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    Bible scholar Ben Witherington is Amos Professor of New Testament for Doctoral Studies at Asbury Theological Seminary and on the doctoral faculty at St. Andrews University in Scotland. A graduate of UNC, Chapel Hill, he went on to receive the M.Div. degree from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and a Ph.D. from the University of Durham in England. He is now considered one of the top evangelical scholars in the world, and is an elected member of the prestigious SNTS, a society dedicated to New Testament studies.

    bethinking.org aims to bring together the best possible resources for thinking about and communicating the Christian faith. Its goal is to help to prepare all Christians to provide an answer to those who deny the truth of Christianity. Whether that’s answering the attacks of Richard Dawkins, discussing our faith with a Muslim colleague or chatting about the latest episode of Dr Who with a neighbour, bethinking.org aims to provide you with talks and articles that stimulate you to think about your faith and its relation to the world and culture around us, and then to show how Christianity is not only true, but provides the answers to life’s biggest questions.

    BioLogos is a community of evangelical Christians committed to exploring and celebrating the compatibility of evolutionary creation and biblical faith, guided by the truth that “all things hold together in Christ.” [Colossians 1:17] We value gracious dialogue with those who hold other views, and our ever-expanding conversation includes academic and other professionals in the fields of biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, business and medicine, but also theology, biblical studies, philosophy, history, literature, education and the arts. We count pastors, entrepreneurs, poets, teachers and students among our numbers, and welcome men and women from all walks of life to join in this project of cultural and spiritual reconciliation.

    Dr. Craig S. Keener is a professor of the New Testament at Asbury Theological Seminary. He is especially known for his work as a New Testament scholar on Bible background (commentaries on the New Testament in its early Jewish and Greco-Roman settings). His popular-level IVP Bible Background Commentary: New Testament has sold over half a million copies.

    DALLAS WILLARD is a Professor in the School of Philosophy at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. His philosophical publications are mainly in the areas of epistemology, the philosophy of mind and of logic, and on the philosophy of Edmund Husserl, including extensive translations of Husserl's early writings from German into English. His English translation and edition of Edmund Husserl's Philosophy of Arithmetic was released in September, 2003.

    Each weekend you can join us at one of our 11 services--from San Mateo to Menlo Park to Mountain View. At each location, we offer local programs for children and students, as well as live worship and a warm welcome. You can find community on our campuses and through churchwide opportunities such as local or global service, retreats, classes and events. We are a place where many generations interact, share, learn from and bless each other. And we are on the adventure of being the church together.

    Nicholas Thomas Wright (born 1 December 1948) is an Anglican bishop and a leading New Testament scholar. He is published as N. T. Wright when writing academic work, or Tom Wright when writing for a more popular readership. Wright was the Bishop of Durham in the Church of England from 2003 until his retirement in 2010. He is currently Research Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at St Mary's College, University of St Andrews in Scotland.

    As a church of Jesus Christ, Redeemer exists to help build a great city for all people through a movement of the gospel that brings personal conversion, community formation, social justice, and cultural renewal to New York City and, through it, the world.

    Reasonable Faith aims to provide in the public arena an intelligent, articulate, and uncompromising yet gracious Christian perspective on the most important issues concerning the truth of the Christian faith today.

