Redeeming the Routines: Bringing Theology to Life (Robert Banks, 2001) BY: Denis Haack Dr. Banks is concerned with helping ordinary Christians think biblically about the ordinary stuff of life—all those routine things we seldom reflect on but that take up a great deal of time and energy.
Religion and Medical Ethics: Looking Back, Looking Forward (Edited by Allen Verhey, 1996) BY: Denis Haack This is the first in a planned series of books on religion and health care to be published by the The Institute of Religion.
Restorers of Hope: Reaching the Poor in Your Community with Church-Based Ministries That Work (Amy L. Sherman, 1997) BY: Denis Haack If we wish to live faithfully before the One who became poor so we could made rich, however, we dare not ignore our responsibility.
A Sacrifice of Praise: An Anthology of Christian Poetry in English from Caedmon to the Mid-Twentieth Century (James H. Trott, 1999) BY: Denis Haack One way to immerse yourself in poetry is with a good anthology. This anthology is one that all Christians should consider adding to their libraries .
Same-Sex Partnerships?: A Christian Perspective (John R. W. Stott, 1998) BY: Denis Haack Same-Sex Partnerships? is, as is to be expected from the pen of Dr. Stott, clearly written, balanced, and biblical.
Signs of Intelligence: Understanding Intelligent Design (Williams A. Dembski and James M. Kushiner, 2001) BY: Denis Haack If you have been waiting for a book designed to provide ordinary readers with a basic understanding of the intelligent design (ID) movement, your wait is over.
The Silent Revolution and the Making of Victorian England (Herbert Schlossberg, 2000) BY: Denis Haack The Silent Revolution is a story of Christian faithfulness in the midst of mistakes, discouragement, and cultural decadence.
Someone I Love is Gay: How Family and Friends Can Respond (Anita Worthen and Bob Davies, 1996) BY: Denis Haack This is warmly personal and practical book by two Christians who have dealt first-hand with the issues involved.
Steering Through Chaos: Vice and Virtue in an Age of Moral Confusion (Os Guinness, 2000) BY: Denis Haack This book will be of interest to every thinking Christian who wants to engage issues that matter in a group setting.
Life of Pi (Yann Martel, 2001) BY: Denis Haack Some of the most mystifying and frustrating aspects of a postmodern consciousness for the Christian—an unswerving commitment to tolerance, and the blithe dismissal of traditional religion in favor of a subjective, individualized, and syncretistic spirituality—are central themes in Life of Pi.
I love my neighbor as myself but only because I don’t much care for myself.
- Garrison Keillor
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