Since the first century the cross of Christ has been heralded as the centerpiece of the Christian faith. But, in spite of all the hymns sung, the sermons preached, and the books written about the cross, if a survey were taken among Christians today it would likely show that a great majority have a very shallow understanding of Christ's death on the cross. In this book we will go to the cross of Christ and ask those questions.
Cardiologists can tell us what happens to the heart at death. Neurologists have extensive knowledge about what occurs in the brain and central nervous system at the moment we die. But what happens to our consciousness? There is much evidence that awareness continues. The Bible tells us exactly what happens when we die. As you listen to this audiobook, you will discover the amazing equipoise of death - the delicate equilibrium between the "not yet" and "now" of the new body and the new spirit-soul.
Before there was American Sniper Chris Kyle, there was Adelbert "Bert" Waldron. Waldron had over 109 confirmed kills in the Vietnam War. He received two Distinguished Service Crosses as well as a Silver Star for his exploits and heroism during the war. Yet he remains largely unknown to the public. This book discusses some of the mystery and myths regarding Waldron, his number of his kills, the reasons behind his questionable discharge, and his shady dealings with international arms dealer Mitchell Werbell III.
Love That Heals is an audiobook for study and serious reflection. It examines the age old, traditional way of understanding the plan of salvation in the church referred to as “the legal model”. It points out some serious problems with using the forensic, courtroom, law model as a basis for the way God saves people. It then introduces a better model, or metaphor, for understanding how the plan of salvation works, this model referred to as “the healing model”.