How Should Christians Argue about Politics? (eBook Flash Sale)
While our electoral season is nearly complete, the election isn't an ending: it's a beginning. No matter who wins, how should Christians respond? How should we argue? How should we engage in public life over the next four years and beyond?
To help with these challenges, today we're launching a flash sale on a small handful of eBooks that will help you explore vital Christian perspectives on politics and public life. Gain a fresh perspective on some of the most pressing issues of our time (and save quite a bit of money) with these deals:
- Politics—According to the Bible by Wayne Grudem is 70% OFF. “A sweeping, and inspiring, guide to politics and government," says Hugh Hewitt. "A comprehensive but extremely readable and easy-to-use primer on how a Christian guided by Scripture should think about all of the many issues facing a citizen today.”
- Five Views on the Church and Politics, general editor Amy E. Black, is 69% OFF. Dig into five views: Anabaptist (Separationist) with Thomas W. Heilke; Lutheran (Paradoxical) with Robert Benne; Black Church (Prophetic) with Bruce L. Fields; Reformed (Transformationist) with James K. A. Smith; and Catholic (Synthetic) with J. Brian Benestad.
- My Final Word: Holding Tight to Issues that Matter Most by Charles Colson is 69% OFF. The final book by Charles Colson presents twelve key issues for an ongoing and vital Christian witness in the 21st century--issues that include same-sex marriage, Islam, the persecution of Christians, and more. "[These words] stir, inspire, and give us hope" says Timothy George.
- A Wilderness of Mirrors: Trusting Again in a Cynical World by Mark Meynell is 69% OFF. Explore the roots of discord and alienation in our society and discover what Christopher J. H. Wright calls a "hard-won word of hope," firmly based on the gospel.
- The Political Disciple: A Theology of Public Life by Vincent Bacote is 50% OFF. What does it mean to reflect Christlikeness in public practice? This is a concise primer on Christianity and public life.
- How to Be Evangelical without Being Conservative by Roger E. Olson is 70% OFF. Olson "helps us to see that the evangelical commitment to the Word of God calls on us to resist the cultural captivity of any ideological agenda” writes John R. Franke.
This is a very short sale -- it disappears at 11:59pm ET on October 11, 2016. If you know someone who would like this sale, please share this link with them: http://bit.ly/2e6eP3H Thank you!
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