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AGAINST ONENESS PENTECOSTALISM:
AN EXEGETICAL-THEOLOGICAL CRITIQUE
Paperback, 273 pages
"This is the most up to date, comprehensive, and theologically sound refutation I have seen to the Oneness doctrine of God. Michael Burgos is conversant with the relevant literature, thoroughly understands the positions he rebuts, and does a solid job of exegeting the key texts in dispute. I highly recommend this important work to all who want to understand the complex unity of God."
Michael L. Brown, Ph.D
Author of Answering Jewish Objections to Jesus, Vols. 1-5.
OUR GOD IS TRIUNE: ESSAYS IN BIBLICAL THEOLOGY
Paperback, 383 pages
Moving beyond the modern reticence to provide robust biblical justification for the doctrine of the Trinity, Our God is Triune is a thoroughgoing defense of the very foundation of the Christian faith. The authors have provided a multidisciplinary consideration of the doctrine of the Trinity, the deity of Christ, and the doctrine of the incarnation in light of heresies both ancient and modern. While academic in approach, Our God is Triune provides an accessible array of subject material dealing with the nature and identity of God.
LIGHT THROUGH THE SPECTRUM: ESSAYS ON BIBLICAL COUNSELING
Paperback, 156 pages
Light Through the Spectrum: Essays on Biblical Counseling is a unique contribution to biblical counseling literature which provides a concise history and summary of the biblical counseling movement and explores the intersection of biblical counseling, systematic theology, and theological polemics.
A BIBLICAL ANALYSIS OF CULTS, SECTS, & FALSE RELIGIOUS MOVEMENTS
Paperback, 293 pages
Cults and new religious movements are ubiquitous in most American cities. How can the believer effectively interact with these groups in a faithful and respectful way? Counterfeit Religion: A Biblical Analysis of Select Cults, Sects, and False Religious Movements is a careful evaluation of cultic religion featuring cutting edge primary research that is designed to equip Christians to fulfill the mandate of 1 Peter 3:15. After beginning with a consideration of the meaning of the term "cult," Burgos provides a summary of the Christian faith and a study of the Athanasian Creed. Thereafter, a thorough interaction with the teaching of Jehovah's Witnesses, Oneness Pentecostalism, Seventh Day Adventism, "Biblical" Unitarianism, Unity, The Local Church, Alcoholic's Anonymous, Reiki, Yoga, and the Word of Faith Movement ensues.
CREDO: AN INTRODUCTION TO CONFESSIONAL THEOLOGY
Paperback, 184 pages
Credo is an introduction to confessional theology from the perspective of biblical Christianity. It contains a consideration of several creeds, an exposition of a modern confession of faith, and two catechisms.
From the introduction:
I Believe... However one finishes that sentence reveals much about his or her life. Articulating one’s beliefs is all about coming clean about what you understand to be true, and about what or who you view to have authority. All people, no matter who they are or what culture they espouse, are relentlessly dogmatic. There are those in the world who say that they don’t really believe anything; that neither God nor truth can’t be discerned to exist. These are the kind of people who give dogmatism a bad rap, but who simultaneously behave dogmatically about most things in life. To be dogmatic, or certain that something is incontrovertibly true, is inevitable. The question is, just what do you believe to be true?
A CONCISE EVALUATION OF AN AMERICAN CULT
E-Book Download, 49 pages
Behind Oneness Pentecostalism and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (i.e., Mormonism), the Watchtower Bible & Tract Society constitutes the third most populous Christian cult in the world. Jehovah's Witnesses: A Concise Evaluation provides a lucid and accessible consideration of Jehovah's Witnesses, examining their origin, history, theology, bibliology, anthropology, and soteriology. Burgos reveals that Jehovah's Witnesses reject every essential Christian doctrine and constitute a mission field.