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1 & 2 Samuel / Kay Gabrysch

"Kay Gabrysch leads us well through these adventuresome stories to the throne of David's greater Son. And she does so in an accessible way that draws us in."
—Joseph (Skip) Ryan, Chancellor and Professor of Practical Theology, Redeemer Seminary, Dallas
"Gracious and accessible, Gabrysch introduces her readers into the world of sound biblical interpretation by emphasizing the storied nature of Scripture."
—Michael Williams, Professor of Systematic Theology, Covenant Seminary, St. Louis
"Our women’s Bible study was blessed in several ways and on several levels as we worked our way through Kay Gabrysch’s study of 1 and 2 Samuel. Kay’s thoughtful framework and insightful questions helped us to engage these Old Testament narratives with heightened expectation."
—Richard Colquitt, Assistant Pastor for Community Formation, Christ the King Presbyterian Church, Houston

Did Adam Exist? / Vern S. Poythress

Can we still believe in a historical Adam? Vern Poythress offers a theologically and scientifically informed evaluation of the claims that genetic analyses show that Adam could not have existed

How Can I Know for Sure? / David B. Garner

To many, the only remaining certainty in our world is uncertainty. Can we really know anything for sure? We all enter the marketplace of ideas with presuppositions that need to be challenged before we can see what is true—and what is not. Philosophical and religious pluralism have convinced us that unchanging truth, if it exists at all, is entirely beyond our grasp—unknowable. Into this cloud of doubt and confusion comes the authoritative voice of Holy Scripture. David Garner shows us that, by the powerful ministry of the Holy Spirit, not only can we know biblical truth, we can know it with a confidence deeper than any logic could ever provide and with an assurance that no human expression could ever instill. God's Word is true, and by the vital ministry of the Holy Spirit we can know the truths of God's Word truly, quietly, assuredly, and eternally.

How Did Evil Come Into the World? / William Edgar

"While the evidence for design in nature has become much stronger in recent decades, many people continue to reject it. The problem of evil ranks as one of the main reasons for this. If the world is designed by an intelligent and powerful being, why are there so many apparent imperfections? Why do so many people die in natural disasters? What aspects of our condition can be attributed to the biblical Fall? William Edgar serves as a helpful guide for the perplexed in his Science and the Problem of Evil, showing that Christian doctrine can make sense of these difficult questions."
—Guillermo Gonzalez, Assistant Professor of Astronomy, Ball State University, South Bend, Indiana

"Dr. Edgar gives wise counsel in sorting through major issues about evil. Using a biblically grounded worldview, he ably distinguishes evil as an intrusion from a world that God originally created good, and shows the inadequacy of modern materialism. He gives hope on the basis of Christ's work of redemption. He also provides useful guidance about the death and suffering of animals, about science and technology, and about the growing possibilities for abusing technology as well as benefiting from it."
—Vern S. Poythress, Professor of New Testament Interpretation and Editor of the Westminster Theological Journal, Westminster Theological Seminary

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