The Creation Text – Studies in Early Genesis
Levin, David | Published in 2011 | Paperback (364 pages), eBook
This book offers fresh insights into Genesis 1 to 5 by examining the text and structure. It addresses a wide range of questions, including: Are Genesis 1 and 2 two different creation accounts? Was the serpent given the power of speech to tempt Eve? Why was Cain’s offering rejected? It also explores how early Genesis echoes throughout the Bible. For example: How the layout of the garden models the tabernacle. How Abel and Cain foreshadow Jesus and the Pharisees. How Jesus’ prayer in John 17 relates to Adam and Eve.
The Whole Armor of God
Mutter, Ryan | Published in 2011 | Paperback (110 pages)
Malchiah is a young teenager in the reign of King Jotham. He faces challenges that test his resolve to stick to the principles of truth he has learned. Even though he is only a poor, young shepherd, the decisions he makes have consequences that impact his entire community. His choices matter. This story takes place nearly three thousand years ago, but Malchiah’s spiritual challenges are familiar to today’s young people. His saga is an example of how practical guidance can come from the Word of God and how spiritual insight can be gained through the daily challenges of life.
My Journey in Faith
Hicks, Ron | Published in 2010 | Paperback (372 pages)
Ron Hicks takes you on his life journey, from his early days in a very large, established ecclesia, to his later years, including his final career posting in a country where there had been no Christadelphians at all. Through his travels he has discovered the many faces of Christadelphia around the world – and the joy of mission work in developing countries with diverse cultures and challenging social conditions. This is the story of a life guided by faith in Christ, written by a brother who has much experience and spiritual insight to share.
Bilello, John | Published in 2003 | Paperback (113 pages), eBook
Do we believe in miracles? Any sincere believer in the word of God should be able to answer this question in the affirmative. Nevertheless, if an unbeliever asked us if we ever actually had witnessed a miracle, what would we answer?
John Thomas – His Friends & His Faith
Hemingray, Peter | Published in 2003 | Paperback (358 pages), eBook
This book is a series of glimpses into the origin of the Truth in America. It introduces a set of individuals, mostly erstwhile friends of Dr. Thomas, which will help us to better understand the origin of the community he founded.
Unto Us a Child is Born
Booker, George | August, 1984 | Paperback (115 Pages), Kindle
We cannot really know what first-century life was like in the little village of Nazareth. Archaeologists, historians, and other scholars can help us with some background, but we are still left to our imaginations to fill in some details. I must confess that I cannot guarantee that it all happened in this way. I can only suggest, in a spirit of reverence, that it might have happened this way.