An eye-opening course with an apologetics foundation, focused on the history and basic tenets of religions from around the world! What do they have in common? What is their history? How much have they "borrowed" from Christianity and the Bible? Is everyone worshipping the same "god"? Discover what makes the Creator God in Genesis unique and how all religions fall into one of two categories: man-made or God.
Christ and the Created Order is a rich, cross-disciplinary collection of essays on the relationship between Jesus Christ and the created order. Contributors include Marilyn McCord Adams, Richard Bauckham, Deborah Haarsma, Paul Moser, Murray Rae, James K. A. Smith, Norman Wirzba, N. T. Wright, and more.
Top Christian thinkers show how attending to the formation of virtue through the practices of Christian worship creates the hospitable space we need to deal with difference and disagreement in the body of Christ.
Authoritative yet accessible historical overview of Christian Sunday worship
In this book noted Christian historian Justo Gonzalez tells the story of how and why Christians have worshiped on Sunday from the earliest days of the church to the present.
After discussing the views and practices relating to Sunday in the ancient church, Gonzalez turns to Constantine and how his policies affected Sunday observances. He then recounts the long process, beginning in the Middle Ages an
When it comes to death, is there ever a best case scenario? In this book, the author confronts our unending obsession with the end. It reflects on what it means to miss God, whether death can be good for our careers and why we eventually turn into our parents.
Ethics and Religion deals with philosophical issues linking these two areas. It develops plausible forms of divine command theory and natural law, and defends belief in God and linking God to morality. The book is intended for advanced undergraduate and graduate students (including seminarians), teachers, and experts in the field.
Presents an introduction to the phenomenology of religion. This book describes the historical background to phenomenology by tracing its roots to developments in philosophy and the social sciences in the early twentieth century.