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The Smith Library has over 60,000 volumes in print format covering areas from math and science to theology and Bible studies to counseling and practical ministry. These resources are available to on-campus and distance education students. Print books may be picked up in the library or be requested by mail. To request items by mail, add the items to a cart within the library catalog and send the cart by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your student ID Number and your shipping address.
Cults, New Religious Movements and Your Family by To help guard yourself and your loved ones against unbiblical spiritual systems, Cults, New Religious Movements, and Your Family offers a concise overview of ten religious groups that a young person is likely to encounter in the 21st century.
Call Number: BL2525.A33 1998
Publication Date: 1998
Defending Evolution by This handbook explains why so many students reject evolution and helps science instructors better understand students' Creationist beliefs.
Call Number: QH362.A62 2001
Publication Date: 2001
Encyclopedia of Cults and New Religions by This book covers more than 50 cults and religions from A to Z. Includes an in-depth doctrinal appendix for further study, helpful charts, and a people/organization index.
Call Number: HM786.C43 1999
Publication Date: 1999
Cult Watch by Be confident when dealing with Mormonism, Jehovah's Witnesses, the Masonic Lodge, the New Age Movement, spirit guides, astrology, the occult, and false teaching within the church.
Call Number: BP603.A65 1991
Publication Date: 1991
In 6 Days by This volume was conceived as a tribute to Fred Fiedler in honor of his fortieth year of research and scholarship in the study of leadership and organizational effectiveness. Fiedler's contributions to this field have been of such magnitude that the term paradigm shift does not seem out of place in describing them. As Harry Triandis points out in his chapter in this book, the study of leadership can be fairly divided into before and after Fiedler's introduction of contingency theories. The realization that leadership effectiveness depends on the interaction of qualities of the leader with demands on the situation in which the leader functions made the simplistic "one best way" approaches of earlier eras obsolete. The implication of contingency notions spread like sonic waves throughout the field of organizational studies.
Call Number: BS651.I5 2001
Publication Date: 2001
The Cost of Choice by Captures the moral, legal, medical and political complexities surrounding abortion.
Call Number: HQ767.5.U5 C66 2004
Publication Date: 2004
Call Number: BJ1311.B39 1998
Publication Date: 1998
Can We Be Good Without God? by Our culture is beset by a host of vexing questions. But where do we begin in trying to answer them? Are there any foundational moral principles to guide our discussion? If so, where do they come from? Christians say such principles come from God. But can there be real right and wrong without God? Can we, in fact, be good without God? Just such questions are faced by a cast of five, mysteriously invited to the home of a troubled judge. Ted (a Christian) joins Graham (an atheist), Francine (a moral relativist), William (an evolutionist) and Ian (a secular humanist) in a fascinating discussion of right and wrong, truth and conduct in this imaginative drama. Wit and wisdom combine as argument takes center stage and readers are invited to think through these issues for themselves.
Call Number: BJ1031.C49 1996
Publication Date: 1996
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Print resources can be found by searching the Koha Library Catalog. Most of the books on Apologetics can be found under the call number BT 1095 to BT 1480. Apologetics works by the early church fathers can be found in the BR 60-65 range. If you need help finding the correct section in the library, see one of the library staff; we are happy to help!
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