Mama Bear Apologetics Guide to Sexuality

This book will give you the wisdom to confidently raise your children to understand sex and gender through a biblical lens.

Author: Hillary Morgan Ferrer

Publisher: Harvest House Publishers

ISBN: 9780736983815

Category: Religion

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Raise Them to Value God’s Design Starting at a young age, kids are being fed damaging misinformation about sexuality, gender identity, and human biology. As a parent, it’s up to you to help your children understand God’s truth about these integral concepts in the face of the candy-coated lies that saturate today’s world. In the footsteps of the bestselling Mama Bear Apologetics comes this invaluable guide to training your kids to know and respect God’s design in a world that has rejected it. This book will equip you to… understand God’s design for gender, sex, marriage, and family as a beautiful portrait that reveals the nature of God Himself identify the tactics being used to trick children into adopting an unbiblical view of sexuality under the guise of Christian-sounding words like love, identity, tolerance, and justice teach your kids to treat those who hold different beliefs with gentle, Christlike compassion without compromising biblical values As society continues to blur the lines of what is good, true, and acceptable, God’s standards remain clear and unchanging. This book will give you the wisdom to confidently raise your children to understand sex and gender through a biblical lens.
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Mama Bear Apologetics r Guide to Sexuality Discipleship Workbook

This workbook companion to Mama Bear Apologetics Guide to Sexuality will expand your study of the biblical case against the many myths about gender and sexuality that permeate today's world.

Author: Hillary Morgan Ferrer

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ISBN: 0736986006

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This workbook companion to Mama Bear Apologetics Guide to Sexuality will expand your study of the biblical case against the many myths about gender and sexuality that permeate today's world.
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Mama Bear ApologeticsTM

They seem harmless, and even sound right. So what’s a Mama Bear to do when her kids seem to be absorbing the culture’s lies uncritically? Mama Bear Apologetics® is the book you’ve been looking for.

Author: Hillary Morgan Ferrer

Publisher: Harvest House Publishers

ISBN: 9780736976152

Category: Religion

Page: 288

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*Foreword written by Nancy Pearcey* "Parents are the most important apologists our kids will ever know. Mama Bear Apologetics will help you navigate your kids’ questions and prepare them to become committed Christ followers.” —J. Warner Wallace "If every Christian mom would apply this book in her parenting, it would profoundly transform the next generation." —Natasha Crain #RoarLikeAMother The problem with lies is they don’t often sound like lies. They seem harmless, and even sound right. So what’s a Mama Bear to do when her kids seem to be absorbing the culture’s lies uncritically? Mama Bear ApologeticsTM is the book you’ve been looking for. This mom-to-mom guide will equip you to teach your kids how to form their own biblical beliefs about what is true and what is false. Through transparent life stories and clear, practical applications—including prayer strategies—this band of Mama Bears offers you tools to train yourself, so you can turn around and train your kids. Are you ready to answer the rallying cry, “Mess with our kids and we will demolish your arguments”? Join the Mama Bears and raise your voice to protect your kids—by teaching them how to think through and address the issues head-on, yet with gentleness and respect.
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Early Christian Literature

This work concerns the early Christians' self-definitions and self-representations in the context of pagan-Christian conflict, reflected in the literatures from the mid-second to the early third centuries (ca. 150 - 225 CE).

Author: Helen Rhee

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 0415354889

Category: History

Page: 266

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This work concerns the early Christians' self-definitions and self-representations in the context of pagan-Christian conflict, reflected in the literatures from the mid-second to the early third centuries (ca. 150 - 225 CE).
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Martin Luther and Islam

Drawing upon a vast array of Martin Luther's writings while also focusing upon a few key texts, this book illuminates the Reformer's thought on Islam, and thereby provides fresh insight into his place in the history of Christian-Muslim ...

Author: Adam Francisco

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004160439

Category: Religion

Page: 260

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Drawing upon a vast array of Martin Luther's writings while also focusing upon a few key texts, this book illuminates the Reformer's thought on Islam, and thereby provides fresh insight into his place in the history of Christian-Muslim relations
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Making Christians

In this innovative book, Denise Buell argues that many early Christians deployed the metaphors of procreation and kinship in the struggle over claims to represent the truth of Christian interpretation, practice, and doctrine.

