The Christian life seems to be a confusing paradox. Evangelicals find themselves lost between law and grace, wondering where to go. This concise handbook fields this issue and wrestles it into a concise, understandable concept, useful to the average Christian.... [Read More]
The Christian life seems to be a confusing paradox. Evangelicals find themselves lost between law and grace, wondering where to go. This concise handbook fields this issue and wrestles it into a concise, understandable concept, useful to the average Christian.
Alva J. McClain Dr. Alva J. McClain (1888-1968) was the founding president of Grace Theological Seminary and Grace College and served in that capacity from 1937 until his retirement in 1962, when he... More »
At the heart of all thinking about education, whether Christian or secular, lies the problem of integration. To adopt a philosophy of education is not the same as integrating that philosophy into all the parts--curriculum, student activities, administration, and more.... [Read More]
The conquest and settlement of Canaan is one of the most exciting eras of Israel's history. This concise analysis of this era uses archaeological discoveries, ancient Near Eastern history and the Hebrew text to interpret these books. 20 pages, Paperback... [Read More]
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