Timeless Christian Books Sale

The first book I recommend on the problem of evil is Jay Adams’ The Grand Demonstration. I’ve given away several copies because of his down to earth, non-academic, edifying approach to the question. You can get it now for $4.50 + free shipping!

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9 thoughts on “Timeless Christian Books Sale

      1. Hugh McCann

        Thanks. Jerry was the king of this stuff, as I recall.

        …from beginning to end, a regular chain of solid argument: deduced from the unerring word of divine revelation, and confirmed by the co-incident testimonies of some of the greatest lights that ever shone in the Christian church.

        Jay is OK, but Junior went all the way.

        But wait! we’ve neglected to speak of the 20th Century’s Augustine…!


        1. Hugh McCann

          For centuries those who have opposed the Christian faith have argued that if God is good, he cannot be all-powerful, since there is evil in the world; and if God is all-powerful, he cannot be good, since there is evil in the world. Either God is good or he is all-powerful, but he cannot be both–or so the argument goes. For centuries, Christian theologians have attempted to refute this argument, and they have failed. Now one American Christian philosopher* has succeeded. GOD & EVIL is the masterful solution to the ancient problem of evil. This book is chapter five of Religion, Reason, and Revelation.

          * The late Gordon H. Clark (‘America’s Augustine,’ according to the late John Robbins).

          GOD & EVIL (60 pp.) is available as paperback or audio book for only $5.00 from http://www.TrinityFoundation.org


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