Author: Denise Kimber Buell

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 0691059802

Category: Religion

Page: 221

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How did second-century Christians vie with each other in seeking to produce an authoritative discourse of Christian identity? In this innovative book, Denise Buell argues that many early Christians deployed the metaphors of procreation and kinship in the struggle over claims to represent the truth of Christian interpretation, practice, and doctrine. In particular, she examines the intriguing works of the influential theologian Clement of Alexandria (ca. 150-210 c.e.), for whom cultural assumptions about procreation and kinship played an important role in defining which Christians have the proper authority to teach, and which kinds of knowledge are authentic. Buell argues that metaphors of procreation and kinship can serve to make power differentials appear natural. She shows that early Christian authors recognized this and often turned to such metaphors to mark their own positions as legitimate and marginalize others as false. Attention to the functions of this language offers a way out of the trap of reconstructing the development of early Christianity along the axes of "heresy" and "orthodoxy," while not denying that early Christians employed this binary. Ultimately, Buell argues, strategic use of kinship language encouraged conformity over diversity and had a long lasting effect both on Christian thought and on the historiography of early Christianity. Aperceptive and closely argued contribution to early Christian studies, Making Christians also branches out to the areas of kinship studies and the social construction of gender.
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Forthcoming Books

Author: Rose Arny

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ISBN: UOM:39015054026961

Category: American literature

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Arts Humanities Citation Index

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ISBN: UOM:39015064553327

Category: Arts

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A multidisciplinary index covering the journal literature of the arts and humanities. It fully covers 1,144 of the world's leading arts and humanities journals, and it indexes individually selected, relevant items from over 6,800 major science and social science journals.
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Bearing False Witness

Analyzes and critiques the Christian Countercult movement as a discrete socioreligious entity.

Author: Douglas E. Cowan

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 0275974596

Category: Religion

Page: 255

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Analyzes and critiques the Christian Countercult movement as a discrete socioreligious entity.
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Eusebius of Caesarea Against Paganism

This volume offers a new and detailed discussion of the subject of apologetics and polemics against the pagans in Eusebius of Caesarea (c. 260-340), discussing his response to the vigorous political, cultural and religious campaign launched ...

Author: Arieh Kofsky

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9004116427

Category: Religion

Page: 337

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This volume offers a new and detailed discussion of the subject of apologetics and polemics against the pagans in Eusebius of Caesarea (c. 260-340), discussing his response to the vigorous political, cultural and religious campaign launched against Christianity in his time. This publication has also been published in paperback, please click here for details.
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The Mental Philosophy of John Henry Newman

In The Mental Philosophy of John Henry Newman, Jay Newman (no relation) presents a careful scrutiny of John Henry Newman's phenomenology of belief and epistemology in the context of the nineteenth-century cleric's major work.

Author: Jay Newman

Publisher: Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press

ISBN: 9780889201866

Category: Religion

Page: 209

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The Language of God

A head of the Human Genome Project and former atheist presents a scientific argument for the existence of God, revealing how science can support faith by citing the areas of nature that can and cannot be fully explained by Darwinian ...

Author: Francis S. Collins

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9780743286398

Category: RELIGION

Page: 294

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A head of the Human Genome Project and former atheist presents a scientific argument for the existence of God, revealing how science can support faith by citing the areas of nature that can and cannot be fully explained by Darwinian evolution, and sharing a tour of the genome to demonstrate how it reflects God's purposes. 75,000 first printing.
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The Truing of Christianity

Argues that Christianity has been compelled to share the world stage with more forceful religions, and argues that it must change in order to continue to be a moral force in the future

Author: John C. Meagher

Publisher: Doubleday Books

ISBN: UOM:39015017733091

Category: Religion

Page: 384

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Argues that Christianity has been compelled to share the world stage with more forceful religions, and argues that it must change in order to continue to be a moral force in the future
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Jesus and the Gospel in Africa

"Jesus and the Gospel in Africa collects writings by Kwame Bediako and is the best source for his insights into the Christ of present-day African history and the Jesus of African faith.

Author: Kwame Bediako

Publisher: Orbis Books

ISBN: 9781570755422

Category: Religion

Page: 124

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God Without the Supernatural

Peter Forrest expounds a program of best-explanation apologetics.

