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God is not a pluralist. Both the New Age and the ecumenical movement have been steadily chipping away at the orthodox Christian teaching that Jesus is the only way of salvation.

This booklet documents precisely what Jesus and the Apostles taught about religious pluralism. It includes nine different lines of argument the Bible uses--backed by 100 verses--to show that all spiritual roads don't "lead to Rome."

There is only one way: Jesus.
In his straightforward, clear style, Greg Koukl shares the most important skill every Christian can develop to understand biblical truth. You will find Never Read a Bible Verse a practical tool for your personal study and in clarifying errors of interpretation with those using Scripture inaccurately. Give yourself greater confidence and understanding of God's Word though this resource. It is often said that you may be the only Bible some people ever read. Your words, your manner, and your actions speak volumes. That's what it means to be an ambassador. You will speak for Christ one way or another, for good or for ill if you are a follower of Jesus Christ. This booklet offers practical tools and insights to help Christian ambassadors grow in knowledge, wisdom, and character--three essential elements of being an effective ambassador for our King.

The purpose of this booklet is to help you sharpen your skill and deepen your virtue and spiritual vitality as a representative of Jesus Christ.
"As a Christian, I believe that Jesus is the only way for me, but I can't say He is the way for others." In this booklet, Greg exposes the error behind this relativistic statement, identifying and repudiating the three corrosive elements that prompt such confused confessions: theological uncertainty, religious pluralism, and Christian inclusivism.

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In this booklet, Greg explains what postmodern philosophy is, where it came from, and how it has invaded the church. He compares this philosophy to the classic Christian concepts of knowledge, belief, truth, and justification, and establishes how the two are at odds. Ultimately, he demonstrates the fatal flaws inherent in postmodern thinking and gives a practical and effective strategy that will help you reach out to this culture with the Gospel.

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Sometimes the best thing that can happen to your faith is for someone to launch a vigorous attack on it. Ideas easily destroyed by those acquainted with the facts ought to be discarded. But if Christian ideas are sound, they will not be upended so easily. In this booklet, Gregory Koukl will walk you through the issues, answering the critics' specific objections.

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Dear Friend: Letters to Christian Ambassadors
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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 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?

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Must I “hear the voice of God” in order to know what He wants from me? And what if I hear nothing but silence when I listen? Am I living a substandard Christian life if I don’t have a hotline to God? There’s only one way to address such questions. They cannot be answered by appealing to personal experiences, but only by appealing carefully to Scripture.

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You may be the only Bible some people ever read.

Your
life is a letter read by all men, written not with ink, but with the Spirit of the living God. And in this collection of mentoring letters, Greg offers some valuable advice for how to be a better “living letter” to those who only know about Christ through you.
In this timely collection of essays, Greg Koukl carefully and lucidly provides both solid evidence for the reliability of Scripture and a clear roadmap for how it should be read and applied. His well-reasoned responses to popular challenges to biblical authority will help reinforce the Christian's confidence in this trustworthy book. Is God just a crutch? Was Jesus a fraud? Are science and faith antithetical? Christian apologist and philosopher Gregory Koukl applies his trademark clear thinking to these and other vexing issues facing believers today. Through his thoughtful approach, Koukl demonstrates that Christian faith is not "wishful thinking," but rather a sure conviction grounded in evidence.

Tired of finding yourself flat-footed and intimidated in conversations? Want to increase your confidence and skill in discussions with family, friends, and coworkers? Gregory Koukl offers practical strategies to help you stay in the driver's seat as you maneuver comfortably and graciously in any conversation about your Christian convictions.

Relativism: Feet Firmly Planted in Mid-Air
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Writing from years of experience in defending Christian values, Francis Beckwith and Gregory Koukl offer a critique of moral relativism. In the tradition of C.S. Lewis and Francis Schaeffer, the authors consider issues of fundamental concern for Christians in a straightforward, uncomplicated manner.

Beckwith and Koukl explore the inconsistencies inherent in the relativist position, suggest specific approaches that can be used in the course of dialogue, and consider the everyday implications of relativism, especially in relation to important issues such as abortion, homosexuality, multiculturalism, political correctness, and tolerance.

This book offers commonsense assistance to all who desire to understand the modern challenges to the Christian faith and its moral system, that they might be better equipped to defend their beliefs. Christian educators, church leaders, and students will also find this an important study.
Biblical Christianity is more than just another private religious view. It’s more than just a personal relationship with God or a source of moral teaching. Christianity is a picture of reality. Christianity is a true story of how the world began, why the world is the way it is, what role humans play in the drama, and how all the plotlines of the story are resolved in the end.

Our story begins with God. He created everything, but something went terribly wrong. So God initiated a rescue plan and entered the world that he had made by becoming like us in Jesus Christ. Jesus saved us from the wrongness in ourselves and in the world through his death on a cross. And how people respond to what he did will determine their future at the final event of history: the resurrection.

If you are already a Christian, this is your story. Do you know it? If you are not a Christian, this is still your story, because it explains the world in a way that nothing else will. It is a true story—the real story behind every other story we hear.

This resource is ideal for giving to friends and family—believers and nonbelievers alike. Discounts for multiple copies are available. Please see the "Quantity Discount" tab above for details.
Like the acclaimed Apologetics Study Bible that has sold 115,000+ copies, the Apologetics Study Bible for Students will anchor younger Christians in the truths of Scripture by equipping them with thoughtful and practical responses for whenever the core issues of their faith and life are challenged.
Since the publication of the first Ambassador's Guide in 2009, this series of books has been helping Christians face the most powerful challenges to their faith, all through concise and approachable guides.