• Cover Demnitate pierdutã:

    Demnitate pierdutã

    Civilizatia zilelor noastre este agresata mai mult ca oricând în istoria omenirii de expunerea uneori voita, dar de multe ori neintentionata la imagini pornografice cu grad ridicat de violenta si cu efecte distrugatoare asupra individului si societatii.

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    Leadership and Ethical Responsibility

    Executives have to continually make responsible decisions. However, Christians who are executives often do not know how to build a bridge between their underlying va- lues and the continual requirements of everyday working life.

  • Cover Menschenhandel / Human Trafficking

    Human Trafficking

    “Everyone knows what slavery is, from school, from television documentaries, or from the movies. The abolition of slavery belongs to the triumphs of history. It is an integral component of the path to human rights, democracy, and a free society. And it belongs to history. That is, however, a huge mistake. ...”

  • Calvin and World Mission

    Calvin and World Mission

    At the end of the ‘Calvin-Year’, in which Christians all over the world celebrate Calvin’s 500th birthday, this books emphasizes Calvin’s role for establishing a Protestant mission theology which later led to a worldwide expansion of Protestant Christianity. The book presents major articles on the topic through 125 years of history and from different viewpoints from 1882 to 2002.

  • Cover Fundamentalismus / Fundamentalims


    September 11, bomb attacks in Madrid and London with hundreds of victims, burning automobiles, homes, police stations, and churches all over the world: Truth claims paired with violence or its justification yield fundamentalism.

  • Cover Tough-Minded Christianity – Honoring the Legacy of John Warwick Montgomery

    Tough-Minded Christianity

    ‘Tough Minded Christianity’ is a collection of essays about the great work of John Warwick Montgomery (1931), a living legend in the field of Christian apologetics who has earned eleven degrees in philosophy, theology, law, and librarianship.

  • Cover Rassismus / Racism


    Intolerance and violence through racism includes slavery, national socialism in Germany, apartheid in South Africa, or the genocides in Rwanda and Bosnia. But racism is not only wrong theologically, it is not only against the dignity of humans, that guarantees their human rights, but newer genetic research also proves that the whole classification into races is without foundation.