Author: Peter Forrest

Publisher: Cornell University Press

ISBN: 0801432553

Category: Religion

Page: 256

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Peter Forrest expounds a program of best-explanation apologetics. He contends that since the existence of God would provide the best possible explanation of various facts, those facts support theism. Among the facts cited are the suitability of the universe for life, the regularity of the universe, the human capacity for intellectual progress, the experience of a moral order, and various forms of beauty. The beauty that interests Forrest as evidence for the existence of God includes sensuous beauty; the beauty of the natural order, as revealed by the sciences; and the beauty of necessity discovered by mathematicians. In addressing the need for an adequate motive for creation, Forrest conjectures that God created the universe for embodied persons not for their life on earth alone but also for an afterlife. Forrest acknowledges the speculative nature of such an account. He suggests that philosophical speculation is also required to defend theism against the charge that it is too extravagant a hypothesis to be warranted. Providing a speculative defense against the argument from evil, he explains how such speculations can be used to support best-explanation arguments without the conclusions themselves being rendered purely speculative.
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A Challenge to C S Lewis

After himself becoming a professor at Sophia University in Tokyo, Milward continued a dialogue with his former lecturer through a lengthy correspondence. With this book Milward challenges some of the presuppositions of Lewis's scholarship.

Author: Peter Milward

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ISBN: UOM:39015033956254

Category: Religion

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"From the many-sided genius of C. S. Lewis two main facets stand out. The first is the creative imagination of the storyteller, deriving from Teutonic and Classical sources. The other is the sturdy rationalism and erudition of the medieval scholar. Author Peter Milward emphasizes the latter in his latest book, A Challenge to C. S. Lewis." "As a young Jesuit, Milward was one of Lewis's students who heard the eminent medieval scholar draw upon the dim recesses of Northern learning and Greco-Roman mythology to make his subject lucid for his listeners. After himself becoming a professor at Sophia University in Tokyo, Milward continued a dialogue with his former lecturer through a lengthy correspondence. With this book Milward challenges some of the presuppositions of Lewis's scholarship." "With all the medievalist's talent as a scholar, Milward maintains, there remains the defect that, as a Protestant with roots in Northern Ireland, Lewis was unable to enter sympathetically into the Catholic mind of medieval Christendom. According to Milward, it is significant that in his lectures on "Prolegomena to the Middle Ages" Lewis laid more emphasis on the pagan elements in the medieval mind than on their more characteristic Christian elements, as if the latter had no need of explanation to a modern audience." "Yet in his more popular and less academic writings as an apologist for the Christian faith, Lewis assumed that the majority of his readers would be more or less ignorant of the teachings of Christianity. Here the "mere Christianity" professed by Lewis was, Milward argues, in effect a Protestant side of Christianity, placing him on the modern side of the Great Divide ushered in by Martin Luther for Europe and by Henry VIII for England." "Thus, the author states, there is a deep contradiction at the heart of all Lewis's academic writings, in that while Lewis set out to expose the medieval view of the world as (in his words) a "discarded image," he remained out of sympathy with that view in its basically religious features. Milward, therefore, calls for more analysis of this contradiction in Lewis's writings, in the form of a challenge to intellectual debate such as Lewis himself enjoyed so much in his Oxford days."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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Faith Reason

This book gives readers intellectually solid answers to the more important questions that link philosophy and religion. A classic apologetics text, now in soft cover.

Author: Ronald H. Nash

Publisher: Zondervan Publishing Company

ISBN: UOM:39015014155793

Category: Apologetics

Page: 295

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This book gives readers intellectually solid answers to the more important questions that link philosophy and religion. A classic apologetics text, now in soft cover.
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Introduction to Christianity

Provides an elucidation of the Apostles' Creed, examining the theological and practical significance of each line and exploring such fundamental questions to Christianity as belief, faith, and the nature of Christ and of the Trinity.

Author: Joseph Ratzinger

Publisher: Ignatius Press

ISBN: 1586170295

Category: Religion

Page: 300

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Provides an elucidation of the Apostles' Creed, examining the theological and practical significance of each line and exploring such fundamental questions to Christianity as belief, faith, and the nature of Christ and of the Trinity.
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