In Six Days

All 50 of these scientists, through faith and scientific fact, have come to the conclusion that God’s Word is true and everything had its origin not so very long ago, in the beginning, In Six Days.
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The Real Baptism of the Holy Spirit

 

Book: The Real Baptism of the Holy Spirit

Dr Peter Masters – Metropolitan Tabernacle, London

When does it occur and what is involved?

Is there a second blessing or baptism of the Spirit after conversion? Is the believer meant to struggle against sin or does the Spirit sanctify by grace? What is the witness of the Spirit? And what is meant by the filling of the Spirit?  Here are answers to all such questions with ‘proof texts.’

Ideal for all, especially new believers and study groups.

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Can science explain everything?

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Can science explain everything? It can often seem that, in the 21st century, we have no need for religion when science has given us so many insights into the mysteries of this universe. Science and religion just do not mix.

But is that really the case? Drawing on his own experiences as a scientist and a Christian, and decades of good-natured discussion and debates about the relationship between them, Professor John Lennox suggest how we can see these two presumed foes as good friends – and enjoy and benefit from both of them.

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Evolution and the Christian Faith

Theistic evolution in the light of Scripture (£7.80 + postage)

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‘Debate over the opening chapters of Genesis has continued for over a century and a half since Charles Darwin advanced this revolutionary ideas.  Arguments that once raged between liberals and evangelical are now mainstream evangelical debates. Was there a historical Adam and Eve? An actual Fall (Original sin?) What about suffering? And how did the New Testament writers, including the Lord Jesus Christ himself, treat Genesis?

Does theistic evolution enhance our understanding of origins and Christian doctrine? Or does it hinder it as some maintain? This book sets out to explore these questions in detail.  It assesses the impact of evolutionary thinking in the society at large and whether or not theistic evolution is compatible with core Christian doctrines.’