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$ 19.00

Darwin on Trial

by Phillip Johnson

The controversial book that rocketed the scientific establishment! Why? It shows that the theory of evolution is based not on fact but on the faith of naturalism


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$ 30.00

The New Evidence that Demands a Verdict

by Josh McDowell

Christians today face growing challenges to show that their faith is both relevant and credible. Josh McDowell's New Evidence That Demands a Verdict is a clear and classic defense of the faith including answering new questions posed by today's culture.


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$ 13.00

The Old Man and the Sea

by Ernest Hemingway

A classic work of 20th-century thought asking, 'Does life have any meaning to it?' A fascinating story- a tragic answer!


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$ 15.00

The Plague

by Albert Camus

A gripping tale of unrelieved horror, of survival and resilience, and of the ways in which humankind confronts death, The Plague is at once a masterfully crafted novel, eloquently understated and epic in scope, and a parable of ageless moral resonance, profoundly relevant to our times.


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$ 15.00

Walden Two

by B.F. Skinner

This fictional outline of a modern utopia has been a center of controversy ever since its publication in 1948. Set in the United States, it pictures a society in which human problems are solved by a scientific technology of human conduct.


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$ 17.00

That Hideous Strength

by C.S. Lewis

Called a modern fairy-tale for grown-ups, That Hideous Strength, follows that logical conclusions of a society that embraces a false world view. Fiction or reality? You decide!


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$ 18.00

Pollution and the Death of Man

by Francis Schaeffer

The Bible is clear: mankind was meant to exercise godly dominion over the earth. Yet today men mine valuable resources by whatever method brings the greatest profit in the shortest time, leaving the earth ravaged.ÉThey worship self and ignore the God who made them. The answer to the ecological crises of our day is found only in the glorious truths of biblical Christianity.


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$ 15.00

The Second American Revolution

by John Whitehead

Whitehead, through diligent research, argues that though the United States was founded on principles drawn from the Christian faith, it has undergone a second American revolution - a revolution based upon secular thinking.


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$ 14.00

Sophie's World

by Jostein Gaader

'Who am I?, 'Where am I from?, and 'Where am I going?' Perhaps the three most important questions man may ask about himself. What are the possible answers? What are Sophie's answers? More importantly, what are your answers?


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$ 15.00

The New Tolerance

by Josh McDowell

What happens to a culture that has lost Truth as its basis for decision making? Josh analyzes our post-modern culture.


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$ 14.00

True Spirituality

by Francis Schaeffer

Schaeffer writes though "This book was published after a number of others, but in a certain sense it should have been first. (Out of Francis Schaeffer's own personal struggles came the reality of True Spirituality.) Without the material in this book there would be no L'Abri." One of the finest explanations of salvation in its fullest sense. A book to read every year.


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$ 30.00

Of Pandas and People

by Foundation for Thought and Ethics

The central question of biological origins is understood and analyzed. Learn what to say to a person who believes that life is only the result of evolutionary processes; to the person who believes there is no God. This is a very important book to include in your world view library.


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$ 15.00

Economics in One Lesson

by Hazlitt

Hazlitt's book examines and debunks the many fallacies and myths of economic thinking. Some of these ideas are centuries old, but they continue to plague us today. Hazlitt offers a simple 40-word sentence as his central lesson of economics.


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