The Faith: What Christians Believe, Why They Believe It, and Why It Matters
Charles Colson and Harold Fickett
The apologetic laid out in The Faith is theological grounding for believers put on the spot. Colson's case in point: the courage of the Amish girls at Nickel Mines.
Generations ago, ministry to prostitutes stalled out after conversion. Today, outreach is comprehensive and transformational, focused on helping women.
Hansen goes on a road trip to the nerve centers of a Calvinist renewal. His stops include Bethlehem Baptist Church, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Mars Hill Church, and Passion Conference.
Nurturing the Nations: Reclaiming the Dignity of Women in Building Healthy Cultures
Darrow L. Miller with Stan Guthrie
Miller and Guthrie offer worldview transformation as a critical response to the global misogyny that keeps women in poverty.
Murray aims to set the record straight about Saint Francis both by dismissing legends that present him as barely human, and by elevating the role of Clare of Assisi, one of Francis' first followers.
Previous Top 5 lists have featured books on devotionals, how character shapes belief, food, Atheism, China, Presidents, World Christianity, Ancient-Future Faith, the Civil Rights Era, Social Justice, Church History, Popular Culture, the Civil War, Apologetics, Atheism, and Sex.1
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