Author: The Message Behind the Movie
Christian books on movies often discuss Hollywood’s messages without teaching readers how to evaluate movies themselves. The Message Behind the Movie seeks to accomplish this, as well as instruct believers in what to do about those messages. Readers will be able to understand the basics of movie interpretation, identify and interpret key ideas, and provide an uncomplicated defense of the Christian message. In a fun and approachable style, apologetics instructor and lover of movies Douglas Beaumont will help enable readers to wisely engage with a film — to engage the culture — without disengaging their faith.
Contributor: “Does God Care About My Entertainment Choices?”
Like the acclaimed Apologetics Study Bible that has sold 115,000+ copies, the Apologetics Study Bible for Students will anchor younger Christians in the truths of Scripture by equipping them with thoughtful and practical responses for whenever the core issues of their faith and life are challenged.
Contributor: “The Hermeneutics of Eschatology: Preterism and Dispensationalism Compared.”
Vol. 8, no. 2 (Spring 2010). Is it really true that a “consistent, literal hermeneutic” will land one in a particular view of eschatology? This popular claim is challenged in this issue of the Christian Apologetics Journal.
Contributor: “A Consideration of Thomas Flint’s Position on the Thomistic View of Divine Sovereignty and Human Freedom.”
Vol. 10, no. 2 (Spring 2012). I argue that the Thomist position actually meets Flint’s requirements for an acceptable notion of freedom, and that as such, Aquinas’s view is safeguarded from Flint’s specific criticisms. I will then turn to a brief consideration of how Aquinas’s view affects his understanding of the problem of evil.
Contributor: “Is the Deity of Christ Biblical,” “Did Jesus exist,” and others.
Got Questions? is crucially needed-a resource that answers questions explicitly from a biblical perspective, with solid evangelical theology. Written in an easy-to-understand format and organized in easy-to-follow sections, Got Questions? will help readers find the answers to the most frequently asked questions regarding spiritual matters. The questions were asked by real people struggling through real-life issues who received solid, practical answers from the Bible. The articles in this volume are compiled from the more than 1,600 frequently-asked questions on our website, which are read over 3 million times each month.
Contributor: “The Existence of Chuck Norris” (a Thomas Aquinas–inspired spoof)
The admired Best Catholic Writing series continues with contributions from Peggy Noonan, Robert Ellsberg, Pope Benedict XVI, Thomas Lynch, John Allen, and twenty-two other essayists, poets, novelists, scholars, and journalists.
Contributor: Foreword and Appendix (“How We Know the Bible is God’s Word”)
Eternal Sobriety provides a closer look at the spiritual principles found in 12-Step recovery programs and provides truthful Biblical insight and visibility about the nature of God, the spiritual growth process, and His true will for us. Here is what the publisher says you will find in this book.