A Christian Perspective The nature, history, and contemporary utilization of cremation is examined against the background of the Bible in order to form guidelines for Christian thought and practice. In a very readable and well-balanced fashion, the author deals with... [Read More]
The nature, history, and contemporary utilization of cremation is examined against the background of the Bible in order to form guidelines for Christian thought and practice. In a very readable and well-balanced fashion, the author deals with the arguments for and against cremation of the dead.
John J. Davis John J. Davis, Th.D., D.D., is president/professor emeritus at Grace College and Grace Theological Seminary in Winona Lake, Ind. He is the author of numerous books and articles and has served as... More »
The Prophecies of Daniel, Strauss has written an engaging and informative commentary quite applicable in this day when there is great curiosity about future events and what the Bible says about them. Both these books will be helpful either to... [Read 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]
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