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Rose Publishing Company has long been one of my favorites. The company was started in 1991 by a Sunday School teacher and a public school teacher and has systematically expanded their line of charts, maps, and pamphlets. While the charts and maps are marketed primarily for classrooms, the pamphlets are well designed for individual use – in fact, they’re sized just right to slip inside the cover of your Bible. Greenleaf has just added 48 of the Rose pamphlets to our website. Here are the titles:
- How We Got the Bible
- Why Trust the Bible?
- 100 Prophecies Fulfilled by Jesus
- Bible Overview
- Bible Promises for Hope and Courage
- Bible Time Line
- Bible Translations Comparison
- Christ in the Old Testament
- Christ in the Passover
- Evidence for the Resurrection
- Feasts & Holidays of the Bible
- Life of the Apostle Paul
- Statue in the Book of Daniel
- The Gospels: “Lost” and Found
- The Lord’s Prayer
- The Tabernacle
- The Temple
- The Ten Commandments
- The Twelve Disciples
- Then & Now Bible Maps
- Women of the Bible: New Testament
- Women of the Bible: Old Testament
Here are some pamphlets on Biblical concepts & themes:
- Armor of God
- Fruit of the Spirit
- Names of God
- Names of Jesus
- Essential Doctrine Made Easy: Key Christian Beliefs
- Following Jesus
- Four Views of the End Times
- How to Study the Bible
- Pursuing Jesus
- The Trinity
In addition to the Bible reference pamphlets, there are several very nice pamphlets dealing with church history:
- Christian History Timeline
- Denominations Comparison
- Faith of American’s Founding Fathers: Famous Quotations
Finally, there are 13 pamphlets that summarize key issues in apologetics: comparing Christianity with various competing worldviews, religions, and cults:
- Answers to Evolution
- Creation and Evolution
- Atheism and Agnosticism: 10 Questions and Answers
- Christianity & Eastern Religions
- Christianity, Cults, & Religions
- Christianity, Cults, & the Occult
- Islam and Christianity
- Jehovah’s Witnesses: 10 Questions and Answers
- Magic, Spells & Divination: 10 Questions and Answers
- Mormonism: 10 Questions and Answers
- Worldviews Comparison
And finally, there are two pamphlets on Abstinence & Dating that are very concise & effective in communicating with young people:
Each of these pamphlets is only $3.99, and can be ordered directly from Greenleaf Press. We’ve set up a separate category for the Rose Reference Pamphlets, as well as including many of them in our Bible section.
The AP reports today on what amounts to the holy grail of paleontology: “a nearly complete dinosaur, skin and all.”
The fossil of a duck-billed dinosaur, found in 2004 in North Dakota, is being painstakingly extracted from the surrounding sandstone at the state museum in Bismarck. They’re working carefully and slowly because the fossil is not just of bone, it is of the entire carcass of the dinosaur.
Here’s the intriguing paragraph:
“Animal tissue typically decomposes quickly after death. Researchers say Dakota [the dinosaur] must have been buried rapidly and in just the right environment for the texture of the skin to be preserved.
‘The process of decay was overtaken by that of fossilization, preserving many of the soft-tissue structures,’ Manning said.”
What kind of an event would have caused a thirty-foot long dinosaur to be buried rapidly?
Class? class? anyone…?
Hint: It might have something to do with Ben Stein’s new movie, Expelled.
Of all people, Ben Stein (of Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and Win Ben Stein’s Money) has just completed an 18 month investigation of how the scientific community has ruthlessly and systematically blackballed any scientist who dared to question Darwinism.
He’s releasing a movie next February titled Expelled.
Here’s the teaser/trailer:
ZZ Top George Thorogood‘s blues guitar, Ben Stein, Intelligent Design . . . What’s not to like?
NB: Stein is not just a Hollywood celebrity, he graduated first in his class from Yale law school and was a speechwriter for both Presidents Nixon and Ford.
- Rob Shearer
Director, Schaeffer Study Center