Essays On Theology

Apologetics

Reasons for faith in Christianity including information on predictive prophesy, historical documentation, arguments for the existence of God, etc.


Ecclesiology

Papers on the nature of the Christian church with information on the body of Christ, Christian ministry and other key aspects of Christian community.


Old Testament

Information on certain Old Testament passages and concepts.


New Testament

Information on certain New Testament passages and concepts.


Counseling and Ethics

Information on topics such as roles of men and women, divorce, Christian ethics and more. 


General Theology

Overviews of who Jesus died for, our position in Christ, etc.


Ministry in Practice

Practical information on serving and ministering to others.


Church Movements in History

Studies of underground and house church movements of the past.


World Views

Reviews of other religions and belief systems.


Leadership

Resources for church and small group leaders.


Outlines & Charts

Brief overviews and charts on a variety of theological topics.


Book Reviews

Reviews and critiques of recent Christian literature by Xenos leaders.


Books by Xenos Leaders

An overview of the various books published by leaders in Xenos.

Editorial Reviews

Lewis addresses theological and ethical questions with profoundly Christian insight in these 48 essays. Drawn from a variety of sources and written to meet a variety of needs, the essays range from popular newspaper pieces to learned defenses of the faith. Long viewed as one of C. S. Lewis's most profound works, God in the Dock contains forty-eight essays on topics ranging from the problem of evil to politics. New cover design.

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Editorial Reviews

Lewis addresses theological and ethical questions with profoundly Christian insight in these 48 essays. Drawn from a variety of sources and written to meet a variety of needs, the essays range from popular newspaper pieces to learned defenses of the faith. Long viewed as one of C. S. Lewis's most profound works, God in the Dock contains forty-eight essays on topics ranging from the problem of evil to politics. New cover design.

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Editorial Reviews

Lewis addresses theological and ethical questions with profoundly Christian insight in these 48 essays. Drawn from a variety of sources and written to meet a variety of needs, the essays range from popular newspaper pieces to learned defenses of the faith. Long viewed as one of C. S. Lewis's most profound works, God in the Dock contains forty-eight essays on topics ranging from the problem of evil to politics. New cover design.

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