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Another seven great chapters that defend God's word! 

  1. "Was Christ Raise from the Dead...Really?" by Josh McDowell. The Bible is defendable, word-for-word, letter-for-letter from Genesis 1 to Revelation 22. And now more than ever in this day and age, we need to be able to defend our beliefs to an unbelieving world. None does this better and Josh will armor you with God's truth! 
  2. "God's Colors & Numbers in Scripture" by Paul Van Noy. God is perfect in his word. Every syllable in the Bible is God-breathed and therefore trustworthy....including every color and every number. An entire new world of biblical insight opens up when you understand the meaning of numbers and color in scripture! 
  3. "Noah's Ark: Fact or Fiction?" by Mike Riddle. With Noah's Ark being the most pooh-poohed (by non-Christians) Old Testament story, you will relish the little-known facts about this very real worldwide event! 
  4. "The Chart" by Frank Peretti. You choose: Is it God's way or man's way? In his wonderfully witty way, Frank traces the fall of man and its ramifications to humans. 
  5. "Incredible Creatures that Defy Evolution" by Jobe Martin. The complexity of life-maintaining systems in the animal kingdom defies any theory of chance. Jobe explores several amazing creatures, big and small, that give evidence of God's incredible design. 
  6. "Starlight and Time" by Russell Humphreys. If the light coming from a distant star is billions of light years away, how could the earth only be about 6,000 years old? 
  7. "Who Really Goes to Heaven?" by John Ankerberg. An excellent overview of who actually IS going to escape the fires of hell!
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