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    The following books are available in our library and can be borrowed free of charge. The library is displayed at ourSunday Conversations or you can arrange to collect a book by emailing info@dialoog.co.za Christian LivingCrazy Busy (audiobook) - Kevin DeYoungWhen the game is over, it all goes back in the box - John OrtbergGospel in Life: Grace changes everything. Timothy KellerThe Principle of the Path - Andy StanleyWhen work & family collide - Andy StanleyThe Gospel-Driven Life - Michael HortonChristen-ateïs - Craig GroeschelThe me I want to be: Teen edition. John Ortberg  General apologeticsGunning for God - John LennoxReasonable Faith - William Lane CraigOn Guard - William Lane CraigThe Reason Why - Mark MittelbergThe Faith. Charles Colson, Harold FickettGod in the Dark - Os GuinnessAsk me anything Vol. 1 J. BudziszewskiAsk me anything Vol. 2 J. BudziszewskiThe Delusion of disbelief - David AikmanGod's outrageous claims - Lee Strobel Christian spiritualityChristianity for Modern Pagans: Pascal's Pensees - Peter KreeftThe Jesus Way: A Conversation on the Ways That Jesus Is the Way - Eugene PetersonPractise Resurrection: A Conversation on Growing Up in Christ - Eugene Peterson\Prayer - Richard FosterSanctuary of the Soul - Richard FosterDiscipleship - Dietrich BonhoefferThe Freedom of Self-Forgetfulness - Tim KellerThe Divine Conspiracy - Dallas WillardThe Divine Conspiracy, Participant's Guide - Dallas WillardLife Together - Dietrich BonhoefferDeath by Living - N.D. WilsonWhat's so Amazing about Grace? - Philip YanceyThe Me I want to be - John OrtbergIf you want to walk on water you've got to get out of the boat - John Ortberg The Call - Os GuinnessJesus drives me crazy! Leonard SweetThe power of a whisper - Bill HybelsOne.Life: Jesus Calls, We Follow. Scot McNightFaith, Hope and Luck: Discover what you can expect from God. Participant's Guide. Andy Stanley GeneralSimply Christian - Tom WrightStand - Alex McFarlandSurprised by Hope - Tom WrightJesus: 'n Radikale Sprong - Stephan JoubertThe Grand Weaver - Ravi ZachariasVrygespreek! Stephan JoubertIn pas met God se wil - Stephan JoubertGetting to the heart of things: Reflections on Christian Basics - Michael Cassidy Science and religionSeven Days that Divide the World - John LennoxGod's Undertaker - John LennoxMiracles - CS LewisGod and Stephen Hawking - John LennoxThe Soul of Science - Nancy PearcyThe Dawkins Delusion - Alister McGrathScience and the God question: conversations with ProfessorJohn Lennox and Professor Alister McGrath Historcal JesusJesus Disfigured - John GilchristThe case for Easter - Lee StrobelWho is Jesus... really? Josh McDowell & Dave SterrettDid the resurrection happen... really? Josh McDowell &Dave SterrettWie sê hulle is ek? Jan van der WattThe case for the real Jesus - Lee Strobel CommentariesThe Bible Jesus Read - Philip Yancey1&2 Thessalonians for everyone - Tom WrightEphesians for everyone - Tom Wright1 Corinthians for everyone - Tom Wright2 Corinthians for everyone - Tom WrightHebrews for everyone - Tom WrightGalatians for everyone - Tom WrightMark for everyone - Tom WrightCollosians & Philemon for everyone - Tom WrightGeloofskatte in Hebreërs - Adrio KonigKing's Cross - Tim KellerProdigal God - Tim Keller ChurchFuturecast - George BarnaMinistries of Mercy - Timothy KellerUnChristian - David KinnamanAdvance: Erwin McManusImpact - Erwin McManusYou Lost me - David Kinnaman ClassicsOrthodoxy - G.K. ChestertonThe Confessions - Saint AugustineA Pilgrim's Progress - John BunyanThe Great Divorce - CS LewisThe Screwtape Letters - CS Lewis DebatesHas Science buried God? Richard Dawkins and John LennoxIs God Great? A Debate between Christopher Hitchens and JohnLennoxThe God Delusion debate: Richard Dawkins and John LennoxOopgesprek: 'n gelowige en ongelowige: Roedolf Botha en Abel Pienaar Art and cultureDie laaste Christen op aarde - Os GuinnessSaving Leonardo - Nancy PearcyArt for God's sake: A call to recover the arts - Philip RykenArt and the Bible - Francis SchaefferIt was Good: Making art to the glory of GodA Public Faith - Miroslav VolfHeroes - Andy StanleyUnapologetic - Francis Spufford Pain and sufferingA Grief Observed - CS LewisThe Problem of pain - CS LewisWhy is God ignoring me? - Gary HabermasThe end of Christianity - William DembskiDisappointment with God - Philip YanceyDisappointment with God - Philip Yancey RelationshipsI and Thou - Martin BuberThe meaning of marriage - Tim KellerVreuge-vrou - Stephan Joubert & Johan SmithThe Four Loves - CS Lewis HermeneuticsThe Blue Parakeet - Scot McKnightRecovering the Unity of the Bible – Walter KaiserTell It Slant: A Conversation on the Language of Jesus in His Stories and Prayers - Eugene PetersonChrist Plays in Ten Thousand Places: A Conversation in Spiritual Theology - Eugene PetersonEat This Book: A Conversation in the Art of Spiritual Reading - Eugene Peterson Other religionsNew birth or rebirth? Jesus talks with Krishna - RaviZachariasWhat every Christian should know about the Q'uran - James WhiteThe Seven Faith Tribes - George Barna FictionThe Ambition - Lee Strobel BiographyLooking for God: an unexpected journey through tattoos, tofu& pronouns - Nancy OrtbergTo own a dragon - reflections on growing up without a father - Donald Miller10 people every Christian should know: Learning from the spiritual giants of the faith. - Warren W. Wiersbe DVD'sTwisting the Truth - Andy StanleyChoices - Erwin McManusThe Divine Conspiracy: Six Sessions. Dallas Willard & John Ortberg 

Dialogue is not simply an exchange of ideas. In some way it is an "exchange of gifts." There is a close relationship between prayer and dialogue. Deeper and more conscious prayer makes dialogue more fruitful. If on the one hand dialogue depends on prayer, so, in another sense, prayer also becomes the ever more mature fruit of dialogue.

 

 - Pope John Paul II

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