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Apologetics
5 Minute Apologist: Maximum Truth in Minimum Time

Part of being a Christian is telling others about your faith. Sounds easy, but do you know how to answer the tough questions? Are you prepared to respond to skeptical friends and family? With this book, answers to the difficult, honest questions you face are organized topically and marked with tabs for instant access. In daily, five-minute readings, Rick Cornish gives you powerful yet humble words to defend your faith.
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Baker Encyclopedia of Christian Apologetics

This comprehensive reference volume examines every key issue, person, and concept related to Christian apologetics. Written entirely by leading apologist Norman Geisler, it stands as the culmination of he author’s lifelong career and ministry. This resource joins several other volumes in the Baker Reference Library in offering the finest of evangelical scholarship to both scholars and laypeople. Each of the contributions is easy to understand and easy to use. These volumes serve as ideal home reference books for laity, handy resources for pastors, and church leaders, and reliable supplemental texts for courses in Christian colleges and seminaries.
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Evidence for Christianity

Skilled at debating Marxists, academics, and Islamic apologists, McDowell (Don't Check Your Brains at the Door) now brings his bold style to a biblical sourcebook for 'everyday' skeptics - and the believers who know them. He presents solid, persuasive evidence of faith to doubting seekers and gives compelling answers to the hard questions Christians are reluctant to discuss.
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How Do You Know You

Responding to Objections That Leave Christians Speechless
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Know What You Believe, Updated and Expanded

For nearly 30 years, this best-selling classic has helped people understand the basic truths of the Christian faith. Now additional insights from the late author's notes and a more contemporary format make it even more valuable to your spiritual walk! Explains the Bible, God, Jesus, man and sin, Satan, salvation, the church, and more. 208 pages, softcover from Chariot.
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No Place for Truth:

Or Whatever Happened to Evangelical Theology?
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Relativism: Feet Firmly Planted in Mid-Air

Writing from years of experience in defending Christian values, Beckwith and Koukl offer a critique of moral relativism. They explore the inconsistencies inherent in the relativist position, suggest specific approaches that can be used in the course of dialogue, and consider the everyday implications of relativism, especially in relation to important issues such as: abortion, homosexuality, multiculturalism, political correctness, and tolerance. Paperback.
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The Case for Christ:

A Journalist's Personal Investigation of the Evidence for Jesus
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The New Evidence That Demands a Verdict

Few apologetics books can claim the intellectual breadth that The New Evidence that Demands a Verdict has. It's extensive bibliography and documentation give it a firm foundation that enables it to weather even the strongest criticism. It has been a classic apologetic reference since its first publication, and it is now even better.
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Christian Doctrine
Major Bible Prophecies

With the dawn of the new millennium, Christians are more interested than ever in end-times theology. In this fascinating exploration, Walvoord, the world's foremost interpreter of prophecy from a dispensational perspective, examines pertinent world events---from the two world wars to the birth of Israel---and the bearing they have on our future. 464 pages, softcover from Zondervan.
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Survey of Bible Doctrine

Ryrie's A Survey of Bible Doctrine offers an easy-to-understand overview of the various doctrines of the Bible written especially for the layperson. Ryrie examines a wide range of topics, including: the nature of God, the inspiration of Scripture, Christ, the Holy Spirit, the angelic world, the nature and depravity of humans, salvation, the church, and the last things. Ryrie argues for the contemporary relevance of the Bible in this accessible and engaging survey of its key teachings.
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The Holy Spirit, Revised & Expanded

All students of Scripture can benefit from this concise, practical study of the person and work of the Holy Spirit. All the doctrinal essentials are here, clearly organized and explained by the renowned scholar who prepared the Ryrie Study Bible. Avoiding confusion and trendiness, Dr. Ryrie sticks uncompromisingly to the revealed Word of God to answer questions such as: What is Spirit baptism? What is the sin against the Holy Spirit? What does it mean to be filled with the Spirit? What about the spiritual gift of tongues? What is true spiritual power? This revised and expanded edition includes two new chapters on contemporary issues related to the doctrine of the Holy Spirit, new overview charts, handy subject and Scripture indexes for quick reference, and an updated bibliography for further study.
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Things to Come

Because of the prominence of prophecy in Scripture, many excellent books have appeared dealing with prophetic subjects. However, the treatment has often been either apologetic or expository in nature, which has left prophetic themes to be developed individually apart from their relation to the whole revealed prophetic program. Thus, much of our knowledge has remained only fragmentary and unrelated. Dr. Dwight Pentecost's monumental work, Things to Come, has changed this situation dramatically. In this detailed and highly successful study, Dr. Pentecost has synthesized the whole field of prophecy into a unified biblical exposition, arriving at a systematic and complete biblical eschatology. Things to Come offers a comprehensive and accessible presentation of biblical prophecy for pastors, scholars, and interested laypersons who want to know more about this fascinating subject.
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Things Which Become Sound Doctrine

