practical application of this often overlooked principle of Christian Living. God has designed the Sabbath as a day of rest, worship, blessing and service. As you explore these exciting topics, you will be challenged to a deeper level of consistency and commitment in your spiritual life.
Holy Cow! Does God care about what we eat? - Hope helps you see how science and Scripture brilliantly intertwine. Promoting neither legalism nor vegetarianism, Holy Cow! gently challenges you to take a fresh look at how you live out your faith!
Alcohol Today: Abstinence in an Age of Indulgence - Is the moderate use of alcohol for recreational purposes a way Christians can reach today's culture? Some believers in this postmodern era of indulgence say an attack on the prevalence of social drinking amounts to legalism worthy of the Pharisees. Dealing with one of the real hot-button issues in our land today, Peter Lumpkins explores the various views on drinking beverage alcohol. Lumpkins blends an exhaustive scholarly study with courageous conviction and reasonable obedience as he strikes a blow for total abstinence from alcohol.
Daniel and The Book of Revelation by A.N. Dugger - Paperback, 148 Pages.
Andrew N. Dugger (1886-1975) was the most famous Church of God (7th Day) leader in the twentieth century. In the 1960s, he published his own commentary on the Books of Daniel and Revelation. Those two books, Daniel and Revelation, together explain much of Bible prophecies. The price for this book only covers the cost for printing. No benefits are done on it. If you are willing to buy this book, consider it as an offering.