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Who Ordered the Universe Evidence for God in Unexpected Places Nick Hawkes foreword by David Wilkinson 978-0-85721-598-7 16.99 Paperback 5 x 7.75 256 pages Religion Science Monarch Books Rights NA Available Dr. Nick Hawkes gathers evidence from science history and mathematics to seek out the signature of God. By surveying the various fields of study he gathers a mass of evidence concluding that faith in God is reasonable and that the evidence invites it. Who Ordered the Universe is essential reading for those battling with identity and their place in the world. Nick Hawkes DMin Australian College of Theology is pastor at Rivergate Christian Community and radio broadcaster in South Australia. His other publications include The Bible on Key Issues of Life. Against the Flow The Inspiration of Daniel in an Age of Relativism John C. Lennox 978-0-85721-621-2 19.99 Paperback 5.5 x 8.5 440 pages Religion Politics State Monarch Books Rights NA Available Daniels story is one of extraordinary faithinGodlivedoutatthepinnacleof executive power. Daniel and his friends did not simply maintain their private devotion to God they maintained a high-profile witness in a pluralistic society antagonistic to their faith. Their story carries a powerful message for us today. Society tolerates the practice of Christianity in private and in church services but increasingly it deprecates public witness. Against the Flow is an instant classic encouraging Christians to speak out in our modern Babylon. John C. Lennox PhD Cambridge University is professor of mathematics at the University of Oxford and fellow in math- ematics and philosophy of science at Green Templeton College. His other publications include Gods Undertaker. Why Isnt God Nice Trusting His Awful Goodness Kurt Bruner 978-0-85721-672-4 13.99 Paperback 5 x 7.75 160 pages Christian Life Spiritual Growth Monarch Books Rights NA November 27 2015 Longtime pastor and director of Open Doors Kurt Bruner explores knowing God as He is rather than as we wish Him to be. We celebrate a God who is nicewho rescues rewards and redeems. But what about when He deserts disciplines and damns Is God schizophrenic moving in and out of opposing personalities When we worship only part of God we worship a false God. Why Isnt God Nice unfolds why a God of love sometimes seems so unloving and how a person going through hard times can learn to embrace a God who allows such difficult circumstances. Kurt Bruner MA Talbot Seminary is director of Open Doors International Resource Center and adjunct faculty at Dallas Theological Seminary. His other pub- lications include Finding God in the Lord of the Rings. kregel.comacademic 18 THEOLOGY