Without sacrificing scholarship for clarity, Pentecost reviews 14 foundational doctrines of the Christian faith. Explaining this essential terminology for the general reader, he discusses the significance of depravity; regeneration; substitution; redemption; propitiation; sanctification; predestination; grace; imputation; repentance; reconciliation; justification; security; and resurrection. Solid exposition in practical terms. 159 pages, softcover from Kregel.
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Christian Philosophy
Philosophy Made Slightly Less Difficult:

A Beginner's Guide to Life's Big Questions
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Church History
5 Minute Church Historian

Learning about 2,000 years of Christian history doesn't have to be a long, laborious process---especially when Rick Cornish, the 5-Minute Church Historian, is your teacher! Imparting maximum truth in minimum time, he provides brief, easy-to-read entries on key people, movements, and events that shaped our faith over the millennia.
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Church History in Plain Language, Second Edition

Dr. Bruce Shelley makes church history come alive in this classic book that has become not only the first choice of many laypeople and church leaders but the standard text in many college classrooms over the nation. What separates this book from others is its clarity, both of language and organization.
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The Story of Christianity, One-Volume Edition

Now available in one affordable hardcover, Gonzalez's 2- volume work continues to set the standard in seminary classrooms worldwide. This highly acclaimed text provides a vivid introduction to Christian history, from the apostolic church to the present day. Gonzalez skillfully weaves in relevant details from the lives of prominent figures, tracing out core theological developments as reflected in the lives of leading thinkers within various church traditions. Especially careful attention is given to Christian expansion into Central and South America during the early modern period. 880 pages, from Prince Press.
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Commentaries
Believer

Written to give "the average Christian reader a basic knowledge of what the Holy Bible is all about," the Believer's Bible Commentary is a one-volume commentary on the entire Bible based on the New King James Version (NKJV). Author William MacDonald has compiled an insightful and applicable commentary, with introductions, notes, and bibliographies for each book of the Bible. This commentary is both a verse-by-verse exposition (in the New Testament, Psalms, Proverbs, and Ecclesiastes) and a paragraph-by-paragraph exposition (all other Old Testament books). Passages in the Old Testament which point toward Christ are given special attention.
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KJV Bible Commentary

For readers of the King James Version (KJV) of the Bible, this commentary is a must have. Both practical and doctrinal, this work draws on the expertise of top evangelical scholars to offer a complete, verse-by-verse commentary on the entire Bible.
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MacArthur Bible Commentary

A crowning achievement from one of America's leading Bible teachers! Bringing the same expositional skill and down-to-earth style to this one-volume commentary as he has to his best-selling multivolume New Testament set, John MacArthur offers a non-technical passage-by-passage examination of the whole Bible. Short introductions, cross-references, and word-study sidebars complement MacArthur's masterful analysis. 1800 pages, hardcover from Nelson.
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Evangelism
Evangelism Explosion, Fourth Edition

Does the thought of "doing" evangelism make you uneasy? Is outreach primarily the responsibility of paid staff at your church? Let this Bible-based method of friendship evangelism and discipleship equip and encourage your entire church to accept Christ's Great Commission! Participants will learn how to naturally share the gospel and disciple new believers. 228 pages, softcover from Tyndale.
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How to Give Away Your Faith: Updated & Expanded

''So you want to witness? I did too, but I didn't have a clue about how to do it without stubbing my toe in the process.'' Little's humor and down-to-earth approach show how friendly and natural giving away your faith can be. This update of a classic, thoroughly revised by Marie Little, includes material from several never-before-published lectures, and a study guide for individual or group use. 191 pages, softcover from InterVarsity.
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The Master Plan of Evangelism

It all started when Jesus called a few men to follow him and share God's message with their neighbors. We are called to do the same. But evangelism can be difficult - even intimidating. With all the evangelism resources available, where should you turn to find advice on how to share the Good News with others? Robert E. Coleman (The Master's Way of Personal Evangelism) says the answers aren't found in TV evangelism, easy-evangelism guidebooks, or the latest marketing techniques. Rather, he looks to the Bible, to the ultimate example found in Jesus Christ.
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Reference Books
The New Unger

Helping readers and students of Scripture for almost half a century, this updated resource features 67,000 entries, detailed essays, new color photography, maps from The Moody Atlas of Bible Lands, dozens of charts, and more!
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Theology (Systematic, Biblical, Historical)
5-Minute Theologian: Maximum Truth in Minimum Time

Theology isn't something for just pastors to study. You also need to understand God's Word and principles to protect you and your family against a barrage of half-truths and outright lies. This book will give you a maximum amount of truth with a minimum commitment of time.
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A Biblical Theology of the Old Testament

God didn't give us an outline of his truth all at once, the way he delivered the commandments to Moses. Instead, he spread it out over 1500 years and 40 authors. In this volume, compiled by the faculty of Dallas Theological Seminary, you'll trace the progressive revelation of biblical truth book-by-book through the Old Testament. As you work through the chapters, you'll gain a precise understanding of each Bible book's contribution to biblical theology and a sound foundation for systematic theology. About 550 pages, hardcover from Moody.
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Christian Theology, Second Edition

