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Christian Counter-culture

Turkish Title: Dağdaki Vaazın Mesajı

Original Title: Message of the Sermon on the Mount

Author: John Stott

Image "The followers of Jesus are to be different," writes John Stott, "different from both the nominal church and the secular world, different from both the religious and the irreligious." 

In this careful exposition of Jesus' Sermon on the Mount, John R. W. Stott accurately expounds the biblical text and relates it to life today. Above all, the author says, he wants to let Christ speak this sermon again, this time to the modern world.

What Happens When Love Comes Alive

Turkish Title: Sevgiyle Değişen Hayatlar

Original Title: Love is a Verb

Author: Gary Chapman

Image 39 inspiring true stories of lives changed by love with a "Love Lesson" written by Gary Chapman following each story demonstrating true love in action. 

These stories -- written by everyday people -- go straight to the hearts of readers, who often say that illustrations are the most effective parts of a book. The "Love Lessons" show readers how they can apply the same principles to their own relationships. 


Salvation Comes From the Lord

Turkish Title: Yunus - Kurtuluş Rab'den Gelir

Original Title: Jonah - Salvation Comes from the Lord""

Author: Kerem Koç

Image  "I highly recommend it ... I haven't seen a commentary that is as easy to read and understand as this." - Engin Duran, Pastor.

"It is my prayer that this book would be an example to others in being a crefully researched commentary which speaks to Turkish culture, rather than simply being a translation from a foreign language." - Car Kaisor, Pastor

"Kerem Koç's short commentary is a book that must be read... I recommend it." - Ken Wiest, Theologian 

Zacchaeus' Story Continues With Us

Turkish Title: Tanrı'yı Sabırla Beklemek

Original Title: Patience With God

Author: Tomas Halik

Image For all the debate about belief and nonbelief in today’s world—and how everyone becomes pigeonholed by one or the other— Tomáš Halík teaches that God requires us to persevere with our doubts, carry them in our hearts, and allow them to lead us to maturity. For Halík, patience is the main difference between faith and atheism. Faith, hope, and love are three aspects of patience in the face of God’s silence, which is interpreted as “the death of God” by atheists and is not taken seriously enough by fundamentalists.

A Guide to Battling Demons

Turkish Title: Kandırıldık

Translation of Title: We Were Duped

Author: Alexandra S. Koryürek

Image This book will make a lot of people very angry. Many of the things we do every day, either consciouly or unconsciously, put us under the influence of spiritual powers. Our enemy takes control of us sneakly, and often without our knowing it, and that is when the problems we face begin to increase.

Through this book you will learn about the personality of Satan, his tactics and why your soul is so important to him, and how you can wrest control back from him -- all from firm references in the Bible.


Turkish Title: Kurban - Kazanılan Kayıp Yıllar

Translation of Title: Sacrifice - Reclaiming the Lost Years

Author: M. Ali Şimşek

Image This is the story of a normal middle-class Turkish family, and the events that overtake them at the start of a new academic year, as Kurban Bayramı (the Sacrifice holiday) is drawing near.

Kaya, the father, is a civil servant, with left-wing leanings. Oya, the mother is an elementary school teacher. There are two children in the family: one at university (Bora) and one at high school (Derya).  When faced with the injustices of life in modern-day Turkey, good news is rare. When it does come, it surprises them all.

Christ Above All

Turkish Title: İbranilerin Mesajı

Original Title: The Message of Hebrews

Author: Raymond Brown

ImageTimes were hard for the first readers of the letter to the Hebrews. Many had been exposed to fierce persecution. They had been assaulted, their homes had been plundered, and some had even been cast into prison. To such people this letter came as an encouragement.

The writer of the letter turns their eyes to Christ, shows how he fulfills the hope expressed in the Old Testament sacrifices, and calls his readers to a steadfast faith that will take them through the hard times they now face.

The Day of the Lion

Turkish Title: Amos'un Mesajı

Original Title: The Message of Amos

Author: JA Motyer

Image  An exposition of the prophet Amos, in which his call to relevant faith is championed.

'Affluence, exploitation and the profit motive were the most notable features of the society which Amos observed and in which he worked.' 
With these words Alec Motyer exposes and explains the astonishingly relevant - but never popular - message of the prophet Amos.

The Lord our Help

Turkish Title: Kurtuluşun Mesajı

Original Title: The Message of Salvation

Author: Philip G Ryken

Image This book is about the best news the world has ever heard - the message of salvation. Salvation is a well-worn Christian term. We think we know what it means. But biblically speaking, salvation is one of those big terms that encircles a number of others, each of them reflecting a stunning facet of God's grace in Jesus Christ. 

Philip Ryken opens up God's saving message using the Bible's stories, sermons, letters and poems to explain its own theme of salvation. 

Easter - the Prince of Life

Turkish Title: Diriliş ve Yaşam Benim

Translation of Title: I am the Resurrection and the Life

Author: Banu Çelik

Image This book explains the truths of Easter. Death meets people as a shadow that they cannot escape from. Is man's destiny just this - death?  

However there is one who can break this vicious circle: Jesus Christ. He came from on high to dwell among us in order to taste death and to destroy death. He descended to the very root of the problem of death, our sin. He died on the cross as "the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world."