New Testament Bible History HandbookHester, H. Richard
Old Testament Bible History GuidebookHester, H. Richard
Missing VoicesJohnson, John E.
Expository ExultationPiper, John
Experiencing God: Knowing and Doing the Will of God (+ leader’s guide)Blackaby, Henry and Richard, King, Claude
God is With Us and Without UsShehadeh, Dr. Imad
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Book Launching: The Comparative Study of Rev. Dr. Ghassan Khalaf between The Textus Receptus and the Critical Text
DMAH has been focusing this past year on creating a crucial space for people to interact with the rich content of their locally written and translated resources, whether through online platforms, interactive book launches or fellowship-oriented events.
“It was a joy to get to know those brothers, it was a privilege, considering especially the difficulty that they face and pastoring in an environment with so many people leaving the country. Pastoral ministry is hard enough as it is, but to be pastoring in this kind of environment, I really respect those men.”
It is often assumed that science and faith are at odds. Christians are prone to warn children about controversial scientific discoveries, and scientists are encouraged to disprove the Bible through their studies. This duality has widened the schism that separates individuals from God, situating faith in an opposition to science.
The book of Revelation in the Bible is not, perhaps, the most obvious example of a comforting read during times of crisis. However, this was certainly the case for one reader, who was aided by our recent publication of the first two parts of Dr. Imad Shehadeh’s commentary series on Revelation.