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A Change of Allegiance
By Dean Taylor
What should a Christian do with Jesus' words "love your enemies"?
Is it right for a Christian to go to war?
Doesn't a Christian have an obligation to defend his country?
Dean Taylor and his wife Tania were both in the US Army when they realized that, as committed Christians, they had to come to grip with these questions. In a new and sincere quest for truth, they were determined to follow Jesus Christ unde rthe banner of "no compromise." As they began to search the Scriptures and church history, they came to the strartling discovery that the Christian Church originally was uniformly opposed to Christians going to war or joining the military. In A Change of Allegiance, Dean Taylor takes the reader on a moving journey through the Scriptures, Christian history, and his own life's story as he demonstrates the incompatibility of Christianity and war. Ultimately, Dean Taylor challenges his readers to consider where there allegiance truly lies.
Radical Reformation Books, Paperback (224 pages)
Will the Theologians Please Sit Down?
When Christianity was young, the focus was on Jesus Christ and His Kingdom -
In the beginning, Christians understood that the essence of Christianity was an obedient love-
Scroll Publishing, Paperback, (199 pages)
In God We Don't Trust
Here is the compelling narrative of the founding of America -
Scroll Publishing (paperback, 320 pages)
How to Preach and Teach Effectively
Although many books have been written about preaching and teaching, most of them are addressed to seminary-
Choosing the right topic -
(Scroll Publishing, Paperback, 152 pages)
Through the Eye of a Needle
By Roger Hertzler
A very challenging look at the doctrine of nonaccumulation. Mr. Hertzler takes a very strong stand on what Christ teaches about accumulating wealth.
Will the Real Heretics Please Stand Up?
By David Bercot
This is the book that launched Scroll Publishing Co. A fascinating overview of the early Christians (A.D. 90 -
Penned in a free-
The Kingdom That Turned the World Upside Down
If someone were to ask you what was the theme of Jesus’ preaching, what would be your answer? Man’s need for salvation? God’s love for mankind? The new birth?
To be sure, Jesus spoke about all of those things. And they’re all essential truths. But none of them were the theme of His teaching. The theme of Jesus’ message was the kingdom of God.
In The Kingdom that Turned the World Upside Down, David Bercot takes the reader back to Jesus’ teachings of the kingdom—teachings that have too often been forgotten. Bercot describes the radically new laws of the kingdom and its upside-
Let Me Die in Ireland
By David Bercot
Practically everyone in the western world has heard of the man known today as St. Patrick. Yet, hardly anyone knows anything about the real man. About the only two things that most people "know" about Patrick is that he was Irish and that he was Roman Catholic. In truth, however, he was neither one.
Let Me Die in Ireland cuts through all of the myths about Patrick and presents a dramatized biography of the authentic Christian missionary, Patrick. The story of the real man is far more exciting and inspiring than any of the myths about him. Patrick was one of the greatest missionaries of all time and a true man of prayer and integrity.
Clement of Alexandria
Clement of Alexandria was one of the outstanding teachers of the second century church. After his conversion, Clement traveled throughout the ancient world to learn Christianity first hand form the most respected teachers of his age – men who taught me deeds, not just words. Eventually Clement settled in Alexandria, Egypt, where he was appointed to mentor new Christians.
Intimacy With God is a collection of Clement’s godly insights on what it means to know God and to walk with Him closely. This book is divided into two parts. Part One focuses on the day-
● Bearing the cross
● Separation from the world
● Loving your neighbor
● Oaths and lawsuits
● Counsel to women
● Divisions in Christ’s body
● Appreciating scripture
Part Two of this work focuses on the issue of wealth and how it can affect our relationship with God. Clement analyzes Jesus’ words to the rich young man and demonstrates their true meaning. The book closes with Clement’s account of the apostle John in the last years of his life and how he brought a robber back into the fold of Christ.
Translated into contemporary, readable English
144 pp. paperback.