A call to all Christians: Honor mainstream Christian roots, nourish those roots, and proclaim that message.
This comprehensive systematic theology expounds the major doctrines of the Christian Faith from the standpoint of Biblical teaching, the early confessions of the Christian Church, and a modern outlook on life. It engages the teaching of the Bible and significant confessional elements embedded in the writings of the early and later Church Fathers, in relation to modern philosophical and scientific perspectives and the human condition. It presents a theological vision that is both biblical and catholic, one that reflects faithfully core apostolically conveyed beliefs of the Christian faith, which are as vibrant and alive for life today as they were when the first Christians preached their faith in the ancient world.
On the Patio
Can a modern, scientifically minded person comfortably be a Christian? Find out as you join this lively dialogue among three main intellectual traditions in Western Civilization: Idealism, Materialism, and the Christian Faith, on the meaning of life for modern people.
Listen to the up-to-date discussion of an Idealist, a Materialist, and a Christian, as they talk on how life has been viewed in Western Civilization and how modern people should view it today. This is one excellent read for discussion in classrooms, churches, and study groups. Come and sit On the Patio as you immerse in this timely discourse on science and faith.
Letters to China
Christianity in the eyes of a Chinese Elder… Unfold this open Letter to China and learn some words of wisdom as shared by a Chinese Elder to his two young Christian friends through this collection of 18 compelling letters.
He writes on the key elements of the Christian Faith, not only on what it means to be a Christian, but what it can mean for a person of proud Chinese ancestry to be a Christian with a profound appreciation for Chinese history and culture. There is a strong emphasis on conserving historic Chinese value of family and community, especially for the growing Christian population of China, and Chinese Christians internationally. These Christian views parallel the best of ideals in China’s cultural heritage.