Gender & Faith: A Biblical Perspective on Women's Roles in the Church BY: Denis Haack It is not uncommon to find this issue addressed in evangelical circles, but it is distinctly uncommon to find it addressed with such humility and such a deep desire to know, understand, and obey the Scriptures.
Genetic Ethics: Do the Ends Justify the Genes? BY: Denis Haack Another in a series of superb books from The Center for Bioethics and Human Dignity, Genetic Ethics is a collection of thoughtful papers that Christians concerned for medical ethics will want to add to their library.
Getting the Message: A Plan for Interpreting and Applying the Bible BY: Denis Haack Getting the Message is practical, seeking to impart skill in Bible study so the reader is better able to dig into the Scriptures, yet the author never loses sight of the wonder of listening to the very word of God.
The Great Experiment: Faith and Freedom in America (Os Guiness, 2001) BY: Denis Haack Creative and stimulating, these curricula are designed ďto help thoughtful people examine the foundational issues through which faith acts upon the public good of modern society.Ē
The Greco-Roman World of the New Testament Era: Exploring the Background of Early Christianity BY: Denis Haack Well-written enough to be read for enjoyment, and carefully organized and indexed so as to be a useful resource, The Greco-Roman World is a superb introduction to first century life and culture.
T Bone Burnett, The True False Identity (2006) BY: Denis Haack T Bone Burnett's The True False Identity is music with a conscience, songs wrung from the soul of an artist who believes too much has been undermined.
Bob Dylan, Love and Theft (2001) BY: Denis Haack The danger for anyone who truly faces the fragmentation and fallenness of the world is either despair or cynicism, for all his gritty honesty Bob Dylan has never succumbed to either.
I love my neighbor as myself but only because I donít much care for myself.
- Garrison Keillor
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