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 »
This much-needed volume fills a gap in the study of ancient Egyptian practices and beliefs. Egyptian mummification is a subject that is easily caught up in mystery and speculation. The author has made this subject understandable by presenting it in... [Read More]
Scientists Who Made a Difference This book is a look at great scientists who will be remembered not only for their work in research but also for their faith in Christ. This is a “hall of fame” for creation scientists.... [Read More]
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