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Christian No More by Jeffrey Mark
Mark explores the deeper truths behind the Bible while discovering science, logic, and reason--and ultimately revealing Christianity for what it really is.
No More Christian Nice Girl by Paul Coughlin
When passivity and false niceness don't bring the abundant life Jesus promised, some Christian women try even harder to hide behind a fragile façade of pleasant perfection. Paul Coughlin and Jennifer Degler give women the empowering message that they have options far beyond simply acting nice or being mean--if they will emulate the real Jesus Christ and face their fears of conflict, rejection, and criticism. Brimming with enlightening information, thought-provoking questionnaires, real-life stories, and biblically based teaching from both the male author of the pioneering No More Christian Nice Guy and a female clinical psychologist, this book will motivate women to allow God to transform them into authentic, powerful women of loving faith.
No More Christian Nice Guy by Paul Coughlin
Revised and Expanded Edition of a Life-Changing Book Recovering nice guy Paul Coughlin points the way for all men who yearn to live a life of boldness and conviction--like Jesus. Using anecdotes from his own life, powerful and poignant stories, and vivid examples from our culture, Coughlin shows how men can say no to the "nice guy" syndrome and yes to a life of purpose, passion, and vitality. In this revised and expanded edition, Coughlin adds vital insights on the changes he's seen in churches and the greater culture in the decade since No More Christian Nice Guy was first published. This radical and hopeful message elevates the true biblical model of manhood and now includes testimonials from men and women whose lives have been altered by this book. Coughlin also looks at the shifting expectations men face in relationships and in the workplace, and how younger Christians, in particular, are subject to harmful views about masculinity. Part inspiration, part instruction, and part manifesto, this book gives men the courage to move from passivity to assertiveness.
Faith No More by Phil Zuckerman
During his 2009 inaugural speech, President Obama described the United States as a nation of "Christians and Muslims, Jews and Hindus--and nonbelievers." It was the first time an American president had acknowledged the existence of this rapidly growing segment of the population in such a public forum. And yet the reasons why more and more people are turning away from religion are still poorly understood. In Faith No More, Phil Zuckerman draws on in-depth interviews with people who have left religion to find out what's really behind the process of losing one's faith. According to a 2008 study, so many Americans claim no religion (15%, up from 8% in 1990) that this category now outranks every other religious group except Catholics and Baptists. Exploring the deeper stories within such survey data, Zuckerman shows that leaving one's faith is a highly personal, complex, and drawn-out process. And he finds that, rather than the clich? of the angry, nihilistic atheist, apostates are life-affirming, courageous, highly intelligent and inquisitive, and deeply moral. Zuckerman predicts that this trend toward nonbelief will likely continue and argues that the sooner we recognize that religion is frequently and freely rejected by all sorts of men and women, the sooner our understanding of the human condition will improve. The first book of its kind, Faith No More will appeal to anyone interested in the "New Atheism" and indeed to anyone wishing to more fully understand our changing relationship to religious faith.
No Longer Zombies But Complete In Christ Volume 1 by Rika Geldenhuys
The book discusses how music, such as Rock 'n' Roll and Trance, can cause fear, anxiety, anger, depression, a low self esteem and addictions in a person and can cause a person to hide in a false identity. It discusses why the Cross of Jesus Christ is the Way to life and a person's true identity. The book is for all people, but especially for young people who are in Rock 'n' Roll bands or who attend Trance parties. The book discusses why Christian musicians and singers fall away from Jesus Christ. The book is also for pastors and congregations to help them to understand the spiritual onslaught on their musicians and singers and to pray for them. This book will encourage musicians and singers to be strong and to walk in their true identity in Jesus Christ.
I Kissed Dating Goodbye by Joshua Harris
Dating. Isn't there a better way? Reorder your romantic life in the light of God's word and find more fulfillment than the dating game could ever give - a life of purposeful singleness.
The Evidences Of Christianity by Daniel Wilson
Sermons For The Everyday Christian by Daniel E. Bollen
These sermons attempt in the authors theological point of view try to answer many questions such as: Why do we refer to Jesus as the Good Shepherd? Who according to Corinthians and the Apostle Paul is entitled to take Holy Communion? What does Easter mean to Christians? How do we handle temptation? Why forgiveness is so important, yet so difficult? These Sermons are well researched and provide Biblical references to support the sermons. These Sermons are not meant to replace attending worship but to provide an additional insight to God and his Son Jesus Christ.
No Longer The Same by D. Brockman
This volume addresses what happens to Christian theology when it follows its traditional habit of excluding religious others from the theological conversation. It argues that the exclusion of non-Christian voices blinds Christian theology not only to its own character, but also to the God to whom it seeks to be faithful.
How To Be A Christian Without Being Religious by Fritz Ridenour
Since the days of the early church, Christians have struggled to find a way to be "good"--to please God by their own efforts. They end up carrying a burden God never intended them to bear. And what's more, their brand of Christianity ends up looking like any other religion of the world--bound by joyless rules and rituals. Fritz Ridenour's study of the book of Romans provides an antidote to the pharisaical spirit and shows that Christianity is not a religion but a relationship. It is not people reaching up, but God reaching down. All Christians can enjoy their birthright when they realize who they are in Christ. The result is a life full of hope, joy, power, and potential.