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  • A Christian view of Health healing & hope (Dr Teoh Soong Kee) 9789671217573

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    Humans were created healthy to live forever. Because of sin, disease, ageing and death entered into the world. Yet God has instructed us on how to keep holistically healthy – physically, mentally, socially and spiritually. The Bible is not meant to be a medical manual but it contains much advice.

    Christians are encouraged to seek modern medical attention for their ailments. Prayers, both alone or as a church community, have provided much comfort and even miraculous cures. Relieve from the illness may not happen in this lifetime but Christians are assured of a new resurrected life in the future where there is no disease, distress or death.

    This book gives the Christian view on many health conditions such as Healing, Hygiene and Infections, Food and Alcohol, Pregnancy, Infertility, Contraception, Ageing and various medico-ethical issue such as Abortion, Euthanasia, What Does It Mean to be Human and When Do Human Beings Begin.

  • CGK Journals: The Chronicles of God and His Kingdom – Journal 3 (FES Malaysia)

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    The Chronicles of God and His Kingdom (CGK) Journal

    Is a tool to help you see God’s unfolding story through the bible and allow His word to speak into your life. The purpose of this journal is to help you to DISCOVER GOD as you engage with Scripture. Where it is helpful, we have arranged the readings in a somewhat chronological sequence to help you make better sense of the biblical story as it plays out. This reading program will be divided into a series of 4 journals.

    Currently, 3 journals have been completed and are available to you:

    Journal 1:
    (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, Job)

    Journal 2: 
    (Joshua, Judges, Ruth, 1 & 2 Samuel, 1 & 2 Chronicles, Psalms, 1 Kings, Song of Songs, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes)

    Journal 3:
    (Obadiah, 2 Kings, Jonah, Isaiah, Amos, Micah, Hosea, Nahum, Zephaniah, Jeremiah, Habakkuk, Lamentations, Ezekiel, Joel, Daniel, Ezra, Haggai, Zechariah, Esther, Nehemiah, Malachi)

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    Journal 1
    Journal 2
    Journal 3

  • Christianity And The Social Order (Ng Kam Weng) 9786299769101

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    Tensions between various ethnic and religious communities arising from conflicting moral values and economic interests are an ever-present threat to the stability of contemporary plural societies. It is impossible for the church to ignore these tensions, simply because its members come from these conflicting communities. The church may be tempted to insulate itself from these tensions, but doing so would render her irrelevant to common society. Instead, the church has a duty to build bridges across communal divides and work towards the common good of society.

    This book draws theological insights from the Christian tradition to provide moral discernment and guidance for the church in its engagement with society. The significance of three theological themes are highlighted. First, the Christian understanding of common grace challenges Christians to forge alliances with fellow citizens across communal divides to foster broad-based social renewal movements to preserve the integrity and autonomy of democratic institutions against abusive authorities. Second, the Christian understanding that all humans are created in the image of God envisages a social order which provides equal justice and human rights to all citizens regardless of race or religion. Finally, Christians are able to provide distinctive contributions to social engagement based on an identity that is fundamentally defined by their relationship with Jesus Christ and by their shared membership in God’s covenant community. In particular, the church, as God’s covenant community, is uniquely able to nurture Christians to become morally robust citizens who are committed to building moral consensus and to work for the betterment of common society.
  • More Calvinistic Than Calvin? : Hardline Reformed Theology & the Malaysian Church (Hwa Yung, Lee Soo Tian, Lee Tat Yan & Lim Kar Yong) 9789670536897 – 2nd Printing

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    Reformed theology has a long and distinguished heritage in history. Its roots are traceable back to John Calvin of the 16th century Protestant Reformation. At its best, it has shaped a solid church tradition, built great universities like Geneva, Harvard, Yale and Yonsei, and produced famous theologians like Jonathan Edwards and J. I. Packer, and outstanding preachers like Charles Simeon and Martyn Lloyd-Jones.
    But just as tulips, the symbol of Reformed theology, come in a variety of colors, there is also great multiplicity within the Reformed tradition. Regretfully, some varieties have been marked by exclusivity and divisiveness. Recently, it appears that some with such views in the Malaysian church have caused serious divisions in some circles and much distress to those affected.
    These exponents of hardline Reformed theology insist that their position is more firmly rooted in the Bible than all other traditions, and that they possess the most or only adequate understanding of the gospel. What this book seeks to show is that this claim is not supported by plain scriptural teachings, and that aspects of hardline Reformed theology owe more to alien philosophical arguments than the Bible itself. This is the key issue. Furthermore, the exclusive and divisive manner in which these hardline views are being promoted sadly demonstrates a lack of respect for Christians of other traditions.
    This book calls on all Christians to find our faith on the solid rock of Scriptures and not false philosophies, to walk with humility and respect for each other’s traditions so long as we agree on the fundamentals, and to build a holy and united church together as we face the immense challenges before us. Soli DEO Gloria!


  • Revival in Ba’kelalan (Michelle Chan & Hwa Yung) 9789671932568 (Canaanland)

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    The story of how the message of Christ delivered the Lun Bawangs in Sarawak from becoming extinct as a people back in the 1930s was first told in Shirley Lee’s book Drunk Before Dawn (1979). God has continued to work His gracious and wonderful purposes among them through various revivals, culminating in the fourth, which was reported in the New Straits Times in December 1985. Today the Lun Bawangs are one of the strongest components of the Borneo Evangelical Mission church in Sarawak. But, for some inexplicable reason, the full story of the revivals has never been adequately told despite numerous attempts made.

    In November 2023, the churches in Ba’kelalan will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of the 1973 revival. It began with the outpouring of the Holy Spirit upon the churches there on the evening of 10 November. That was the second night of the visit of a team from Bario, where revival had broken out some weeks earlier. This book tells the story of what happened in 1973-74 and again in 1984-86, during which times God manifested His awesome power and glory to His people. And it leaves us with the question of what God may be saying through all these wonderful things to the church in Malaysia. The Ba’kelalan story invites us to discern His purposes together.

    From the Foreword by President Bina Agong, BEM/SIB Sarawak:
    “I experienced the 1973-74 revival when I was six years old. During the 1984-86 revival, I was already in my late teens and had the wonderful privilege of being personally involved and an eyewitness of some of the miraculous occurrence. All of this impacted me deeply and resulted in me offering myself to God as a full-time minister. As a first-hand witness, I am able to testify that what Michelle Chan and Hwa Yung have written are valid and accurate. This book will go a long way to strengthen the faith of readers who know God and are seeking to grow deeper in their faith and understanding of God’s awesome power and glory.”

  • Rushing Wind: The Bario Revival – A Malaysian Story (Lilian Bulan-Dorai, Solomon Bulan) 9786299870715 (WMS)

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    Lillian Bulan-Dorai and Solomon Bulan, among the firsthand witnesses of Malaysia’s 1973 Revival in Sarawak’s remote highland settlement of Bario, revisit in this book, Bario’s God-encounter, first documented in their 2004 account, The Bario Revival. You will find inspiring insights into their thoughts and experiences as the rushing wind of Revival blew across the Kelabit Highlands, nurturing and shaping their own faith walk.

    This is the book to read now, 50 years on, and at a crucial time in the history of the Malaysian church, as the nation struggles to forge a national identity. You will discover that revival begins with prayer, and revival begins with the individual. Want a God-change in your life? Read this book.