Evangelical Heathenism? Examining Contemporary Revivalism.
A critical analysis of "Moral Government Theology," a heretical doctrinal movement
that has gained influence among many evangelical missions organizations
and threatens the integrity of the gospel they preach. 155 pages. $8.00
Where Garden Meets Wilderness: Evangelical Entry Into the Environmental
A historical survey and thoughtful assess ment of the evangelical
environmental movement with suggestions for improvement. Approximately
300 pages. Available September 1997. $18.00
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Answers: For Atheists, Agnostics, and Other Thoughtful Skeptics--Dialogs
About Christian Faith and Life.
Friendly, understandable answers to
scores of common objections to Christian faith. No jargon, no
patronizing, just straightforward truth in entertaining dialogue form.
192 pages. $12.00
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Man, Economy, and Environment in Biblical Perspective.
lectures cover justice and grace in helping the poor, dangers of
environmentalism, hazards of government economic planning versus justice
and benefits of free markets. 69 pages. $6.00
Prosperity and Poverty: The Compassionate Use of Resources in a World of
Introduction to Biblical world view of economics, economic
ethics, government, and poverty relief, providing firm Biblical,
theoretical, empirical guidelines for responsible freedom and
compassionate action. 304 pages. $13.00
"Jesus Only" Churches.
A volume in the Zondervan Guide to Cults and
Religious Movements. A refutation of the anti-Trinitarian theology and
the works-righteousness "gospel" of the United Pentecostal Church and
other "modalistic" cults. 96 pages. $5.95
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Prospects for Growth: A Biblical View of Population, Resources, and the
Biblical, ethical, and empirical data demolish doom-and-gloom
environmentalist propaganda about overpopulation, resource depletion, and
environmental degradation and build a Christian vision for the future.
282 pages. $13.00
God in Three Persons.
Biblical and historical evidence for the doctrine of the Trinity clearly explained for lay and specialist readers. Refutes
anti-Trinitarian arguments. Helpful to Christians confronted by cults'
and others' anti-Trinitarian arguments. 160 pages. $9.00
Psalms of Promise: Celebrating the Majesty and Faithfulness of God,
2d ed., rev. Expository and devotional studies of nineteen Psalms focusing
on covenantal privileges and responsibilities, covering salvation history
from creation to consummation. 283 pages. $10.00
1st ed., lacks prologue on Psalm 1. Limited supply. $7.50
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Papers on Economics, Politics, and Environment.
Nearly 1.5 megabytes of papers, lectures, and articles on the image of God in man, free-market
economics, justice and the poor, resources, and the environment.
Equivalent to several books. 3.5-inch DOS disk; files in WordPerfect 5.1.
Anthologies with Contributions By Mr. Beisner
Biblical Principles & Economics: The Foundations,
ed. Richard C.
Chewning. Examines how principles of Scripture should be brought to bear
on the complex economies of our modern world. Includes two chapters by
Beisner: "Biblical Incentives and Economic Systems" and "Biblical
Incentives and an Individual's Economic Choices." 315
Morality and the Marketplace,
A Christian Vision Book, vol. 7, ed.
Michael Bauman. Exciting lectures from the Hillsdale College Center for
Constructive Alternatives on the ethics of free enterprise and how
capitalism improves the lives of billions. Includes Beisner's
"Stewardship in a Free Market." 170 pages. $10.00
Christianity and Economics in the Post-Cold War Era: The Oxford
Declaration and Beyond,
ed. Herbert Schlossberg, Vinay Samuel, and Ronald
J. Sider. A powerful discussion of economics from the perspective of
Christian ethics, including the Oxford Dec laration on Christian Faith
and Economics. Includes Beisner's "Justice and Poverty: Two Views
Contrasted." 186 pages. $11.00
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