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August 7th, 2015 by admin

Authentic Fire: A Response to John MacArthur's Strange Fire Book
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Authentic Fire: A Response to John MacArthur’s Strange Fire

by: Creation House

Product rating: 4.5 with 105 reviews

In response to Pastor John MacArthur’s call for a “collective war,” against charismatics, Dr. Michael Brown has called for unity in Jesus based on a return to the truth of the Scriptures in the fullness of the Spirit.

As a charismatic biblical scholar and theologian, Dr. Brown responds to Pastor MacArthur’s charges, making a biblical case for the continuation of the New Testament gifts of the Spirit and demonstrating the unique contribution to missions, theology, and worship made by the charismatic Church worldwide. He calls for an appreciation of the unique strengths and weaknesses of both cessationists and charismatics, inviting readers to experience God afresh, and he demonstrates how charismatic leaders have been addressing abuses within their own movement for decades.

Dr. Brown speaks on behalf of millions who are not adequately trained to express in writing their own encounters with the supernatural power of God. – David Ravenhill

I thank God for this biblically-robust, pastorally-sensitive, historicallyinformed, and graciously-articulated account of the work of the Holy Spirit in the church of Jesus Christ. – Sam Storms

Dr. Michael Brown’s Authentic Fire puts the brakes on John MacArthur’s crusade against charismatics with irrefutable logic, extraordinary insight, Christ-like graciousness, and an undisputable handling of Scripture. – Frank Viola

Michael Brown writes with clarity and courtesy as he confronts one of the most explosive issues among all those who uphold the Bible as the plumb line of truth. – David Shibley

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July 31st, 2015 by admin

There's Something Strange About Robbie Book
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There’s Something Strange About Robbie

by: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Product rating: 5.0 with 6 reviews

There’s a new kid at Woodbury Middle School, and he’s unlike anything the other kids have ever seen. Maybe it’s the weird way he walks. Maybe it’s his unusual clothes. Or maybe it’s the fact that he’s… green.

Whatever it is, he’s definitely strange.

With 44 pages of full-color illustrations, a funny moral tale told in rhyming verse, and a smattering of hidden references throughout, this book is perfect for anyone with a heart… whether it beats or not.

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May 12th, 2015 by admin

The Man Who Wasn't There: Investigations into the Strange New Science of the Self Book
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The Man Who Wasn’t There: Investigations into the Strange New Science of the Self

by: Dutton

Product rating: 4.0 with 1 reviews

In the tradition of Oliver Sacks, a tour of the latest neuroscience of schizophrenia, autism, Alzheimer’s disease, ecstatic epilepsy, Cotard’s syndrome, out-of-body experiences, and other disorders—revealing the awesome power of the human sense of self from a master of science journalism

Anil Ananthaswamy’s extensive in-depth interviews venture into the lives of individuals who offer perspectives that will change how you think about who you are. These individuals all lost some part of what we think of as our self, but they then offer remarkable, sometimes heart-wrenching insights into what remains. One man cut off his own leg. Another became one with the universe.

We are learning about the self at a level of detail that Descartes (“I think therefore I am”) could never have imagined. Recent research into Alzheimer’s illuminates how memory creates your narrative self by using the same part of your brain for your past as for your future. But wait, those afflicted with Cotard’s syndrome think they are already dead; in a way, they believe that “I think therefore I am not.” Who—or what—can say that? Neuroscience has identified specific regions of the brain that, when they misfire, can cause the self to move back and forth between the body and a doppelgänger, or to leave the body entirely. So where in the brain, or mind, or body, is the self actually located? As Ananthaswamy elegantly reports, neuroscientists themselves now see that the elusive sense of self is both everywhere and nowhere in the human brain.

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