iWitness Softcover Collection
Paperback (3 Books): $35.00
Can science explain everything? Christian philosopher J. P. Moreland argues that Scripture, sound philosophical reasoning, and everyday experience all point to the reality of an immaterial soul. Countering the arguments of both naturalists and scholars who embrace a material-only view of humanity, Moreland shows how neuroscience and the soul need not compete. Rather, they coexist and influence each other.

By demonstrating why it is both biblical and scientifically sound to regard humans as essentially spiritual beings, this penetrating volume illustrates the importance and means of nurturing one's soul as a disciple of Christ.
A collection of the three softcover iWitness titles from Doug Powell:

Old Testament iWitness: How is the Old Testament different from the Hebrew Bible? Who wrote these ancient books? How were they collected? Is it mythology or history? Explore these questions and many more with this visual tour of Jewish history and tradition and learn why the Old Testament is indeed the Word of God.

New Testament iWitness: Who wrote the New Testament? How do we know? How was it handed down? How can we know we have the original text? Were there any books that could have been included but were left out? Uncover the truth with this highly visual presentation of the history and formation of the canon that lets you follow the evidence and decide for yourself!

iWitness Biblical Archaeology: The Bible is not a history book, but it does claim to record very real history. Names, places, and events are all part of God’s revelation of Himself to the world. For centuries many of these people and places were lost to history and known only through Scripture. But archaeological discoveries reveal that the Bible is incredibly accurate. Venture into the field and experience many of the most important finds with this book!
Precious Unborn Human Persons
Paperback: $6.95
PDF Download: $4.95
This summary of the arguments that dominate the current scene of thought unravels the philosophies behind modern popular and academic culture. Veale, a high school teacher, uses these arguments to motivate readers to stop and to think about their own direction and purpose, and ultimately, through consideration of the crucial questions, to find the vital answers. Is it possible that a baby the size of a pinhead is really a complete human person?

In Precious Unborn Human Persons, Gregory Koukl asks two vital questions. First, is the unborn is a separate, living human being? Second, if so, what is the right way for us to treat innocent human beings who are in the way and can't defend themselves?

His approach is straightforward, uncomplicated, and fair, each step focusing on specific questions that are carefully answered before moving to the next. The result is an easy-to-follow, well-reasoned discussion about what it means to be human, and what makes humans valuable.