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We are continually adding new books to our church library.  Be sure to check them out! 

Below are some recent additions that you might enjoy reading.

Why have cultures developed similar strategies, architecture, and stories in different places across the globe? Author Don Landis presents a diffusionist model that traces the lines back to the Genesis creation account. Interpreting why Biblical Christian symbols such as mountains, rainbows, and the Sun (Son) have been used in "pagan" religious practices, discover how their use of such natural objects is part of Satan's "counterfeit" of God's plan. 108 pages, hardcover.
Answer in Genesis's "The True Account of Adam and Eve" integrates modern issues into this foundational story at an age-appropriate level. Referencing Creationist scholars will provide some level of scientific credibility to children; evolutionist beliefs are highlighted as untrue in the face of the Bible account; and Adam and Eve are used as a reason why marriage is only for male & female, specifically noting that God did not make two men. Linking the sin in the garden to sin in the world today, parents will find many of the key issues they want to teach their children embedded in this re-telling of Genesis. 55 pages, hardcover. Ages 12 & up.


With World Religions at Your Fingertips, readers can quickly learn anything they need to know about Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Mormonism, Shinto, Sikhism, Taoism and more.  From reincarnation to resurrection, the Four Noble Truths to the Ten Commandments, this book covers the gamut of religious concepts and beliefs throughout the world in concise bites that are easy to find and simple to understand.


Growing up, Nabeel Qureshi never thought he would consider turning from his family's deeply held beliefs in Islam.  It was his whole world, his identity.  Yet, as he grew into a young man earnestly seeking for God to speak into his life, he was surprised by what he found.  What he found was a growing question about the divinity of Jesus, which ultimately lead to his conversion to Christianity.  In Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus, Nabeel shares the powerful story of his journey from faith in Allah to faith in Jesus Christ.  Along the way, he gives valuable insight into Islam, sharing cultural, intellectual and theological barriers that often stand in the way of Muslims accepting Jesus.  However, despite his objections to Christianity, it was the friendship of Christians, the historical facts of the life of Jesus, and divine revelation that convinced Nabeel of the truth of the Gospel.  Nebeel's testimony will deepen your understanding of American Muslims and draw you closer to Jesus as you consider the amazing ways He works today.


How did the U.S. become the most free, most prosperous country in the world? Kirk Cameron challenges you to discover America's true "national treasures"---the people, places, and principles that have empowered this nation. Beginning in England and moving forward, you'll learn about the founders' motivations, designs, and goals and how to apply the same truths today.
In wartime Holland, the Ten Boom family quietly sheltered Jews in their small house---until Nazis discovered the "hiding place." This is the remarkable true story of Corrie and her sister Betsie's endurance of the death camp, and their sure hope that God alone is our true refuge. Starring Julie Harris, Eileen Heckart, and Arthur O'Connell. 2 hours, 20 minutes.