by M. Stanton Evans
This book will very probably turn everything you learned about western civilization and its effects on the founding of the United States on its head. M. Stanton Evans, a respected journalist, editor, commentator and author, has built a strong case that everything you know about history has been reshaped to fit a Marxist worldview. He debunks modern teaching about the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, the Puritans, etc.
This is a must in any complete library.
by Os Guinness
In our postmodern society, truth no longer exists in any objective or absolute sense. At best, truth is considered relative; at worst, a matter of human convention. But as Os Guinness points out in this important book, truth is a vital requirement for freedom and a good life.
Time for Truth will challenge you to seek the truth, speak the truth, and live the truth. It will show you that becoming a free and truthful person is the deepest secret of integrity and the highest form of taking responsibility for yourself and for your life.
by George Grant
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is having a profound impact on America’s legal system. And because of that, the influence of the ACLU is being felt in every corner of our culture. Many of the battles this organization is fighting should be cause for alarm for anyone with a sense of national morality and justice. What is most sobering, however, is the ACLU’s stand on issues that effect you and your family.
Trial And Error contains true stories which chroniclethe way the ACLU has carried out these policies. True accounts that tell the real story.
In his familiar, thorough style, George Grant methodically uncovers the ACLU’s founding, strategy, and undeniable track record.
You may already think that you know something about this powerful organization. This book is guaranteed to reveal that you probably don’t know enough.
by Gary North
What does the Bible really say about God? About creation? About sin and judgment? About home and family? About politics and government? About wealth and poverty? About the last days? About the mission of the Church? Sadly, most Christians today cannot give anything better than fuzzy, imprecise answers to such questions. Neither can most pastors or theologians. Unconditional Surrender is designed to remedy that grave dilemma. It is a basic primer of the faith. In it, Dr. Gary North tells us what the Bible really says.
After reading this simple, yet profound, lively, yet, meaty book, perhaps the only questions left unanswered in your mind will be, “Am I willing to surrender to the claims of Christ and the commands of Christ? Will I follow Him unconditionally?”
by Dr. Greg L. Bahnsen
We have just ended a century dominated by a multitude of failed prophecies from thise who looked to be raptured out of a collapsing world at any moment. The dawning of a new millenium is causing many in the church to pause and consider whether these discredited “prophets” should be hooted off the stage.
This book offers a sober and faithful examination of Scripture while clearly demonstrating that Christians have every reason to expect the victory of Jesus and the triumph of the Gospel as The Great Commission is fulfilled on earth.
by Ray Sutton
Does the Bible have answers for the problems facing today’s families?
Our families are in trouble. They are under siege. Divorce is rampant. Parental rights are eroding. Social welfare coercion is on the rise. Governmental intervention has become commonplace. One legislative and judicial booby trap after another has been set, right in our own backyard. Many social analysts and Christian counselors fear that if basic family structures continue to sustain such destructive attacks, they will not survive, and the very foundations of Western civilization will crumble. Helpless in the face of impending calamity, they do not know what to do – they don’t have answers.
But the Bible does.
In this volume of the ground breaking Biblical Blueprint Series, Rev. Ray Sutton outlines what those answers are. He shows how the bombs can be defused. He assures us that families can be saved from the ravages of this revolutionary siege if only we would obey Scripture’s clear commands. The Bible tells us what to do, when, where, how, and why. If offers us “blueprints” for victory, Who Owns The Family? lays out that “blueprint” simply, practically, and understandably. It demonstrates that neither the state bureaucrats nor the courts control our families’ futures. God does. Booby traps not withstanding.