Click on the link to Olive Tree (www.olivetree.com/house) to see various electronic books recently released from Dr. House on a variety of topics that you may view on your iPad, iPhone, iPod or Droid. You may read a sample before you buy.
America's Christian History
Look for the following titles in the coming weeks:
Black Liberation Theology versus the Gospel in the Black Church
How to Understand the Bible by What It Says
How Archaeology Supports the Bible
Our Common Faith: 20 Doctrines that All Christians Should Believe
The Historical Reliability of the Bible
Books by Dr. House
Charts of Contemporary Cults, Sects and Religious Movements. These charts book dealing with today's pseudo-Christian cults and religions such as Mormonism, Jehovah's Witnesses, Mind Science, New Age groups and many others and a biblical refutation for their views.
Biblical Studies and Theology
Charts of Christian Theology and Doctrine. This book summarizes concepts and arguments from the fields of historical and systematic theology and introduces readers to important terms and their meanings. Charts listing subjects such as the Person of Christ, major views of the Trinity, and entire section on eschatology. These charts are even-handed and fair in their approach to different viewpoints on subjects such as tongues or Calvinism and Arminianism.
Divorce and Remarriage: Four Christian Views. Four different authors take four different views on the subject of divorce and remarriage. Each writer not only presents his own case, but also critiques the positions of the others. Case studies at the end of each essay brings the theories into the light of reality. Divorce and Remarriage is a great addition to the library of anyone dealing with marriage enrichment, divorced people, or who just wants to dig deeper into God's word on this important, and relevant, subject that reaches from the world into the church.
Living Wisely in a Foolish World: A Contemporary Look at the Wisdom of Proverbs. Do I borow money and buy the car now, or do I wait to purchase when I have cash? Where does the allegiance to the family begin and personal independence begin? Should I put my children in day care or quit my job and stay home with them? Many Christians face these, and many other, questions on a daily basis. In Living Wisely in a Foolish World, House and Durham show that the guidance we all need can be found in the book of Proverbs. This book takes you on a journey through Proverbs and teaches you how to uncover those nuggets of truth for yourself and apply to them to your daily life.
Chronological and Background Charts of the New
Testament (2nd ed). This charts book includes charts and lists of such important subjects as
weights & measures, fulfilled prophecies, the journeys of Paul,
of Rome and Palestine, methods of interpreting the Book of Revelation,
so much more. This is a helpful resource for Sunday school teachers, pastors, or
who wants a deeper understanding to the New Testament.
Darwin on Trial Phillip E. Johnson
Johnson, a graduate of Harvard and the University of Chicago and a law
for Chief Justice Earl Warren, writes a thoughtful book that devastates
the arguments of evolutionists.
Tom Bethell, of the Hoover Institute, calls the theory of evolution one
the great "intellectual superstitions of modern times. It does the
soul good to see a Berkeley professor attack it."
Law and Society
Restoring the Constitution: Is Judicial Activism Destroying the Constitution? Celebrating the bicentennial of the U.S. Constitution, Wayne House brings together constitutional scholars to celebrate this incredible document and to examine the issues of judicial activism. Jack Kemp, in his forward to the book, writes, "Restoring the Constitution is needed now more than ever; for it is perilously easy to lose sight of the very treasures we applaud." A terrific resource for anyone intereseted in our nation's most important document and the actions that threaten it.
Christianity in Crisis Hank Hanegraaff
In this award-winning book, Hanegraaff exposes the falacies and dangers
behind the word-faith movement. Citing the writings and quotations of
teachers, Christianity in Crisis, demonstrates the aberrant
of the faith movement. This book is controversial, not for the sake of
but for the sake of truth and biblical Christianity. Hanegraaff presents
this book in an easty-to-understand format and incorporates memory
to help readers remember evidences against faith teachers.
Embraced by the Light and the Bible by Richard Abanes Embraced by the Light and the Bible unmasks the theology and
of Betty Eadie, author or the best-selling Embraced by the Light.
a former researcher with the Christian Research Institute and researcher
for CPI, reveals the incredible parallels with Mormonism
in Eadie's book.
Abanes compares Eadie's "experience" with beliefs espoused by
Mormons and New Agers and how those beliefs compare to the Bible. This
book reveals the truth behind a book embraced by many Americans and
why we need to approach all things from a biblical perspective.
Orthodoxy and Heresy: A Biblical Guide to
Doctrinal Discernment by Robert M. Bowman, Jr.
In Orthodoxy and Heresy, cult researcher Robert Bowman shows how
to be discerning without being vindictive and where to draw the line
teachings within Christianity and those that stray beyond Christian
He lays out principles for examining what someone says in light of
It is a balanced book that helps people discover principles for
Politically Correct Death: Answering the
Arguments for Abortion Rights by Francis J. Beckwith Politically Correct Death takes arguments for abortion rights and
turns them on their heads. Beckwith, a professor at Baylor University
his points logically and clearly and leaves no room for debate on this
issue. Beckwith deals with the most common arguments used by
people and answers them clearly and concisely. Politically Correct
is recommended by such people as George Will and Gary Bauer.
When Skeptics Ask: A Handbook of Christian
Evidences Norman Geisler & Ron Brooks
A broad handbook dealing with Christian reality and truth. It asks and
such questions as: Does God exist? Are miracles possible? Who was Jesus?
and, How do we know the Bible came from God? Josh McDowell describes
as "one of the foremost defenders of the Christian faith today."
and R.C. Sproul says, "[When Skeptics Ask] is an excellent tool
for Christians who want to be able to provide sound answers to real
questions about the Christian faith."