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Svenska Folkbibeln - 1998

Svenska Folkbibeln - 1998

Svenska Folkbibeln (Swedish People's Bible) is a contemporary translation of the Bible in Swedish. It was published in 1998. The Old Testament is a revised version of the official Swedish Bible translation from 1917, while the New Testament is a completely new translation. &#… Read more…

Svenska Folkbibeln - 2015

Svenska Folkbibeln - 2015

Svenska Folkbibeln 2015 (Swedish People's Bible) is a contemporary, conservative and fairly literal translation of the Bible in Swedish. It was first published in 1998 and then thoroughly revised in 2015. The Old Testament continues the tradition of the official Swedish Bible translation from 1917, while the New Testament is a complete… Read more…

The Swedish Atheist, the Scuba Diver and Other Apologetic Rabbit Trails

The Swedish Atheist, the Scuba Diver and Other Apologetic Rabbit Trails

by Randal Rauser

In the real world, we don't usually sit in lecture halls debating worldview issues in systematic arguments. Chances are that we're more likely to have haphazard, informal conversations over a latte in a coffee shop. Meet Randal Rauser, a Christian, and Sheridan, an atheist. Over the course of one caffeinated afternoon, they explore a range o… Read more…

The Meaning of Christian Liturgy: Recent Developments in the Church of Sweden

The Meaning of Christian Liturgy: Recent Developments in the Church of Sweden

by Oloph Bexell

The Church of Sweden is the largest Lutheran church body in the world, with 6.5 million members that represent about 70% of the Swedish population. The Meaning of Christian Liturgy illuminates and explains the changes that have occurred in the liturgy of the Church of Sweden from 1980 to 2000. In the process, this volume asks a number of questions of immense… Read more…

Going Down to the River

Going Down to the River

by Doug Seegers and Steve Eubanks

The astonishing story of a singer-songwriter living on the streets of Nashville who met Jesus, got sober, and found international stardom at the age of 62.Doug Seegers left New York for Nashville in search of every songwriter’s dream. When he didn’t find success, he fell into a state of loneliness that fed an addiction he had battled since adoles… Read more…