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Black Science

Author: Rick Remender
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ISBN: 9781607069676
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Grant McKay and his team have punched through the barriers of reality with his invention, the Pillar, but something goes wrong and now Grant, his team, and his kids are barreling through the Eververse with no guidance and no way home.

The New Answers Book Volume 4

Author: Ken Ham
Publisher: New Leaf Publishing Group
ISBN: 1614583765
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What about climate change? Is there a connection between dragon legends and dinosaurs? Is evolution the bloodiest religion ever? What about cavemen? What are the 10 best evidences for a young creation? The Answers series has been a powerful tool in equipping believers to share and defend their faith. Now the newest book in this landmark series takes on hot button topics like climate change, ancient man, and many more. Too many people have walked away from their faith because they sought answers for what seemed a contradiction in Christian belief and scientific teaching. For those who desire a deeper walk and a thriving faith in the face of a growing cultural adversity, now find the answers to questions you have or others may use to genetic engineering, this powerful team of apologists is able to inspire you and those you know who may not yet believe.

The Human Person In God S World

Author: Douglas Hedley
Publisher: Scm Press
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Austin Farrer Centenary Conference was held at Oriel College in 2004. This collection of essays discusses Austin Farrer's contribution to philosophical and theological anthropology. It provides a study of Farrer's defence of the freedom of the will, divine agency, providence and evil, creation and evolution, faith, reason and imagination.

The God Of Covenant And Creation

Author: Larry S. Chapp
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 0567391434
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Larry Chapp develops a true "theology of nature" that begins and ends with strictly confessional Christian warrants. He begins by showing how modern naturalism arose out of a theological matrix and how it lost its way specifically as naturalism as soon as it rejected that theological matrix. Indeed, modern naturalism is not so much a-theological as it is a rival theology to that of the Church. All claims of ultimacy, including those of natural science, have inherently theological orientations embedded within them - however unconsciously. Therefore, what confronts us in the modern world is not so much a choice between a non-theological naturalism and a theological naturalism. Rather, what confronts us is a choice between two rival theologies - one agnostic and a-theistic in its implications while the other is revelocentric and Christian.

The Palace Of Glory

Author: Arthur Peacocke
Publisher: ATF Press
ISBN: 9781920691288
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This volume is a representative cross-section of the recent thinking of Arthur Peacocke on how to conceive of divine and human relations-broadly, of God' as the world's Creator and the world itself created by God. Such an enterprise has many variegated facets and the various chapters of the book reflect this diversity.