Christianity and Civilization is the foundation of a full-formed Christian world and life view. Each volume represents a broad area of study and many different authors in many different articles bring light to the topic.
But these aren't dry academic articles sent down from the lofty ivory tower of boring theology—these are down-to-earth and immediately practical. The authors recognize that living the Christian life is where real societal change takes place. While these articles are far from light on thought and research, they are definitely heavy on useful information and advice for the living the life.
The Complete Christianity and Civilization collects all four volumes of the series with a bonus book from Gary DeMar, Something Greater is Here. These five resources are a mini-library of a comprehensive Christian worldview. They will leave you amazed and wondering were they have been hiding all these years. The print versions have been long out-of-print, but they have been preserved as electronic files, which also have the added benefit of being searchable.
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This download includes the audio of talks from the Worldview Super Conference IV - Biblical Blueprints for Victory. (2010) Christianity and Post-Modern Historiography - Dr. Roger Schultz Postmodern approaches...
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Paperback now available! Christian Economics in One Lesson is Dr. North's reworking of Henry Hazlitt’s classic introduction to economic thought, Economics in One Lesson. That book set the standard as an...
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"The Failure of American Baptist Culture" might seem a puzzling topic for a symposium of essays, but the contention of the editors...is that American culture or civilization has been, in...
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"I am not a pacifist, because pacifism in this poor world in which we live, this lost world, means that we desert the people who need our greatest help. As...