Questions and Answers

Books

Just Do Something: A LIberating Approach to Finding God’s Will by Kevin DeYoung. With pastoral wisdom and tasteful wit, DeYoung debunks unbiblical ways of understanding God’s will and constructs a simple but biblical alternative: live like Christ.

None Like Him: 10 Ways God is Different from Us (and Why That is a Good Thing) by Jen Wilkin. Calling us to embrace our limits as a means of glorifying God’s limitless power, Jen Wilkin invites us to celebrate the freedom that comes when we rest in letting God be God.

Who Made God? And Answers to Over 100 Tough Questions of Faith edited by Norman Geisler and Ravi Zacharias. This book offers accessible answers to over 100 commonly asked apologetic questions. Bringing together the best in evangelical apologists, this guide is standard equipment for Christians who want to understand and talk about their faith intelligently.

Why Trust the Bible? by Greg Gilbert. Written to help non-Christians, longtime Christians, and everyone in between better understand why God’s Word is reliable, this short book explores the historical and theological arguments that have helped lead millions of believers through the centuries to trust the Bible, from Genesis to Revelation.

New City Catechism: 52 Questions and Answers for Our Hearts and Minds by Kathy Keller. Whether used devotionally, recited orally, or memorized over the course of a year, families, churches, small groups, and Christian schools will treasure this as a valuable tool for teaching the core doctrines of the Christian faith to children and adults alike.

Truth Matters: Confident Faith in a Confusing World by Andreas Kostenberger. 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.

What Does the Bible Really Teach About Homosexuality by Kevin DeYoung. In this timely book, award-winning author Kevin DeYoung challenges each of us—the skeptic and the seeker, the certain and the confused—to take a humble look at God’s Word regarding the issue of homosexuality.

Top ↑

Navigate