Showing posts from July, 2015

Kindle Deals Including Free Commentary on Daniel, Former Lesbian Professor Comes to Christ, A Defense of a Literal and Historical Adam

Free commentary on Daniel by Warren Wiersbe on Kindle
Note: one of the Kindle buying links on the Amazon page is broken, so try another like the "buy now with one click"

Be Confident (Hebrews): Live by Faith, Not by Sight (The BE Series Commentary) Kindle Edition
by Warren W. Wiersbe for $1.99

The MacArthur Study Bible, NASB
Nov 5, 2013 | Kindle eBook
by John F. MacArthur $12.99

History Of The Christian Church (The Complete Eight Volumes In One) 
Kindle Edition $1.99
by Philip Schaff

Orthodoxy (Moody Classics) Kindle Edition - FREE!
by Gilbert Keith Chesterton (Author), Matthew Lee Anderson (Foreword)

God and the Gay Christian?: A Response to Matthew Vines (Conversant Book 1) Kindle Edition - 99 cents
by James M. Hamilton Jr. (Author), Denny Burk (Author), Owen Strachan (Author), & 2 more

The Ever-Loving Truth: Can Faith Thrive in a Post-Christian Culture?
Kindle Edition - 99 cents
by Voddie Baucham Jr.

The Lost World of Adam and Eve: A Response
by Steve Ham on July 29, 2015

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Free book on forgiveness, on John Calvin and Answers to Important Questions about the Bible -- Total of Four E-books all Free for a Limited Time

Free for a limited time!
How Can I Possibly Forgive? Rescuing Your Heart from Resentment and Regret
by Sara Horn

Scroll down once you hit the link and the page loads to put in your email to get the book for free via email

Free e-books on John Calvin (free through 07/11) Note: these are from a Reformed perspective. If you are a dispensationalist, keep that in mind. 

Taking God At His Word by Kevin DeYoung  They are selling this book for $17.99 and for short questions that collect some info from you, you get it for free. The questions will take you from one to two minutes.
It answers important questions about the Bible raised by Christians and non-Christians alike.

To download the e-book, simply click the link and fill out the short questionnaire by July 14.

A Conservative Christian Answer to the "Flow Chart That Destroys Religion's Case Against Gay Marriage." Spoiler Alert: It Is Easily Defended Against. Read How I Do So Here.

A chart going around social media can be found on this link.  You may wish to go to this link to familiarize yourself with common objections coming from the pro-gay activist side of the gay marriage debate. I will be answering it in detail below.

Be forewarned: this site is a pro-gay activist site that mocks Christians who believe in traditional marriage. Here is the image that appears on that site.

It purports to show the absurdity of believing that homosexuality is a sin from the Bible.

The first thing I would like to say about this chart is that its design is not to inform but to mock. It is inflammatory in nature. It is found on a site called which is bold and brash in its presentation of homosexuality even as it mocks those of faith who oppose homosexual practice. Therefore, I must say that to respond to the chart is an act of grace since the chart presents conservative Christians as a whole as hypocrites to the maximum degree who don’t know their Bibles. Even the use…

The Nazis and the Holocaust: Deja-vu. A Review of Defying ISIS

How can a book be both an easy and a difficult read? It can be easy to read when the author is Johnnie Moore and the writing style and size of the volume (a mere 155 pages) are reader friendly. The subject matter, however, makes it difficult to read. What you are hearing in the headlines, reading in your newspapers or online are a mere fraction of what is actually going on.

Moore’s book, Defying Isis, is a call for the Western Church and Western society as a whole, to wake up to what is happening in the Middle East. His argument is presented in three parts: What ISIS is Doing, Why ISIS Matters to You and What We Are Losing. Clearly, we are horrified by the accounts that do make the news but our sense in the Western world that it matters enough to really do something is just not there.

In What ISIS is Doing, Moore gives accounts of atrocities. While including some that you have heard, he also includes personal accounts of terror that devastates and faith that inspires. Read firs…