Islam: Its Prophet, Peoples, Politics, and Power by George Braswell – $1.99
Written from a western Christian viewpoint, but with a detailed first-hand knowledge of Muslim life, this volume digs deep beneath the surface to reveal Islam as a rich, proud and powerful force in world affairs.
What You Need to Know about Islam and Muslims by George Braswell – $1.99
Geared toward both the student and the interested general reader, this volume is an all-you-need-to-know-and-more book about Islam. Written in simple language, this book describes to Christians the story of Islam and the Muslim people, and their aggressive plans to establish Islam in every culture.
Islam and America: Answers to the 31 Most-Asked Questions by George Braswell – $1.99
Gives readers the information they want and answers to the questions they are asking. Beyond the media portrayals, Islam and America accurately reports the truth about this religion and its adherents.
A Theology for Family Ministry by Michael J. Anthony and Michelle Anthony – $2.99
Advises church and ministry leaders on how to make biblically and philosophically informed choices when reaching out to adults and children within these shifting paradigms. Emphasis is placed on what the Scriptures teach about the composition of the home, followed by discerning and hope-filled strategies for helping all families live out their God-given mandates.
James Robinson Graves by Michael A. G. Haykin and James A. Patterson – $0.99
A biography focusing on Graves’s understanding of essential Baptist boundary markers. It assesses the strengths and weaknesses of the Landmark legacy and concludes with an epilogue that discusses the enduring influence of his ideas in the decades after his death.
Truth Matters by Andreas Köstenberger, Darrell Bock, and Josh Chatraw – $2.99
A level-headed reaction to those who equate Christian faith with “blind faith,” even those whose subtle or stated goal is to separate students from their religious traditions. Readers will discover the kind of historical information and thinking skills that build a sturdy backbone of confidence in high schoolers and young adults, making them able to defend by “reasoned faith” what the Bible claims as truth.