THE HISTORY OF THE OLD TESTAMENT IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER
***History that actually teaches you something. A presentation that defends Scripture, isn't that what you really want? Here you will find History as it should be written and understood! See where so many teachers and historians 'missed it or messed it up History, it can live and breathe.***
Volume 1 - Creation to Moses - See the world as God forms it and then develops and guides his people through the years.
     

Volume 2 - Judges, Leaders, Kings - See and understand the time of the Judges as they unfold before you in chronological order.  See also the establishment of the monarchy from Saul to Solomon with its family intrigues.  A fascinating time period and presentation.
  

Volume 3 - Kingdom and Conquests - Come journey through the reigns of the kings of Israel and Judah as well as those of other nations, most notably the Assyrians.  Here is a history account that is in harmony with both the Biblical account and secular history.
   

Volume 4 - A Returning Remnant - Here is the story of the capture and return of Judah.  Feel their lives in Babylon as they strove to be faithful in a faithless land.  See the return with its wonders and disappointments, the struggle of Esther, and the problem of rebuilding.

Volume 5 - The Four Hundred Years before Christ - The four hundred years from Malachi to Christ are carefully presented here.  See how God prepared the world through various emperors for the birth of His Son.

The History of the Old Testament in Chronological Order: The 5 book series of The History of the Old Testament. 470 pages  by: Rev E. P. Kauffeld & Rev Shawn E. Kauffeld
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THE EVOLUTION OF RELIGION, THE TWLIGHT OF CHRISTIANITY

The author, Rev. Eugene P. Kauffeld, began his final book with God's creation of the world, placing Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden as his dear children. After Adam and Eve fell into sin, God promised a coming Savior, the Messiah, who would bring forgiveness of sins and eternal life to all who would believe. This promise of the coming Messiah is traced throughout the Old Testament along with the non-Christian religions which developed. The Sin of Balaam becomes the focal point. The author shows how this sin plagued the Old Testament believers.

After the birth of Christ, the author shows how the early Christian Church developed and spread to all nations. Again, the Sin of Balaam comes clearly into view. The Sin of Balaam which God warned so clearly against, is the stubborn desire of man to continue in a way that God has specifically warned against. When this is done God declares that His people have become perverse.

The book concludes with a short synopsis of present religions and church bodies. Truly Judgment Day is quickly approaching and the twilight of Christianity is all around us. From the darkness of this twilight will come the glories of Heaven for all believers in the Salvation won for us by our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
Evolution of Religion, The Twilight of Christianity - 241 pages  by: Rev E. P. Kauffeld
Paperback - $12.00


PROCLAIMING CHRIST TO A POSTMODERN AGE

"Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have" (1 Peter 3:15, NIV 1984). Allen Quist has spent his life carrying out this commission God gave to Christians. He knows that the gospel of Jesus Christ, alone, has the power to give faith and transform lives. Quist also knows, though we cannot bring people to faith by persuasive reasoning, we can remove obstacles in the way of their coming to faith. He recognizes there are preconceived ideas about Christianity which lead people to ignore the message of the Gospel. Quist offers this book as a way to equip people for sharing the Gospel in a postmodern world.

First of all, Quist speaks of Christ, the focal point of our witnessing. Who is Christ? What has He done for our salvation? Are the Bible's accounts concerning Jesus reliable? Quist points to internal testimony in the Bible which answers these questions. The Gospels were written by eye-witnesses, who traveled with Jesus and saw Him risen from the dead. Quist lists the Old Testament prophecies concerning Jesus and demonstrates their fulfillment. He also records testimony of people outside the Bible concerning Jesus. Some of this testimony comes from unbelievers; some comes from disciples of the apostles. All confirm that the message of the Bible concerning Jesus is reliable. The Bible is clear: Jesus is God's Son Who came into this world to save sinners. Jesus accomplished His mission and proved He had secured forgiveness for all by His resurrection from the dead. The biblical accounts concerning Jesus are reliable and accurate.

Secondly, Quist addresses a number of hypotheses raised by evolutionists which attack the person of Christ and the reliability of the Bible. Evolutionists would have us believe the Bible is myth and evolution is fact. However, Quist points out it is the other way around. The Bible presents fact. Evolution is based on human speculation and assumptions. Evolution is anything but fact. It is, in fact, blind faith. Quist does not seek to prove the Bible through science. Rather, he points out the evolutionist' faulty reasoning in the interest of replacing it with the message of Jesus Christ, the Savior of the world. Belief in evolution is greatly responsible for people's rejection of the Christian faith today. Our age is saturated with the teaching of evolution. Christians do well to note the logical fallacies of evolution in the interest of proclaiming God's message of salvation through faith in Jesus Christ. Finally, Quist addresses what we should know about sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ in a postmodern age. He accurately and succinctly describes the worldview of postmodernists. They deny truth exists. They say all is relative. They believe there is no such thing as truth that is objective and reliable. "Your truth is yours and may not be mine." Quist puts his finger on how we will want to evangelize in the midst of postmodernism. We proclaim Jesus Christ, Who is "the way, the truth, and the life" (John 14:6), Whose Word is truth (John 17:17).

All, who have the desire to share the message of the gospel of salvation through faith in Jesus Christ, will benefit from reading Quist's book. It will help you "be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have" (1 Peter 3:15, NIV 1984). by Lyle Lange, Professor of Theology, Martin Luther College, New Ulm, Minnesota.

Proclaiming Christ to a Post Modern Age 83 pages  by: Allen Quist
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