The first edition of Erickson's Christian Theology was the standard for conservative evangelical systematic theology. Erickson has updated Christian Theology based on the feedback from theology students and professors. Erickson also added a chapter on postmodernism, and has included chapter objectives, summaries, and study questions.
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Institutes of the Christian Religion

Theologian par excellence, Calvin is best known for his Institutes of the Christian Religion, a theological introduction to the Bible and vindication of Reformation principles. Beveridge's 1845 translation of Calvin's magnum opus is now available in a one-volume format that retains the pagination of the original two volumes. 1310 pages, softcover from Eerdmans.
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Integrative Theology

Now you can have all three volumes of this monumental work in one convenient resource! Well-researched and readable, this innovative approach to theology integrates the historical, biblical, systematic, apologetic, and practical viewpoints to give you a unified picture of Scripture from an Evangelical perspective. A valuable, comprehensive study that will strengthen your faith and help you share it with others. 1500 pages, hardcover from Zondervan.
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Lectures in Systematic Theology

Lectures on Systematic Theology offers surprising depth for its relatively small size (only 450 pages). Its divisions, focusing on God, the Bible, angels, men, Christ, the church and end times, cover all major Christian doctrines in a clear and polished manner. Long used in seminaries and Bible colleges, this book will continue to inspire students of the word and to grow a people for God.
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Systematic Theology

If you respect Dr. Walter Kaiser of Gordon-Conwell Seminary for his academic prowess and commitment to biblical authority, come meet the man for whom he served as a teaching assistant! Dr. Robert Duncan Culver tackles the totality of biblical and historical theology in this important work. Here is a harvest of years presented clearly and accurately--a monumental contribution to the Reformed tradition.
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Systematic Theology

Theologically conservative and homiletically attuned, Strong's has been the classic work for generations of evangelical students. It's vast in scope yet meticulously detailed, copiously indexed, and cross-referenced. Strong served as president of Rochester Theological Seminary from 1872 to 1912, and greatly influenced Baptist thought and theology. 1166 pages, hardcover from Judson.
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Systematic Theology, Vol. 3

Third in Geisler's 4-volume theological tour de force. Examine the origin, nature, and effects of sin---and follow up with a detailed exploration of its defeat through the work of Jesus Christ. Geisler offers in-depth analysis of all applicable theories on the extent of the atonement, the nature of grace, the assurance of heaven, and more. 640 pages, hardcover from Bethany.
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Systematic Theology, Volume 1

Theologian and apologist Norman Geisler has been studying and defending the faith for over forty years. He has written numerous books and is an internationally known speaker and debater. He brings his vast experience to this book, the first volume in a proposed four-volume look at systematic theology, which will examine Christian belief, doctrine and practice.
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Systematic Theology, Volume 2

After years of study, teaching, and research, one of Christianity's foremost theologians offers the eagerly anticipated second book in his 4-volume magnum opus. Beginning with an examination of God's existence and his attributes, Geisler goes on to explore the biblical understanding of God's work in history and addresses various scientific views dealing with origins. 624 pages, hardcover from Bethany.
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Systematic Theology, Volume 4

In the fourth and final volume of Geisler's magnum opus, he examines the origin, nature, government, ordinances, and ministry of Christ's church. Continuing with a detailed study of the end times, he addresses other key topics---the final status of the saved and lost, theories of purgatory and annihilationism, the millennium, Christ's return, and more. 784 pages, hardcover from Bethany.
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The Moody Handbook of Theology

Theology is a broad and diverse topic. If you are looking for a concise look at the major theological systems, The Moody Handbook of Theology is for you. It offers introductory material on the five major types of theology: biblical, systematic, historical, dogmatic, and contemporary.
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World Religions/Cults
Kingdom of the Cults, rev. and updated ed.

Radio's original Bible Answer Man Walter Martin's classic resource as updated by cult and occult specialist Ravi Zacharias. Using Martin's well-researched and easily accessible text, Zacharias brings the experience of in-depth study, some would say immersion, into this sometimes confusing field of study and includes many facts and figures covering occurrences in the 1990's (as Martin passed away in 1989).Kingdom of the Cults has always been a trusted resource in times where accurate information is imperative to someone's salvation from the strange world of cults and the occult.
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We are very pleased to provide our online visitors with this resource. Our online store features a number of resources ranging from software to text books in systematic theology that we believe will benefit Christians who are, (1) seeking to develop a more dynamic relationship with Jesus Christ, (2) who desire to gain a greater knowledge and understanding of their faith and, (3) who seek to be better equipped to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ in a lost and dying world and to defend the historic, orthodox doctrines of the faith.

 
Our Mission  
  1. To recover the historical, orthodox doctrines of the Faith and our Evangelical Protestant heritage.

  2. To promote biblical literacy within the Christian community at-large and the study of the inerrant and inspired Word of God.

  3. To proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ, the Gospel of salvation by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone in a lost and dying world.

We seek to accomplish this through the various outreaches formed under the umbrella of RFFIM.

 

   
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