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INTIMACY ANOREXIA by DOUGLAS WEISS

Intimacy Anorexia Anorexic Relationship Spouse

4.0 of 5.0   The bottom line: Precise, insightful and actionable advice aimed at healing this hidden threat.     Intimacy anorexia is the active withholding of emotional, spiritual, and sexual intimacy from a spouse. It is a form of

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ADDICTED TO ADULTERY: THE OTHER REASON SPOUSES CHEAT by DOUGLASS WEISS, PhD.

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4.1 of 5.0   The bottom line: Solid, insightful and actionable advice aimed at healing and helping.     Whether you are in a marriage where adultery has happened or counseling a couple with an adulterer, there are some fundamental

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HELL’S BEST KEPT SECRET by RAY COMFORT

Hell's Best Kept Secret Evangelism Strategies Comfort Bible

5.0 of 5.0   The bottom line: A fearless, Biblically sound call to action in a world soft on God’s Law.   Hell’s Best Kept Secret explains why Christians are lukewarm. It explains why churches are empty and why people feel

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NEW YORK THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY (NYTS): A REVIEW OF THE MDIV PROGRAM

New York Theological Seminary (NYTS) Review of MDiv Program Seminary

This is my graduate student review of New York Theological Seminary (NYTS) based on my three years of experience in the Masters of Divinity (MDiv) degree program. I completed all degree requirements at the end of 2016. The purpose of

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DEFENDING YOUR FAITH: AN INTRODUCTION TO CHRISTIAN APOLOGETICS by R. C. SPROUL

Defending Your Faith (Sproul) Apologetics Christianity Worldviews

4.7 of 5.0   The bottom line: Build a sturdy foundation to defend what you believe and why.     Can you readily present a persuasive case for why you believe in the Christian faith? If the answer is no,

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WHAT CHRISTIANS SHOULD KNOW (#WCSK) VOLUME II PART XIC: THE CHRISTIAN AND THE STATE

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On Justice I will devote a significant amount of time to highlight the Biblical concept of justice in order to make a contemporary connection to living everyday under the authority of a secular regime. What you will find is that

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OLD TESTAMENT ETHICS FOR THE PEOPLE OF GOD by CHRISTOPHER J. H. WRIGHT

Old Testament Ethics Understanding Principles Wright

4.98 of 5.0   The bottom line: A powerful and illuminating work particularly relevant for the modern Christian.     The power of Old Testament Ethics for the People of God lies in its ability to make clear not only

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WHAT CHRISTIANS SHOULD KNOW (#WCSK) VOLUME II PART XIB: THE CHRISTIAN AND THE STATE

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Picking up from last week… The Christian in subjection to the State Romans 13:1-7 is perhaps the most specific and practical text in Scripture regarding what the Christian’s stance should be toward the State: “Every person is to be in

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WHAT CHRISTIANS SHOULD KNOW (#WCSK) VOLUME II PART XIA: THE CHURCH AND STATE

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The series What Christians Should Know Volume II (#WCSK2) boosts your understanding and shows you how to apply biblical principles to everyday life. All Scriptures are taken from the New American Standard Bible unless otherwise noted. Biblical references are examples

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WHAT CHRISTIANS SHOULD KNOW (#WCSK) VOLUME ZERO PART IVC: WHY SUFFERING? (BOOK OF JOB)

#WCSK Why suffering? Job

Job: A case study Any discussion about suffering and the Bible would be incomplete without a mention of Job, the title character of the Old Testament book. Why? Because Job is a textbook on how suffering interacts in a world

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