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  • Whole Life Worship by Sam and Sara Hargreaves

    Whole-Life Worship will demonstrate that the contemporary Western Church has reached a point where our "gathered" worship is separated from our "scattered" lives outside of church. This is detrimental to the congregation's spiritual development and their effectiveness on their "frontlines". Church worship should be inspired and informed by our everyday experiences. It should empower and send the congregation out to continue worshipping. The book will provide patterns and resources to better connect gathered worship with the lives of the congregation beyond church meetings. 

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  • Exploring Christian Doctrine

    Author: Tony Lane

    This reliable and highly readable textbook provides comprehensive coverage of core Christian beliefs from an evangelical perspective. Developed from the author’s popular introductory course on Christian doctrine, the book rests firmly on biblical foundations while also providing a balanced discussion of areas where evangelicals disagree. As with other books in SPCK’s ‘Exploring’ series, the text is accompanied by essay topics and suggestions for further reading at the end of each chapter.

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  • Jesus Before Pentecost

    Author: William Atkinson

    Jesus before Pentecost studies the history of Jesus' ministry from William P. Atkinson's Pentecostal perspective. This perspective affects both his method and the book's content. In terms of method, Atkinson puts forward a strong argument for looking carefully at John's Gospel, as well as the synoptic gospels, as a reliable historical source for Jesus' life. And in terms of content, his main areas of study follow key Pentecostal interests, summed up in the "foursquare" Pentecostal rubric of Jesus as savior, healer, baptizer in the Spirit, and soon-coming king. The picture that emerges offers fresh insights into Jesus' life: notably, the symbolic meaning Jesus invested in the feeding of the five thousand; the personal cost to Jesus of his approach to healing the sick; the involvement of God's Spirit in his life and in the lives of those around him; and, lastly, his enigmatic predictions of his future coming. Overall, the study is both academically rigorous and warmly engaging. It will appeal to anyone who is seriously interested in Jesus, whether or not they are Pentecostal.

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  • How to Like Paul Again

    Author: Conrad Gempf

    Conrad Gempf loves St. Paul. He thinks he's a genius. And with this book, he shows you why you should think so too. Yes, he admits that Paul was without doubt one of the most difficult people to work with in the history of the world. So he sympathizes with any doubts you may have, but asks that you just let him walk you through three of Paul's letters (really, two letters and a memorandum), in order to hear both sides of these conversations. Conrad thinks he can completely change your understanding of these letters and of Paul's character. However, keep your arms and legs inside the carriage at all times, because along the way some wild twists and turns will emerge before a final surprise promises to change your relationship with Paul for good.

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  • Come Lord Jesus

    Author: Steve Motyer

    ‘The second coming of Jesus Christ is the core of the biblical worldview, the climax of the biblical message, the cornerstone of biblical theology, and the centrepiece of authentic biblical faith for the twenty-first century.’

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