ACM is happy to announce that it has released Martin Luther’s Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians and that this work is available to purchase from outlets such as Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com. The edition contains an index to help readers track down concepts and terms that Luther may have referenced. ISBN 9781936830008
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A friend posted a pretty interesting essay today on family values I submit for your reading. I liked it and don’t have much objection to it. After detailing the prominence and priority of ‘family values’ at communicating Life he makes this statement: Luther summed it up succinctly: love and serve God; it falls to the …
Athanatos Christian Ministries is launching an book club. The year long membership delivers one book a month for just $10 a month- including shipping! The books selected continue to influence Christian thought and provide useful insight for apologists in particular, Christians in general, and readers of all stripes, as they grapple with Truth. The list includes both fiction and non-fiction and the authors span centuries and countries.
To learn more and sign up click here.
Current line up (subject to revision)
(In no particular order)
* G. K. Chesterton’s Orthodoxy | Amazon Link | Buy Direct
* Blaise Pascal’s Pensees | Amazon Link | Buy Direct
* George MacDonald’s Lilith | Amazon Link | Buy Direct
* Simon Greenleaf’s Testimony of the Evangelists
* Fyodor Dostoevsky’s The Brothers Karamazov
* Martin Luther’s Commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians
* John Foxe’s Book of Martyrs
* William Paley’s Natural Theology
* The Apologies of Justin the Martyr
* John Bunyan’s The Pilgrim’s Progress
* David Hume’s Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion
Due out on Hitler’s birthday (April 20th, 2009), Joe Keysor’s book, Hitler, the Holocaust, and the Bible: A Scriptural Analysis of Anti-Semitism, National Socialism, and the Churches in Nazi Germany is an important book counteracting the growing clamor that Christianity was the driving ideology behind Hitler, the Nazis, and the Holocaust. It is very important- for obvious reasons- for secular humanists and atheists to show that brutal tyrants were not operating on their principles but rather on Christian principles. In some cases such as Mao and Pol Pot the operation cannot even be attempted. In others, such as Lenin and Stalin, more headway is made. In Hitler, secularists consider the matter a slam dunk.