Coleman Yee

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The Logic of God Incarnate: by Tom Morris
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Many Christians and non-Christians alike have the idea that the incarnation of God (Jesus being fully God and fully man) is a logical contradiction.
Morris shows clearly in this book why there is no logical contradiction at all.
Case For A Creator by Lee Strobel
Case For A Creator by Lee Strobel
The Case for a Creator is mostly in the form of an interview, where Strobel interviews a leading scientist in each chapter on particular areas in science relating to evidence pointing to a Creator.
While most of the text is from the interviews, Strobel also fills in information where necessary to help the reader in understanding the picture. This is in addition to the introduction and conclusions.
The best thing is that Strobel doesn't just interview the scientist; he cross-examines them, mercilessly attacking the ideas like any commited and skeptical atheist would. The good defenses from the scientists make the case for a Creator even more convincing.
Strobel writes the book… Read more
Christian Writers Manual/Style Rev by Hudson
If you're even reading this, you probably felt the need for a Christian style guide. If that describes you, save your time, ignore the rest of my review, and click the "Buy Now" button :)
But if you're still unconvinced...
This style manual covers every imaginable style-related issue, particularly for religious writing; basically just about style-related issue you'll encounter as a Christian writer, whether you're writing about Internet technology and how it relates to eschatology, or a critique of Islam from a Christian perspective.
And it doesn't just cover the religious issues; the standard style issues like punctuation, capitalization, acronyms, etc. are covered… Read more