Kum 2011 a ka lehkhabu chhiarte
Lehkhabu chhiar hi keima tawkah ka taima ve viau thin. Tleirawl nih lai atang tawh a, nuten krismas kawr leina tur min pek pawh lehkhabu lei nana hmang thin kha ka ni ve. Internet lamah hriat duh zawng te zawn chhuah zung zung a awlsam tak vang te hi ani maithei, lehkhabu chhiar hi tunhma ang khan ka taima ta lo! Chhuan lam tur tingin; tuna kan awmna ramah lah hian English lehkhabu— abikin christian lam thu ziak te hi lei mai tur alo awm bawk lo nen.
Nikum 2011 atang khan tlemin lehkhabu chhiar ah tan kan la leh deuhva, ka lehkhabu chhiar chak tam tak ka la chhiar loh, kan thianpa SBTS hnuaia China a intern rawn ti zarah ka chhiar theih nual phah bawk a, ka lawm hle !
Hengte hi nikum kum 2011 chhunga ka lehkhabu chhiar te an ni. A mal te tein ka hlawkpui dan te han sawi a chakawm viau rualin, a thuiin ziah chhung a rei dawn em a; a ziaktu leh a lehkhabu hming chiah hi dah mai ang.
Ziaktu : John Lennox is a professor of mathematics and the philosophy of science at the University of Oxford. A popular Christian apologist and scientist, Lennox travels widely speaking on the interface between science and religion.
Ziaktu : Ravi Zacharias —For over thirty-five years, Ravi Zacharias has spoken all over the world in great halls and universities, notably Harvard, Princeton, and numerous universities internationally. He is listed as a Senior Research Fellow at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford university
Life Without Limits is an inspiring book by an extraordinary man. Born without arms or legs, Nick Vujicic overcame his disability to live not just independently but a rich, fulfilling life, becoming a model for anyone seeking true happiness.
”In Hitler’s Germany, a Lutheran pastor chooses resistance and pays with his life. . . Eric Metaxas tells Bonhoeffer’s story with passion and theological sophistication, often challenging revisionist accounts that make Bonhoeffer out to be a ‘humanist’ or ethicist for whom religious doctrine was easily disposable. . . Metaxas reminds us that there are forms of religion — respectable, domesticated, timid — that may end up doing the devil’s work for him. —Wall Street Journal
Ziaktu : CS Lewis : Clive Staples Lewis (1898-1963), known as Jack to his friends, was one of the intellectual giants of the twentieth century and arguably the most influential Christian writer of his day. He was a Fellow and Tutor in English literature at Oxford University until 1954, when he was unanimously elected to the Chair of Medieval and Renaissance English at Cambridge University, a position he held until his retirement.
Ziaktu : David Platt is the pastor of The Church at Brook Hills, a four-thousand-member congregation in Birmingham, Alabama. Widely regarded as an exceptional expositor, David has traveled and taught around the world. He holds two undergraduate and three advanced degrees, including a doctorate from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. David and his wife, Heather, live in Birmingham with their family.
British philosopher Flew has long been something of an evangelist for atheism, debating theologians and pastors in front of enormous crowds. In 2004, breathless news reports announced that the nonagenarian had changed his mind. This book tells why.
Norman Geisler and Frank Turek argue, however, that Christianity is not only more reasonable than all other belief systems, but is indeed more rational than unbelief itself.
he Case for Christ records Lee Strobel’s attempt to “determine if there’s credible evidence that Jesus of Nazareth really is the Son of God.” The book consists primarily of interviews between Strobel (a former legal editor at the Chicago Tribune) and biblical scholars such as Bruce Metzger. Each interview is based on a simple question, concerning historical evidence (for example, “Can the Biographies of Jesus Be Trusted?”), scientific evidence, (“Does Archaeology Confirm or Contradict Jesus’ Biographies?”), and “psychiatric evidence” (“Was Jesus Crazy When He Claimed to Be the Son of God?”). Together, these interviews compose a case brief defending Jesus’ divinity, and urging readers to reach a verdict of their own
He lehkhabu hi ka tum hnih chhiarna ani ta !
Justo L. GonzÁlez, retired professor of historical theology and author of the highly praised three-volume History of Christian Thought, attended United Seminary in Cuba and was the youngest person to be awarded a Ph. D in historical theology at Yale University.
N.T. Wright is Bishop of Durham and was formerly Canon Theologian of Westminster Abbey and dean of Lichfield Cathedral. He taught New Testament studies for twenty years at Cambridge, McGill and Oxford Universities.
Few issues are more central to the Christian faith than the nature, scope and means of salvation. Many have thought it to be largely a transaction that gets one to heaven. In this riveting book, N. T. Wright explains that God’s salvation is radically more than this.
Nikum 2011 chhung khan lehkhabu engzat nge i chhiar ve le ? Lehkhabu chhiar nuam i ti ve em ? 🙂