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    • A Pocket Guide to Charles Darwin

      A Pocket Guide to Charles Darwin

      $5.99

      What ideas influenced Charles Darwin? Did his daughter’s death turn him from Christianity? Was Darwin a real scientist? What is the connection between Darwin and racism? These and other questions are answered in this Pocket Guide to Charles Darwin. Looking at the course of his life, Darwin was influenced by many people and has had an extensive influence on society.

    • Already Gone

      Already Gone

      $12.99

      In this powerful book, popular author Ken Ham and consumer behavior research/analyst C. Britt Beemer combine to reveal trends that must be dealt with now . . . before we lose another generation! The trends are frightening, but Already Gone shows how to win back our families, our churches, and our world!

    • Demolishing Supposed Bible Contradictions: Volume 2

      Demolishing Supposed Bible Contradictions: Volume 2

      $12.99

      Can God be tempted? Why don’t Christians follow all the Old Testament laws? Is marriage good or bad? All these and more are questions that appear to point out a problem in the Biblical text. Too often people focus on what seems to be contradictions or errors in the Bible, using them to create doubt in the minds of believers or act as stumbling blocks in trying to present the Gospel. It is important to resolve these issues to reassure people that the Bible is inerrant.

    • How Could a Loving God?

      How Could a Loving God?

      $12.99

      When hard times hit, even seasoned Christians find themselves asking, “Why?” Whether their hands are clasped in prayer, or clenched into fists of anger, God hears from those He created whenever pain visits in unexpected or untimely ways. To make matters worse, people assume that as a Christian you will have just the right words of comfort for those in need. Just saying “God will turn this to good” seems meaningless when despair is so profound.