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$ 30.00

The Trilogy of Dr. Schaeffer

by Francis Schaeffer

The three essential books of Francis Schaeffer in one volume (The God Who Is There, Escape from Reason, and He Is There and He is Not Silent) Dr. J.I. Packer asks, 'What is the long-term significance of Francis Schaeffer?' Dr. Harold O.J. Brown of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School answers: 'There is no other important Christian thinker of our era who has tackled as many fundamental intellectual, philosophical, and theological issues as Schaeffer did, and no one else has so revealed their relevance to us.'


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$ 25.00

The Universe Next Door

by James Sire

A basic world view catalog. It is the standard for a clear, readable introduction to worldviews. In concise, easily understood prose, James Sire explains the major ideas that make up each world view.


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$ 22.00

Affliction

by Edith Schaeffer

Have you ever asked, "Why?" That is the question that plagues us all when affliction comes as it must to each of us in each of our lives. In Affliction, Edith Schaeffer comes directly to grips with this eternal question: Why?


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$ 15.00

The City of God

by Augustine

No book except the Bible itself had a greater influence on the Middle Ages than The City of God. And since medieval Europe was the cradle of modern Western society, this work is vital for understanding our world and how it came into being. NOTICE: The New World View Library Edition will be available Fall of 2010.


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$ 15.00

The Iliad

by Homer, from The World View Library Edition (Quine)

The swift rhythms, bright images, and superb English make Homer's Iliad live as never before. Learn from the poets the Greek view of the world. The World View Library Edition (Quine) is presented in a clear, easy to read format. The outside margins contain summary headings, definitions, and other helps.


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$ 15.00

The Odyssey

by Homer, The World View Library Edition (Quine)

A heroic adventure of marriage and family, husband and wife, father and son set into the context of the Greek world view. The World View Libary Edition (Quine) is presented in a clear, easy to read format. The outside margins contain summary headings, definitions, and other helps.


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$ 15.00

The Republic

by Plato

The ideal government, Plato believed, must reflect the structure of the human soul. It must be guided by those with sure knowledge of the good, and guarded by individuals with a fierce allegiance to justice. Participants in economic life, the lowest of the human functions, must find their fulfillment in self-controlled consumption. If each class within the state does the job it is assigned, order will rule and everyone can achieve a measure of happiness. The New World View Library Edition is now available.


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$ 15.00

The Aenied

by Virgil

Commissioned by Caesar Augustus, Virgil was to pen a book that would be used throughout the Roman Empire to persuade all its subjects that the great Caesar Augustus is the son of God and that he would usher in a Golden Age. The New World View Library Edition is now available


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$ 17.00

Genesis in Space and Time

by Francis Schaeffer

Genesis is a book of origins, the origin of the universe, the origin of life and the origin of man. It shows man's particular uniqueness, explains his wonder and his flaw, and begins to trace the flow of human history through time. Many today, however, view this book as a collection of myths, useful for understanding the Hebrew mind, perhaps, but certainly not a record of what really happened. Schaeffer challenges that view and shows how the first eleven chapters of Genesis stand as a solid basis for answering the tough questions posed by modern man.


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$ 22.00

How Should We Then Live?

by Francis Schaeffer

A personal analysis of the key moments in history which have formed our present culture, and the thinking of the men who brought those moments to pass. This study is made in the hope that light may be shed upon the major characteristics of our age and that solutions may be found to the myriad of problems which face us as we close the twentieth century.


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$ 10.00

Let Us Highly Resolve

by David Quine

In order for our children to be ready to stand for Christ in the 21st century their lives must be firmly established upon the Biblical world view. The Quines set forth seven challenges to consider as you disciple your family.


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$ 125.00

Year I

by David Quine

A Classical World View Approach. The Research - Teaching Syllabus includes: (1) Weekly Teaching Overview; (2) Study Notes; (3) commentaries; (4) Outlines; (5) Short Answer Questions; (6) Essay Questions; and (7) Research Projects. YEAR I establshes the Biblical world view and then evalutates the Greek and Roman cultures.


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